Neighborhood Leads Bring Connection and Community

By , | August 25th, 2020|

When Sarah and Vince Inatomi were looking for a house in 2017, they were passionate about making it into a loving home that is welcoming and encouraging. They landed about five minutes away from the Legacy Campus and loved the diversity in the area. Vince and Sarah prayed over their new house and asked God [...]

3 Ways to Include Your Neighbors to Be Here For Good

By , Contributing Writer| July 15th, 2020|

The past few months have taught many of us how to be patient in uncertainty and how to love one another well. At Chase Oaks, we want to be here for good in our community. So, we have launched the Here For Good movement to love our neighbors well and invite those around us to be here for [...]

Chalk Attacks: Using Chalk to Fight Fear With Faith

By , | May 3rd, 2020|

Our family is always trying to find ways to thank the teachers and staff at our kids’ school. One of the most meaningful ways is when we “chalk attack” the sidewalks with positive messages and pretty pictures. We’ve been doing these chalk attacks for years, but it seems now that COVID-19 has affected the world, [...]

Five Family-Friendly New Year’s Eve Activities

By , Contributing Writer| December 27th, 2019|

2020 is almost here! Does your family have plans to kick off the new year together? Watch the ball drop together with some appetizers and sparkling juice? Or how about eating black-eyed peas out the wazoo? Maybe that’s just my family. Whatever you decide to do, we want to know you’re kicking off the new [...]

Three Simple Ways to Spread the Love This Christmas

By , Contributing Writer| December 20th, 2018|

As the season of Advent comes to an end, it is time to take a deep breath and experience the joy of Christmas, a joy for all. One way to experience joy is to spread the love this Christmas. As we show love to others, our hearts will be filled with joy. Even though you [...]

Four Ways to Connect with Our Neighbors on Halloween

By , Contributing Writer| October 26th, 2018|

Whether you love Halloween or cannot wait for it to be over, it is a great night we can connect with our neighbors. What other day do we go knocking door-to-door without any awkwardness? What other day are most of the neighbors and their children running around the block at the same time? Rather than [...]

Q Commons 2018: The Power of We

By , Legacy Campus Adult Ministry Pastor| October 2nd, 2018|

What Is Q Commons? Q Commons is a two-hour event that connects national and local leaders to neighbors and friends in your community for a conversation on how we can advance good thinking, action, and virtue in a tumultuous culture. Q Commons is known for doing more than just asserting opinions. It is known for [...]

Loving My Neighborhood

By , Contributing Writer| June 27th, 2018|

What Is Love? When we think of ways to impact our neighborhood, we should think about how to love our neighbors. But what is love? How do you define love? Is it a feeling? An emotional response to a given stimulus? When your mouth is full of your favorite dessert, it is dripping down your [...]

Neighboring in the Summer: Shade or Shine

By , External Ministries Pastor| June 20th, 2018|

At Chase Oaks Church, we’ve talked a lot about the art of neighboring--basically, being a good neighbor. The kind of neighbor that everyone in the neighborhood knows is friendly, caring, and hospitable. The ones that seem to always be the instigators of neighborhood gatherings whether around special holidays or random events. The neighbor everyone knows [...]

How to Neighbor During the Christmas Season

By , External Ministries Pastor| November 30th, 2017|

The Christmas “season” spans a length of time that seems to change depending with whom you are talking. We all know the people who love the fact that lights and decorations go up, and Christmas music about Jesus’ birth and sleigh rides begins well before that “other” holiday near the end of November. There are [...]