OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

In Matthew 9 we read the account of Jesus inviting a lowly tax collector to follow him. Without hesitation nor reservation, up jumped the
Written by Josiah Boyd and Andrew Longmire
While Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa is arguably one of the world’s most famous works of art, if you’ve ever seen it (whether in-person at
Written by Josiah Boyd
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
Written by Fred Chay and Josiah Boyd
As Christians, we have been saved unto eternal life. We have been moved from darkness to light, from death to life. We have, by
Written by Stephen Hawkins
Welcome to another installment of “Well That’s Interesting” (you can find the first post with a detailed explanation of the series here, or bookmark
Written by Andrew Longmire
One of the great dangers that can debilitate our lives is living too much in the past. That does not mean we do not
Written by Fred Chay
Fallenness, fear, and a fixing faith? Sounds like fun! In the midst of a world that has so much wrong with it, it is
Written by Josiah Boyd and Andrew Longmire
Recently Josiah was a guest on The Open Bible Podcast, hosted by Pastor Jay Hinds. The topic of discussion centred around Ephesians 4 and,
Written by Josiah Boyd and Jay Hinds
Current news headlines suggest that we have a lot to be afraid of. A spreading virus, a falling economy, government overreach, climate change, creeping
Written by Josiah Boyd
Welcome to another installment of “Well That’s Interesting” (you can find the first post with a detailed explanation of the series here, or bookmark
Written by Andrew Longmire
If you’ve not been under the water, will you go above the clouds? That might be a humorous way of stating it, but the
Written by Larry Moyer
As a local church grows in size (or is forced apart because of a virus!) it can become increasingly difficult to actually know everyone
Written by Gordon Rumford and Josiah Boyd
They say “seeing is believing”. While human beings have always sought to understand and explain things that are confusing to them, now, more than
Written by Andrew Longmire
Our experience of the crucifixion of Christ is much different than those who were actually there to witness the event almost 2000 years ago.
Written by Andrew Longmire
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
Written by Josiah Boyd and Andrew Longmire
Last time I spoke to you we talked about faith and saw that believing the unseen is absolutely vital to spiritual faith because God
Written by Jim Rennie
Welcome to another installment of “Well That’s Interesting” (you can find the first post with a detailed explanation of the series here, or bookmark
Written by Andrew Longmire
Scripture teaches that as we evangelize, we ought to pray, but what should we pray for? And, what is the relationship of prayer to
Written by Larry Moyer
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
Written by Josiah Boyd and Andrew Longmire
Suppose today Jesus was to ask you, “What are you seeking?” What would you say? What would you tell him? Could you tell him
Written by Lew Worrad