Finding Strength in God Through the Gospel

By , College Ministry Resident| April 29th, 2020|

It's been a couple of weeks since COVID-19 wildly disrupted our lives. For some of us, the virus means we can no longer compete in x or fulfill y. Others have been forced to relocate, and probably, most of us have struggled to find a daily rhythm of work/school/devotion (as I have). Additionally, many of [...]

7 Ways the Armor of God Can Protect Your Children Right Now

By , KidzKlub Director| April 16th, 2020|

During these uncertain times, we believe that if our children aren’t being prepared, then they are unprepared. As parents, we feel like it is crucial to equip our children (and ourselves) with the armor of God. In Ephesians 6:13-17, the Apostle Paul writes: “Therefore put on the full armor of God, so that when the [...]

Online Resources for Children During Coronavirus Closures

By , | March 19th, 2020|

What a crazy couple of weeks it has been as circumstances continue to change on a daily basis. Although there is a lot of uncertainty in our community and culture right now, Chase Oaks Church wants to work with you to create a new normal for our families. We want to bring messages of hope [...]

Four Family-Friendly Spring Break Events in Our Community

By , Contributing Writer| March 5th, 2020|

Spring Break is just around the corner! Do you have any plans? Whether you’re a parent needing to entertain your kids or just looking for something fun to do with them, we know it can be tough finding activities! Here are just a few spring break events in our community for you to consider! Spring [...]

Overcoming Student Debt

By , Contributing Writer| February 25th, 2020|

Student debt has made its way down to Generation Z! In 2019, Forbes Magazine showed that in the U.S. alone there were 45 million people who owed over $1.5 trillion in student loan debt! Having a college education, nowadays, has placed a hurdle on us as individuals as we try to face adulthood while overcoming [...]

Next Gen Summer Camps 2020 at Chase Oaks Church

By , Contributing Writer| February 16th, 2020|

For parents, one of the hardest things to compete with is technology. Our children and teens are spending more and more time on screens, and we are always trying to figure out ways to decrease screen time and increase connection and fun (without a device). Well, at Chase Oaks Church, we have a couple of [...]

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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 [...]

Four Ways to Be Content in the New Year

By , Contributing Writer| December 29th, 2019|

We’ve all been there, daydreaming about what life would be like if ______, whether that’s getting a job promotion, a future spouse, having children, or moving to a different city. We all have a “what if” in our heads that keep us from being content and fully present in where we’re at right now. How [...]

What Is Hope?

By , Contributing Writer| December 5th, 2019|

We live in an inauthentic society. Social media has paved the way for people to show only their best selves online while saving their imperfections for themselves. What once was a platform for sharing and connecting with others has quickly become a place that fuels comparison and the need to be perfect. What I’ve noticed, [...]

Three Struggles of the Boomerang Generation

By , Contributing Writer| November 14th, 2019|

“Congratulations you’ve just graduated college, what are you going to do now?!” If you’re anything like me, your response would be “moving home!” Society calls us the “Boomerang Generation.” If leaving college wasn’t hard enough, I’ve noticed three struggles most people face when moving home post-graduation. Student Debt Student debt is the number one cause [...]