One Spoken Word – Dillon Chase

Dillon Chase initially came onto the scene out of Denton TX. To summarize the driving force behind making music Dillon says; I desire that my music glorifies God, builds up believers, and evangelizes the lost. He started rapping at the age of 14 in 1999, making every effort to grow in his craft. Originally a product of a home ridden with parents who struggled with alcohol and drug addiction, Dillon was destined for a life of struggling. But in 2004, by Gods grace-Dillon recognized the importance of the redeeming blood of Christ to pay the price for his sin. He turned from serving his own selfish ambitions and submitted to the will of God. Six years later the grace of God showed evidence in his parents life as well.
Overtime Dillon began to use his gifts as a way to create a platform to proclaim the gospel. In early 2007,Dillons life of servitude was seen and acknowledged through fellow Christians Lecrae and Sho Baraka, thus inviting him to be a part of the 116 Clique project 13 Letters. Currently Dillon continues to produce holy lyrics with a style and flare all his own, emphasizing being a walking testimony off the stage as well as on the stage, of Gods glory and redemptive power.
In September of 2008 Dillon signed with Kingdom City Records and released two projects with them; The Pursuit and Pause. Coupling his passion as a minister/street evangelist with Stand Out Ministries, Dillon grew exponentially as an artist, husband and father. Featured on such albums as the 13 Letters Compilation produced by Reach Records and Sho Barakas debut album Turn My Life Up, Dillon has nationwide exposure and nationwide acclaim. Although he receives accolades and applause for his music; he fights to remain humble, resting in the shadow of Jesus Christ perfect work on the cross. Initially releasing The Pursuit regionally to much acclaim Dillon Chase was later able to reach a national audience with the national re-release of the project. With his dirty south bangers, smooth contemporary cuts, and amazing lyricism, it proves to be a thought evoking, passion building collection of songs. The video for the single Walk Worthy featuring Tedashii reached thousands with a message to please God in private and public life.
Dillon Chase is currently touring with Stand Out Ministries in various cities along with ministering in his local body, and prisons in the state of Oklahoma.

DYC Session 2

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SPEAKER: CLAYTON KING

For over thirty-three years, Clayton King has been preaching the gospel all over the world. A native of South Carolina, Clayton mapped out the beginnings of Crossroads Summer Camp (our very first event) in his college dorm room. Over twenty years later, Clayton King Ministries has expanded into a multi-faceted para-church organization that serves students, church leaders, and congregations across the United States. He has also written several books and studies, including Stronger, The True Love Project, Overcome, and Grounded.

Clayton lives in Anderson, South Carolina and mostly spends his time traveling, preaching and speaking at churches, conferences, and leadership events. He is husband to Sharie and father to two sons, Jacob and Joseph. He loves good books, black coffee, four-wheelers, traveling, and anything that gets him outside and in the woods.

Digital Youth Camp

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We have been enjoying our Summer Wednesdays and understand that a lot of this season has been touch and go.

MIDDLE SCHOOL SUMMER

Our friends at DIGITAL YOUTH CAMP have provided a way for us to safely gather, wherever that may be, and hear from NATIONALLY KNOWN Camp Speakers and Leaders that care about STUDENTS. Our Wednesdays will be jam packed with content prepared for THIS TIME and YOUR STUDENT in mind.

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Oakwood Middle School Summer Trips Announcement

Hey Oakwood Middle School Parents and Friends,

First of all, WE MISS YOU!  

This has been a time of LONG WAITING and FEAR of the UNKNOWN. 

With all these things considering, we miss meeting together and doing community in our “NORMAL” way.  

We sent out an email mid-April asking for camp/mission trip interest planning for the best, and hoping that we would still be able to participate and serve this summer.  Our Oakwood Leadership has considered the restrictions for our groups, listened to health officials, as well as considered your comfort level during this time.  In doing that, for your safety, we have taken slow steps in our gatherings and come to a decision for our Student and Children trips for the Summer.  

Unfortunately, we are stepping out of our Middle School Camp and Middle School Mission Trip this Summer, due the instability of the future with the COVID-19 and social distancing requirements.  With the timelines and  phases given to us by our government, we believe it is wise to step out of our “normal” and prepare for the “new normal.”  These steps may take longer than expected during these unprecedented times. 

For more details regarding those already registered, please email Tiffany.Lenz@oakwoodnb.com.  

Stay tuned for some other options we are currently looking into in the Summer months.  We have some Digital Camp ideas and will be watching for safe gathering options during the Summer. 

In Christ,

Pastor Brandon 

Middle School Pastor
Oakwood Church 

OSM BBQ Summer Trips Fundraiser

We Have Rudy’s BBQ Fundraiser Packets during our OSM Weekly Meetings or in the Office.

BBQ Fundraiser Details

  • For every ticket you sell for $8 you get $5 credit towards mission trip or camps in 2020
  • Anyone that donates money but doesn’t buy a ticket is directly donating to your trip expense. 100% of their donation goes to you
  • You can only check out 1 packet of 20 tickets at a time.
  • You MUST sign out each packet you take. 1 signature = 1 packet
  • All money, packets, and remaining tickets are due back on March 22nd.
  • Make sure to write your name on the packet prior to turning it in.
  • These are TO GO lunches and must be picked up on Sunday March 29th from 10:30am – 12:30pm at the Oakwood Kitchen.