In our lives, there will be times when we blow it, and everything seems to fall apart. We might get stuck in our shame, unable to move forward. But no matter how much we mess up, there is a way we can come out stronger on the other side.
In a divisive world, love can feel like a battlefield, making our relationships (and social media) difficult to navigate. But in the Bible, Paul shows us how we can choose to love others in ways that will transform our relationships and world.
Our culture seems to be all about "more": more experiences, more stuff, do more, be more, have more. God also wants more for us but in a very different way. The reality of Easter proves that God offers us more of the things that really matter like love, hope, and purpose. Join us this Easter [...]
If you are praying for peace, you can find it. If you are longing for hope, it’s here. Even in the midst of our busy lives, we can rediscover the magic and wonder of Christmas. Join us at Chase Oaks Church for an unforgettable evening of singing and celebration that will be fun for the [...]
After you say, “I do,” you go on an adventure of a lifetime to start your happily ever after. And sometimes, it isn’t quite what you expected. But if you make the choice to follow through with the promise of “I do,” marriage can be a beautiful gift that brings so much joy and love. [...]
Commitment. Marriage. “I do.” These are scary words for a lot of us. They might bring up the pain of past failed relationships or our parents’ failed marriages. Marriage may seem like a big risk, but God designed it to be a big gift. To fully experience this gift, there are a few steps we [...]
It is easy to surround ourselves with people who look like us, think like us, and act like us. This is especially true for Christ-followers and the church. We tend to live in a Christian bubble, afraid of the world and the dark. But Jesus encourages us to get out of our comfort zone. He [...]
We are a salad, not a soup. The world is filled with beautiful people of various races and ethnicities. Like our world, God created the church to be a multi-ethnic community where we love one another. But building a multi-ethnic community isn’t easy in today’s culture. And it takes more than valuing diversity—we must embrace [...]
It can be overwhelming and confusing when we step into a church for the first time. We might wonder if we are wearing the right clothes, if someone will be there to guide us, or if we will fit in. At Chase Oaks, we want to make church easy by creating an environment that is [...]
In recent years, the conversation around sexual orientation has become highly sensitive in our culture and in the church. No matter what side of the issue we are on, it is important to understand what the Bible says about sexuality. As many of us grapple with reconciling our faith and our sexuality, we might wonder, [...]