OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

So, have you ever seen angels? Some have. Hebrews 13:2 says, “Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for by so doing some people have
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God’s people waited hundreds of years for the Messiah. So, too, we wait for the return of Jesus as our coming King. While there
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One of the unpardonable sins in our culture today is telling someone they’re unqualified—that they don’t meet the standard necessary for participation in a
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After his announcement by John the Baptist (3:1–12), his authentication at baptism (3:13–17), and his proven acceptability through temptation (4:1–11), Jesus finally appears proclaiming
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First impressions are important and powerful. It’s why we dress-up for a job interview, act politely on a first date, prepare well for a
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Listen below through Spotify, or find our Podcast “From the Pulpit” for weekly Sunday morning messages on Anchor, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and wherever else
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Join Andrew as he preaches on the pain of uncertain times and the hope of the future. Listen below through Spotify, or find our
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Join Dr. Jim Rennie for Oakridge’s first official live stream! Sermon reading is from Matthew 18:21–35. Listen below through Spotify, or find our Podcast
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In Luke 17 we find the account of Jesus healing ten lepers but then finding only one returning to thank and worship him. They
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As we come to the final chapter of the book of Jonah, we look back and remember to what we, as God’s people, have
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The Apostle James describes the Bible as a mirror into which God’s people are to look, see their ungodliness rightly reflected, and be motivated
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Just as a diary or journal can provide a “window into the soul” of its writer, so too prayers can reveal the heart of
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