Another year is quickly coming to its conclusion, and with it, this season of Word Processing. Today Josiah and Andrew take a look back
Everybody wants to be happy, a desire that’s understandable and expected when we remember what Scripture teaches about human origins. In the beginning we
Written by Josiah Boyd
We’ve got our work cut out for us this week as we arrive in our study at the impressive and prophetic book of Isaiah.
After months of lockdowns and restrictions and shockingly quiet roadways, it seems like, for many of us, life has gotten busy again! And in
Discussing God’s view of human sexuality and marital intimacy can be like driving somewhere wonderful along a highway bracketed by two steep and dangerous
Says David Hubbard, “Anyone to whom the book of Ecclesiastes is not a puzzle has not yet read it” (Beyond Futility, 7). This admission
In the Fall of 2021, the Adult Sunday School class at Oakridge began working our way through the book of Malachi. What follows are
Written by Josiah Boyd
Today, in our trek through the pages of Scripture, we come to the unique book of Proverbs, a text that calls for the pursuit
The war for our heart is raging, and at the end of the day, each of us must ask “what is my final authority?”
Whether we realize it or not, whether we understand it or not, and whether we believe it or not, we are all at war
Written by Josiah Boyd
Of all the books of the Bible, there may not be one that is more consistently beloved, more pastorally accessible, and more desperately read
After Jesus concludes his parables in Matthew 13, we see him travelling for his ministry of teaching and healing. Unfortunately, we also see the