OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

Join Andrew as he preaches on the pain of uncertain times and the hope of the future. Listen below through Spotify, or find our
It’s been said that “to err is human; to forgive is divine.” While there’s no doubt the Bible presents God as the gold-standard of
Join Dr. Jim Rennie for Oakridge’s first official live stream! Sermon reading is from Matthew 18:21–35. Listen below through Spotify, or find our Podcast
This is the second in a series of conversations on the über-important topic of the church (If it’s important to Jesus [Ephesians 5:25] it
In Luke 17 we find the account of Jesus healing ten lepers but then finding only one returning to thank and worship him. They
We made it: The grand finale, the last hurrah, the fishy endgame. Finally we come to the conclusion of our study in the Old
As we come to the final chapter of the book of Jonah, we look back and remember to what we, as God’s people, have
The Jonah-talk continues this week as Andrew and Josiah flesh out last Sunday’s look at chapter 3. The conversation includes musings on the prophet’s
The Apostle James describes the Bible as a mirror into which God’s people are to look, see their ungodliness rightly reflected, and be motivated
Finally, at long last, Andrew is able to carve enough time out of his busy (fatherhood) schedule to sit down again with Josiah for
Just as a diary or journal can provide a “window into the soul” of its writer, so too prayers can reveal the heart of
As COVID-19 has forced churches re-think how they meet, function, and minister, it’s a good time for church-goers to re-think the purpose, necessity, and