Church is more than a
place to attend, it’s
a place to belong.
Our corporate worship is not for show or accolades, but simply an overflow of our hearts out of gratitude for what Jesus has done for us. As wholehearted followers of Christ, we strive to bring glory to Him even through our brokenness, because it’s in our weakness that His strength is made known. As we sing the words to these theologically rich songs, our minds are filled with the goodness and glory of God in such a way that our hearts can’t help but swell in response to all that He has accomplished on the cross on our behalf.
May Jesus be praised!
How God is changing lives
at Oak Grove Church
“When I think about it, recovery isn’t what I have experienced, it’s transformation. Getting involved in the ministry of Next Steps really opens the door to proclaim the name of Christ, to share that love and experience with someone, to help bring them through the fire; that’s why I do this.”
“God used my marriage and a couple of back to back tragedies that got me to seek the Lord…and through those situations it taught me patience and how to seek the Lord through the pain. If it wasn’t for the support of my wife and my men’s group, there’s no telling where I would be at right now.”
“I always felt like I didn’t have a place until I got involved in community. But I didn’t want to get involved because I thought they’d put me down. I’ve grown up with a wall keeping me away from everybody. The whole group just started breaking that wall down, loving me for me, and it made all the difference in the world.”
We firmly believe that the Bible is inspired by God, is inerrant (without error), and is sufficient for understanding how to please, glorify and and properly represent God in this present life regardless of our circumstances. The Creator of the universe took personal responsibility and care to reveal himself to us and provide for us the Bible as the system of knowledge by which human experience can be understood, defined, evaluated, and helps. The Bible speaks to all of the human experience and serves as authoritative decrees from God to live as he designed.
“The Christian ideal has not been tried and found wanting. It has been found difficult; and left untried.” ~ G.K. Chesterton