3 Practical Ways to Flatten the Curve

By , | May 27th, 2020|

As cities and businesses across Texas reopen, we still need to work together to continue to flatten the curve and protect the vulnerable populations from COVID-19. But with so much information out there, it can be overwhelming to know what steps we should continue to take. We talked with Dr. David Harms, and he gave [...]

Making a Difference at Park Nursing Home

By , | May 26th, 2020|

Wally and Martha Helton are leaders of the Park Nursing Home Partner Team at Chase Oaks. They are dedicated to making a difference in our community by caring for seniors. The team calls bingo and provides companionship to some of the residents who don’t have family or visitors. They got involved when they served with [...]

How to Find Peace in a Crazy World

By , Woodbridge Campus Student Pastor| May 24th, 2020|

Peace—a five-letter word that means so much to so many people. It is what most of us, in some capacity, wake up every morning and strive to attain, whether we realize it or not. Some of us achieve it. To others, those five letters feel as hard to grasp as the wind or as fleeting [...]

Chase Oaks Church’s Chinese Ministry Is Here For Good

By , Contributing Writer| May 19th, 2020|

It’s a part of Detroit a lot of people try to avoid. Block after block of abandoned houses, not much more than brick piles, the definition of urban decay. But shining bright in some of those battered neighborhoods are a handful of well-kept homes filled with blue-collar families breathing life back into Southwest Detroit. Families [...]

Bad Theology Is Dangerous in a Pandemic

By , Senior Pastor| May 19th, 2020|

Bad theology is dangerous, as dangerous as any virus, and it seems to spread more quickly. That’s why the apostle John said we have to “test the spirits” to see if our thinking is aligned with God’s Spirit or the spirit of this age (1 John 4:1). Bad theology dishonors God, stains the reputation of [...]

The Next Few Months for Your Group

By , Groups Pastor| May 15th, 2020|

Now that restrictions are starting to ease in Texas, every business, industry, organization, and type of gathering is grappling with what the road ahead looks like and what the “new normal” will be, including our church and your small group. In some ways, small groups might seem like the easiest or most logical place to [...]