Frontline is an auditioned team of OCC students, led by Ozark's Isaac Schade.
As an educational tool for students, Frontline provides unparalleled training experience for worship leadership and pastoral ministry. Members rehearse each week and lead together in OCC's weekly chapel service.
The musicianship, teamwork, and spiritual maturity required for Frontline are tremendous building blocks for vocational ministry. Team members also work with the latest audio and video production equipment and gain valuable experience in worship leading.
Frontline Collective writes worship music from our community, for our community and yours. Use these free resources in your church.
Meet Your Frontline Leadership
Isaac serves Ozark Christian College as a professor, chapel minister, and Frontline director. His wife, Maggie, a proud Texan, is the community impact minister at nearby Christ's Church of Oronogo. Isaac and Maggie have two children, Paxton and Poppy. Isaac is a rabid North Carolina Tar Heels basketball fan, thoroughly enjoys watching movies and TV, and loves things from his hometown of Atlanta, like Coke, Chick-fil-A, and the Braves.
Matt leads OCC’s Worship and Creative Arts Department, where he has taught for 15 years in the areas of music, worship leadership, technical arts, and the Psalms. Matt is married to Joy, who teaches ESL at Joplin High School. Their son, Aaron, is in his second year of medical school in Joplin, and son Ethan is a senior at John Brown University, where he’s studying to be a band director. Matt enjoys running, biking, hiking, camping, stargazing, playing board games, and building things out of wood.