OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

On their maiden voyage into the podcasting waters, Andrew and Josiah discuss how the Bible calls Christians to respond to worry, anxiety, and fear
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If you have ever spent significant time around children you’ve probably, at one time or another, been caught in the time-stopping vortex of unrelenting
Conclusion [Previous posts in this series: First, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth.] Many theological questions surround the notion of competition, particularly
We rightly expect children to grow up. We expect them to develop at a particular rate, along an expected and proven trajectory, and with
Hebrews 12:1–2 [Here are the previous posts in this series: First, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh.] Therefore, since we are surrounded by
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
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
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
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