OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

As Christians, and as churches, we have three main God-given objectives: To worship him, to become more like him, and to reach people for
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Continuing on with our summer series, join Lew as he takes on a new book of the Bible—Ruth! Listen below through Spotify, or find
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And he’s back! After a number of weeks of hanging out with people far cooler than Josiah, Andrew makes his return to the podcast and
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Many people today are engaged in the relentless DIY project of personal holiness, busily trying to construct lives that are good enough, worthy enough,
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It’s been suggested that if Canadians want to know their cultural future they need only look to Europe as what is happening there with eventually
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Life in a fallen world includes obstacles, circumstances, and happenings that can threaten to deflate, frustrate, and exhaust God’s people. Even the most faithful
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This is an important episode of Word Processing as the discussion focuses on salvation—what it is, how we get it, how it’s related to
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As our world slowly emerges from its COVID-imposed isolationism, many wrestle with the changes they see and the rebuilding that needs to take place.
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This week on the podcast, Josiah sits down with Val, a long-time member of the Oakridge family and a long-time teacher in the public
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While in his second letter, the Apostle John warned the church against showing hospitality to the bad guys (vv. 10, 11), in his third
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This week on the podcast, Andrew gets a little riled up (that is, righteously indignant) as he and Josiah discuss the implications of the
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Short doesn’t necessitate insignificance. Brevity doesn’t mean a lack of gravity. Today we begin our series, “Biblical Postcards,” in which we are studying some
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