OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

In the Psalms we find a reflection of life in a fallen world—years stippled with uncontainable joy and unspeakable sorrow, seasons of holistic prosperity
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There are many reasons to love the Psalms. They are beautiful, expressing eternal truth in elegant language. They are rich, offering more and more
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The Adult Sunday School class at Oakridge Bible Chapel meets at 9:30am each weekend, just prior to our main meeting at 10:30, to study
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Sometimes it’s hard to say “thank you.” Perhaps it’s because we’re embarrassed to admit our dependance and neediness. Maybe we simply get distracted and
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Our world is not at peace. Over one hundred wars are currently being fought around the globe with thousands of casualties in dozens of
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The Gospel writer, Luke, concludes his account of the discovery of Jesus’s empty tomb with these words: “Peter got up and ran to the
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This morning we have walked with the Lord Jesus up to Calvary’s mount. Beginning with the prophets who predicted the coming of one who
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Psalm 119 is a celebration of God’s word, its nature and purpose, its power and perfection, its necessity, sufficiency, reliability, and veracity. The Hebrew
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Dietrich Bonhoeffer was a theologian who grew up during WWI. His older brother was killed in battle and his mother was irreparably shocked by
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Every good and effective government must provide both laws to govern its citizenry and courts to represent its citizenry. If laws are absent, unarticulated,
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Worship is a central tenet, activity, posture, and goal for all believers. As one author has suggested, “Christian worship is the response of God’s
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It’s hard to grow, improve, or mature without first being honest about the need for growth, the room for improvement, and the areas of
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