Personal

If you have ever felt confused about how prayer is supposed to work or frustrated that God sometimes feels distant, join us for our next sermon series, “Personal: God’s Invitation to an Intimate Conversation.” This series will answer many of our questions about prayer and build our confidence regarding our relationship with God. Join us …

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A Present Problem

At this time of year, it’s easy to feel pulled in every direction—there are trips to take, meals to make, people to meet, and obligations to fulfill. All of this running around can make it hard to feel fully present anywhere or with anyone. While there are unique challenges, this season offers each of us …

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Celebrating 10 Years in Ethiopia

10 years ago, we began an initiative in Ethiopia to work alongside indigenous leadership to plant churches and to bring holistic ministry to northern Ethiopia. From the beginning, our goal was to create self-sustaining ministries. And now, through God’s grace and the generosity of Chase Oakers, 135 churches have been planted, a school has been …

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Life Hacks

Life Hacks: A Study of the Book of James The book of James is probably the most practical book in the entire New Testament. It deals directly with the things we face every day. Whether it’s issues like trials and struggles, the way we talk to one another, or the way we should behave in …

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Wayfinder

Navigating relationships can be confusing as we try to make our way through some of the biggest relationship issues we face. But there is hope that we can experience deep connections and meaningful relationships with others. Together, we will explore God’s Word to find wisdom in marriage, singleness, and parenting to help us build healthy …

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Don’t Go It Alone

It’s safe to say that we all need other people around us to live life with. And, most of us could really use deeper relationships than we currently enjoy. During the weekend services of August 10-12, each campus will have many opportunities for you to get connected to a group that would be a great …

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Livin’ Large: Resilient Love and Outrageous Joy

The pace and pressures of life can make it hard for us to experience joy. Oftentimes, our difficult circumstances weigh us down, causing us to feel discouraged, disengaged, and disappointed. But what if we could experience joy despite our circumstances? What if we could look beyond life’s pressures to find the life we were truly …

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Boost

Some people have the ability to encourage, inspire, and spur others on to success. We all love those kinds of people. They make everyone else better. Many of us have had encouragers like that help us on our own journey. “Boost” will help us become that type of individual for the people in our lives. …

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Radiate

We all want to leave the world a better place by making a positive impact in our world and in the lives of those around us. But how much influence do we really have? Most of us don’t feel that powerful or that we have that much to offer. The truth is, however, we are …

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Meaning in the Mundane

Are you in a season of life where nothing exciting is happening? Do you want to accomplish something extraordinary, but you feel like you keep coming up short? When we think about our calling, we have the expectation that the road will be filled with heroic moments and triumphs. But sometimes, the road is filled …

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Glad You Asked

After compiling thousands of survey results, “Glad You Asked” will cover the most common issues and questions raised by Chase Oaks Church. We will be discussing topics such as the end times, the Holy Spirit, Satan and demons, engaging a crazy culture, forgiveness, and doubt. This series is going to be super interesting. You won’t …

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Easter at Chase Oaks

It’s easy to get discouraged by what happens in the world and in our personal lives. But Easter is proof that God brings life from death, and through Jesus, God is making all things new.

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The Greatest Love of All

During the “honeymoon phase,” we experience emotional highs that make it easy to love others such as our spouse when we first get married or our boss when we get a new job. But what happens when we have been married for 10 years or when our boss becomes demanding? In the darkest hour of …

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Enjoy Responsibly: A Study in Ecclesiastes

Our world and our lives are filled with both beauty and ugliness, purpose and insignificance. We search for meaning and lasting fulfillment, which often leads to frustration and cynicism. Knowing how to navigate our world and lives can be tricky. Ecclesiastes shows us how to avoid pitfalls, lead a life of meaning, and enjoy the …

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Pick One

How can we make good decisions? There are so many choices, so much conflicting advice. How do we know what God wants for us? How do we make the right choice? Pick One: The Art of Decision-Making is a five-week sermon series where you’ll learn about how to stay connected with God, how to seek …

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More Like Love

In a divided world where we see so much hate and hostility, we forget what real love looks like. We may even forget how to show real love to others. Because the world is running low on love, we are called to show others the love that Jesus showed throughout His ministry.

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