OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

SERMON OUTLINE              Two Key Texts:             1] 1 Cor. 2:6-16             2] John 14:26; John 15:26; John 16:8-11             Two Key Truths             1] There never was a
Written by Lew Worrad
There’s a sense in which home ownership has two corresponding realities. There’s the objective reality. When the funds are confirmed and the mortgage is
Written by Josiah Boyd
Below is an abridged July 2023 update from the Wahab family, servants of the Lord at Camp Good News in Florida and an extension
Written by Alice Popovich
If you’re a Christian, whether you can fully remember it or not, there was a moment when you believed on the Lord Jesus Christ
Written by Josiah Boyd
George Whitfield was an evangelist and preacher who is often credited with helping ignite the Great Awakening in the 18th-century America. He was a
Written by Patricia Boyd and Josiah Boyd
The Bible teaches that there is one God existing in three persons—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit—eternal in being, identical in nature, equal in power
Written by Josiah Boyd
Speaking of his sheep, Jesus said “I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly. … and I give eternal life to
Written by Patricia Boyd and Josiah Boyd
Not long ago one of my sons was given a remote-control drone as a birthday present. While he had fun almost immediately, mastery of
Written by Josiah Boyd
When reading the fourth chapter of John’s first letter, it would be tough for the author to be more clear with what he wants God’s people
Written by Patricia Boyd and Josiah Boyd
In baking a cake, there are some ingredients that are more essential than others. While sprinkles aid ascetics and nuts add texture, it’s the
Written by Josiah Boyd
We’re back in 1 John, and this time it’s a warning about what can get in the way of our usefulness and our intimacy
Written by Josiah Boyd and Andrew Longmire
God wants those who belong to him to experience intimacy with him. That’s why he calls believers to pursue holiness (1:5–2:2), obedience (2:3–6), and
Written by Josiah Boyd
After 4 weeks in the book of Joel in our corporate worship gatherings, we’re finally going to take some time to talk about it.
Written by Andrew Longmire and Josiah Boyd
Imagine I told you we were going to have a conversation about classic story structure, and invited you to finish the following sentence: “and
Written by Andrew Longmire
As a local church grows in size, it can become increasingly difficult to actually know everyone in the community and, thus, to be blessed
Written by Brett Harris and Andrew Longmire
We’re into the final two sections of the book of Joel and we’re now in part of the book where it finally starts to
Written by Andrew Longmire
Sometimes in times of struggle, difficulty, or suffering, we act as though all we need to do is apologize and everything will be okay.
Written by Andrew Longmire
Below is an update from Paul and Penny-Jane Jolin, servants of the Lord at Camp Joli-B in Quebec and an extension of our Oakridge
Written by Alice Popovich
Many times throughout the Bible we see people making a vow or swearing an oath—sometimes to God or before God, sometimes in the name
Written by Tim Wessel and Andrew Longmire
It’s Mother’s Day, and a sermon about divine judgement and locust plagues and starving animals probably isn’t what most of you came expecting today.
Written by Andrew Longmire