OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

Every faithful Christian church is comprised of believers who are called to engage the culture in which they have been providentially placed for the
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
Our world and our lives can be difficult, often filled with suffering, grief, persecution, and confusion. We need a source of strength and comfort
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
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1 Timothy 6:11–12 [See these links for previous posts in this series: First, second, third, and fourth.] But flee from these things, you man
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1 Timothy 4:7–8 [For the first three posts in this series, click here, here, and here.] But have nothing to do with worldly fables
The opening stanza of the popular Serenity Prayer is as wise as it is hope-filled: “God grant me the serenity to accept the things I
Philippians 3:13–14 [For the first two posts in this series, click here and here] Brethren, I do not regard myself as having laid hold
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Defining the Term [For the introductory post in this series, click here.] On account of how entangled it is with North American culture, competition
When we read the Bible, there are things we are commanded to do. And whether because of our immaturity, the culture around us, or
Introduction Our culture today often assumes the positive influence of athletic training and competition on human development. It’s largely understood, on a variety of
The Bible is realistic as it explains the hardships we will endure in life—but there is good news in Christ! Pastor Josiah Boyd walks
Even someone who knows very little about art can look at a painting and be impressed and moved. However, the highest level of appreciation
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While marriage proposals occur in varying shapes and sizes—some are simple and private while others are elaborate and public—all are ultimately judged by a
It’s an unfortunate but unavoidable reality of life: Familiarity can breed apathy. Consistent exposure to something, irregardless of how special, impressive, or awe-inspiring it
Is there anything with more potential to humiliate than the way teams are often selected in the schoolyard? Two identified captains examine potential players,