Resources

Small Groups come in a variety of shapes and sizes.  Small Groups are also unique in needs, passions, outlook and perspective.  Therefore it is Oak Hills desire to equip and support all leaders.  Some groups need deep bible study, some are bible-beginners, some want to get out and serve their community, some  provide a safe place for healing and some want to focus on those not at the table. We are here to help.  Look at resources below or send us and email with your questions.

Leader resources:

  • Coaching: You can also contact your Small Group Minister or Coach for suggestions or coaching support for what is best for your group.
  • Online How-to: Here are some tools and tips for groups that are meeting online.
  • RightNow Media account: 
    • Suggested Small Group Studies: Link
    • Request an invitation: Link
  • Study resources: Please look at the group study resources below. Most are aligned with the Oak Hills Church sermon series.


Series Title: Faith With A Limp


Cheater. Struggler. Stumbler. Fighter. Struggler. Limper. That’s Jacob, son of Isaac, father of tribes, patriarch. If you’re looking for a hero, you could find someone with a better resume than Jacob. But if you’re looking for someone to identify with, Jacob might fit the bill. His life reminds us: God uses flawed people. But God doesn’t abandon us to our flawed condition; he will shape us in order to use us for good. And that is good news.

Series Title: Known For


What if Oak Hills Church decided to close its doors tomorrow? Would our community ask us to reconsider? Would they even notice? For far too long the Church has been known for what we’re against. It’s time to be known for what we are for.

Series Title: Love Out Loud


The day before Jesus died, he gave one more command to his followers: “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” (John 13:34-35 NIV)

Series Title: Cleaning House


Cleaning house is probably not your idea of the perfect day. The problem is, if we don’t clean, we quickly find ourselves in a big mess. Like our homes, cars, and offices our hearts and minds tend to accumulate junk that isn’t necessarily helpful or good. We can’t grow closer to God and become more like Jesus when our hearts are cluttered and dirty. To reclaim freedom, we need to critically examine the condition of our soul and get rid of the habits and attitudes that weigh us down and rob us of the love, joy, and peace God intends for his children. We do this by inviting Jesus to clean house, to search our hearts and minds, and do what only he can: get rid of the junk and reclaim freedom.

Series Title: First Things First


As the new year begins, 2021 brings a chance to start fresh. Did you know that the gospel offers us the best second chance, any time of the year? With the hope of Jesus comes the ultimate do over. If you could use a Do Over or just need to be encourage with gospel truth as you start 2021, then be sure to join us on the weekend of January 2/3.

Series Title: Searching for Springtime


Join us for our 12-week study through the Book of Esther this fall, September 12/13 - November 28/29. Together, we’ll be Searching for Springtime.

Series Title: Living Courageously


Will you answer the call to courage? Will you live courageously? We encourage you to engage with this study throughout our series, August 15 - September 6, 2020.

Series Title: Colossians


As we study Paul’s letter to the church at Colossae, we will explore the true nature of Jesus as both Creator and Redeemer. Through this study we’ll be affirmed in the divinity of Jesus and find rest as we lean into the sufficiency of Jesus.

Series Title: Moment by Moment


Oak Hills Church has provided a five week Study Sheet resource for our Moment by Moment sermon series. In this study, we'll discover how following Jesus requires our willingness to hear from God and speak to him. We'll learn how engaging in spiritual practices provides the opportunity for us to gain a fresh perspective from God’s vantage point. We encourage you to engage with this study throughout our series, April 19 - May 17, 2020. Link to Study Sheet - coming soon

God's Great Grace


Though each of us is sin-ridden and lost, God provides a way back to righteousness. God doesn’t condone our sin, nor does he compromise his standard. He doesn’t ignore our rebellion, nor does he relax his demands. Rather than dismiss our sin, he assumes our sin and, incredibly, sentences himself. God’s holiness is honored. Our sin is punished. And we are redeemed. This is God’s great grace. God is still God. Join us in this seven-week study through the Book of Romans as we ponder the incomparable, indescribable achievement of God that reaches every human soul.

Follow Me


Follow Me: A sermon series on walking with Jesus Jesus called the disciples, and he's calling you. Follow Me is a foundational discipleship series looking at what it means to follow Jesus moment by moment. We'll study the gospels and dive into the experiences of his disciples. 8 weeks, Jan. 5 thru Feb. 23 https://oakhillschurch.com/followme

Lost and Found


God’s family is like a “lost and found.” A collection box for items that have fallen out of ownership: lost and hopefully found. When an item is separated from its possessor, it is placed in a container, a bin, a basket or on a shelf, until it can be reclaimed.

Prodigal God (Tim Keller)


Taking his trademark intellectual approach to understanding Christianity, Timothy Keller uncovers the essential message of Jesus, locked inside his most familiar parable. Within that parable, Jesus reveals God’s prodigal grace toward both the irreligious and the moralistic. This book will challenge both the devout and skeptics to see Christianity in a whole new way.

Missional Community


Christians everywhere are asking big questions about what it means to follow Jesus, how their faith should affect everyday life, and how church should figure into their response to poverty and other social justice issues.

The Anatomy of a Disciple


You're a believer. You're a follower of Christ trying to mature in your faith. And while you're waiting to grow, you end up sinning again and again. So you try to be good, and try to do more, and hope to grow spiritually. But grow to what?

Tangible Kingdom


Everyone is talking about community. Everyone seems to want it, but most struggle to find it. Matt and Hugh have written The Tangible Kingdom Primer with two specific purposes. First, to be a spiritual formation tool to prepare your heart for mission.

Foundations of Apologetics (Right Now Video Series)


Students of this rigorous curriculum will become adept at recognizing the many worldviews influencing our culture and equipped to challenge the assumptions of these worldviews. It is our prayer you will find the studies foster not only knowledge but also cultivate the skills to communicate that knowledge in a way that is winsome and effective.