OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

The book of Daniel provides some of the most iconic stories in the Bible. But—surprise, surprise!—they’re not all for show. In this episode, Josiah
Written by Lew Worrad and Josiah Boyd
Many are familiar with the heroic, faith-filled stories presented in the book of Daniel. However, what do they have to tell us about living
Written by Lew Worrad
It’s been said that the world at its worst needs the church at her best. That it’s when the culture goes dark that God’s
Written by Josiah Boyd
From their individual quarantined bunkers, Andrew and Josiah take twenty-or-so minutes to earnestly but insufficiently tackle a topic of infinite glory and importance—that of
Written by Josiah Boyd and Andrew Longmire
The doctrine of the Trinity is as complicated as it is foundational to Christianity. But does it actually make a difference in the day-to-day
Written by Josiah Boyd
A strong, clear hope in a future reality has the power to motivate and comfort, strengthen and bring peace. But what is it that
Written by Josiah Boyd
Not able to meet provides a unique opportunity for God’s people to reflect on why we should when we can.
Written by Josiah Boyd
Week two of Word Processing lands Andrew and Josiah smack-dab in the middle of Peter’s second epistle and a discussion on the reality, threat,
Written by Josiah Boyd and Andrew Longmire
How does the Justice League—a 2017 superhero-themed movie—remind us of our desperate need for salvation?
Written by Josiah Boyd
Peter’s clear: False teachers are not only coming, they’re here! How God’s people respond depends on how we identify the wolves, how seriously we
Written by Josiah Boyd
On their maiden voyage into the podcasting waters, Andrew and Josiah discuss how the Bible calls Christians to respond to worry, anxiety, and fear
Written by Josiah Boyd and Andrew Longmire
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Written by Josiah Boyd
If you have ever spent significant time around children you’ve probably, at one time or another, been caught in the time-stopping vortex of unrelenting
Written by Josiah Boyd
Conclusion [Previous posts in this series: First, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth.] Many theological questions surround the notion of competition, particularly
Written by Josiah Boyd
We rightly expect children to grow up. We expect them to develop at a particular rate, along an expected and proven trajectory, and with
Written by Josiah Boyd
Hebrews 12:1–2 [Here are the previous posts in this series: First, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh.] Therefore, since we are surrounded by
Written by Josiah Boyd
Every faithful Christian church is comprised of believers who are called to engage the culture in which they have been providentially placed for the
Written by Josiah Boyd
2 Timothy 4:7–8 [See previous posts in this series here: First, second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth.] I have fought the good fight, I
Written by Josiah Boyd
Our world and our lives can be difficult, often filled with suffering, grief, persecution, and confusion. We need a source of strength and comfort
Written by Andrew Longmire
2 Timothy 2:5 [See these links for previous posts in this series: First, second, third, fourth, and fifth.] An athlete is not crowned unless
Written by Josiah Boyd