Ozark United Methodist Church

Ozark United Methodist Church

Weekly sermons from the Ozark United Methodist Church in Ozark, Missouri. Pastor Jacob Schneider.... Show More

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September 23, 2020 33 min

This week, we're digging into Romans 8, what we add to scripture that turns it into bad theology, how we are to live as example of God's love for his sinful people, and more. Join us!

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This week, Pastor Jacob Schneider continues our "Tale of Two Cities" sermon series. Our scripture reading comes from Romans 8: 1-4.

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This week, we're reflecting on our sermon from last Sunday and living into our identity in Christ in the midst of a broken & divisive time.

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This week, Pastor Jacob Schneider continues our September series "A Tale of Two Cities". Today's sermon discusses our identity in Christ and includes readings from 1 Corinthians chapters 1 and 12.

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This week, we're discussing Pastor Jacob Schneider's sermon from last Sunday regarding how we understand our freedoms as Christians.

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This week, Pastor Jacob Schneider begins a new sermon series titled "A Tale of Two Cities". This week's scripture reading comes from Galatians 5: 1-6.

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This week, we're discussing the Youth ministry at Ozark United Methodist Church with Youth Ministry Director Melissa Vigneaux.

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This week, the OUMC Youth lead the service.

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This week, we're asking questions and digging into the mission and vision for student and family ministry at Ozark United Methodist Church, as Mike outlined for us this past Sunday.

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This week, Family Ministry Director Mike Randle lays out the mission and vision for family ministry in the church.

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This week, we're wrapping up our thoughts on the Old Testament book of Nehemiah. Join us!

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This week, Pastor Jacob Schneider concludes our sermon series focused on the book of Nehemiah.

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This week, we're discussing our sermon from last Sunday based on Nehemiah chapter 2, talking about last Sunday's prayer walk, and looking ahead to this Sunday when we finish our sermon series on Nehemiah.

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This week, Pastor Jacob Schneider continues to take a look at the book of Nehemiah and how we go about the Lord's work of building His kingdom. The scripture reference is Nehemiah 2:17-20.

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This week, we're reflecting on Pastor Jacob Schneider's sermon from last Sunday, dealing with Nehemiah chapter 1 and how we can apply it toward rebuilding the church after the events of the past few months.

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This week, Pastor Jacob Schneider begins a new sermon series looking at how we rebuild in our current times. This week's scripture reading comes from Nehemiah 1.

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This week, we're taking a look back at our final sermon in the "Starting Over" series, this time regarding prayer. We're also taking a look ahead to our next sermon series on Nehemiah.

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This week, Pastor Jacob Schneider wraps up our July sermon series "Starting Over" by talking about prayer.

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This week, we're discussing Pastor Jacob Schneider's sermon from Sunday regarding Communion and looking ahead to the different service options available for worshiping together this coming Sunday.

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This week, Pastor Jacob Schneider is discussing the Eucharist as part of our July "Starting Over" sermon series. Grab your own communion elements and join us!

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