OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

On this episode, Dr. Fred Chay makes his return to the podcast. He is the founder and president of Grace Line ministries, a theology professor and academic
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As Christians, we have been saved unto eternal life. We have been moved from darkness to light, from death to life. We have, by
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Fallenness, fear, and a fixing faith? Sounds like fun! In the midst of a world that has so much wrong with it, it is
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Recently Josiah was a guest on The Open Bible Podcast, hosted by Pastor Jay Hinds. The topic of discussion centred around Ephesians 4 and,
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Current news headlines suggest that we have a lot to be afraid of. A spreading virus, a falling economy, government overreach, climate change, creeping
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As a local church grows in size (or is forced apart because of a virus!) it can become increasingly difficult to actually know everyone
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They say “seeing is believing”. While human beings have always sought to understand and explain things that are confusing to them, now, more than
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While music in corporate worship should be something that brings joy and comfort to God’s people, facilitates biblical worship of a holy God, and
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Last time I spoke to you we talked about faith and saw that believing the unseen is absolutely vital to spiritual faith because God
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We use many different terms when talking about Scripture: inspiration, inerrancy, and infallibility to name a few. But one that we don’t always talk
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Suppose today Jesus was to ask you, “What are you seeking?” What would you say? What would you tell him? Could you tell him
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Have you ever been reading the Bible when, all of a sudden, WHAM!, you run into a verse, paragraph, or section that straight-up baffles
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