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Coach Freeze Inspires Oxonians at OUUMC Lenten Luncheon

As part of the Oxford University United Methodist Church (OUUMC) 2016 Lenten Luncheon Series, Ole Miss head football coach Hugh Freeze spoke to a large crowd about “God’s plan for you.”

Freeze was introduced by Matt Luke, co-offensive coordinator and offensive line coach for the Ole Miss football program.

With over 200 Oxonians representing various churches in Oxford, Freeze told the crowd that he worries every day about giving his best in leading young men. He told them how God’s plan for his life and his family has been great, and it has been a joy.

“God has a specific plan for your life, live out where you are in Christ,” Freeze said.

Screen Shot 2016-03-02 at 2.20.05 PMThe OUUMC Lenten Luncheon series, which began on Feb. 17 with speaker Rabbi Micah Greenstein, boasts a new speaker each Wednesday at noon in the activities center of the church. The series will continue through March 16.

Audio recordings of previous speakers of the 2016 Lenten Luncheon series can be found by visiting OUUMC’s website at http://www.ouumc.org.


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