Our Mission is to supply experiences, tools and resources that equip a person's journey through life.
There is a emphasis on young to old; from ages 8-88 where we utilize Fish and Cross Ranch to create experiences true Cowboy adventures while building in biblical training as the foundation for sharing the Code of the West. The Code in and of itself provides a baseline of values that starts the process of refining an individuals own Code of Conduct.
OFC utilizes a Life Journey curriculum that has been developed over the last eight years through cooperation with churches and Christian organizations at youth camps, focus groups and retreats held at the ranch.
We offer 4 different programs including:
Foundation Series: (8-12 year olds) This focuses on building core foundations around their faith and their relationship to their Heavenly Father.
Developmental Series: (13-18 year olds) This is about understanding the concepts of “identity in Christ” and how to live for that brand.
Launch Series: (18-24 year olds) This series focuses on providing tools for young adults to grow in their understanding of who God says they are and enable them to walk confidently in their personal identity rooted in Christ.
Mentorship Series: (25-88 year olds) This series focuses on understanding where a person’s life is inside of the larger story that God writing. This enables a person to help understand why they respond to life they way they do and how to begin to write their own story aligned to God’s.
Beyond these programs, we invite families to push pause on overly-busy lives and embrace time with God and their family while they do life as the Cowboy did.
OFC uses a combination of the Cowboy Code of the West intertwined with Biblical concepts and engagement models that parents can use with their children and that children can use through each stage of their lives.
Culturally, we have lost the deep values and codes of conduct that are woven throughout the Bible. OFC exists to be the Outfitting Guides for families and youth to find their way back to what was lost and then integrate that into their lives going forward.