OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

When I was a kid, I used to hate going on road trips. I would get really bored, and even when there were things
Written by Andrew Longmire
It’s been said that failures are like a compost heap—they stink but are the most fertile part of the garden! We’ve all experienced failure
Written by Josiah Boyd
Matthew 12 reads like the transcript of the final scenes of a long courtroom drama—The People v. Jesus of Nazareth. It’s a trial that
Written by Josiah Boyd
I have always been a lover of hero stories. I love stories about people who face what appear to be difficult odds and somehow
Written by Lew Worrad
It’s amazing how the physical presence of an employer can impact the work of their employees. When the boss shows up frivolity fades, laziness
Written by Josiah Boyd
On July 23, the Canadian women’s eight rowing crew won the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympic Games. The team is made up of
Written by Josiah Boyd
In our study of the seven churches of Revelation we have come to the last church. Laodicea was a big town, a rich town.
Written by Jim Rennie
Christianity asserts a number of seemingly counterintuitive truths. For example, wealth comes through poverty, maturity through childlikeness, exaltation by submission, life via death, glory
Written by Josiah Boyd
A common practice for many sport teams is to watch film from previous games. Oftentimes a coach will lead these viewings, stopping the tape
Written by Josiah Boyd
For the past several weeks we have been studying the letters to the Seven Churches found in the second and third chapters of the
Written by Lew Worrad
Avid hikers are used to receiving warnings before setting off on their favourite trails—“beware loose stones,” “watch for bears,” “look out for falling trees.”
Written by Josiah Boyd
Polycarp (AD 70–155), the bishop of Smyrna, was urged by the Roman proconsul to publicly renounce his faith in Jesus or face execution for
Written by Josiah Boyd