OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

A Christmas Carol is the story of a mean, selfish old man named Ebenezer Scrooge who is visited by a series of ghosts come
Written by Josiah Boyd
We’re all called to ministry. The New Testament makes it very clear that every Christian is tasked with the gospel-sharing, disciple-making process as described
Scripture is full of individuals who, when faced with a God-given task, immediately felt ill-equipped and insecure, sure that the Almighty had chosen the
Written by Josiah Boyd
In a section of scripture with many words that might cause us some concern or discomfort, Paul directs the Christians in Colossae to practically
Jesus is the absolute and incomparable Christ who preexisted all (Col 1:17), created all (1:16), is over all (1:15; 2:10), sustains all (1:17), and
Written by Josiah Boyd
In the 47th Psalm, the author points the reader to worship of God as the universal King, in part, because of how he has
Using the analogy of taking off and putting on clothes, Paul gives some clear instructions to the Colossian church about their pursuit of holiness
A quick internet search informs the budding altruist that a good person is someone who is kind, attentive, wise, self-controlled, and courageous. They are
Written by Josiah Boyd
In the second half of Colossians 2, Paul takes the time to remind his readers of the dangers of worldly ideologies being used as
While many have heard of claustrophobia (a fear of enclosed spaces), acrophobia (a fear of heights), and arachnophobia (a fear of spiders), fewer are
Written by Josiah Boyd
Importance. The Book of Revelation is important because it is the last inspired book of the Bible to be written and is rightly positioned
For those who trust in Christ, who belong to the Father through faith in the Son and are sealed by the Spirit, we are