3 C’s of Building Your Crew

By , Communications Resident| January 30th, 2020|

As we get older, we realize that our friendships and the people who surround us matter more than ever. It’s even funny to think that, as we age, the number of people we choose to be around decreases dramatically. Can you think of people who you know but only on a surface level? What about [...]

How We Can Create Healthy Habits

By , Contributing Writer| January 26th, 2020|

Understanding Habits Habits, we all got them and many we may want to change. The first step to change is understanding the animal—habit—itself.  And a great way to understand the nature of habits is to do some research. To better understand how to create healthy habits, I recommend reading The Power of Habit by Charles [...]

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#LoveDoesTheUnexpected Opportunity Fund Helps the Homeless Community

By , Communications Pastor| January 22nd, 2020|

Last fall, Chase Oaks Church challenged everyone to think big about creative ways to show others how #LoveDoesTheUnexpected. After receiving some incredible ideas of how to love our community, a few were picked, and people received grants to make them happen. Check out the story of one young girl that used the #LoveDoesTheUnexpected Opportunity Fund [...]

Seven Characteristics of a Wise Leader

By , Executive Pastor| January 19th, 2020|

Most of us are leaders in some area of our lives—at work, home, or church. And as leaders, it is important for us to lead ourselves and others well. We want to be leaders that inspire others to make our vision a reality, but we also want to help others live into the vision God [...]

Five Community Events to Celebrate MLK Day 2020

By , Copy Editor| January 14th, 2020|

As one of the most influential and inspiring leaders in our nation’s history, Martin Luther King, Jr., was a minister and civil rights activist that greatly impacted race relations in our country. Drawing upon his faith, King organized peaceful protests and delivered inspirational speeches, bringing messages of love, hope, and equality to all. His “I [...]

Five Fears That Keep Us From Our Potential

By , Communications Resident| January 12th, 2020|

“New Year, New Me!” This is how we enter every year, hoping that something will happen so that we can finally start being the person we want to be. But what happens? Months go by and nothing changes. Finally, by June, we’re already looking to the next year to be the year for change! Why [...]