OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

As the Joseph narrative arrives at one of its climactic moments, the spotlight lands on the brothers. While, back in chapter 37, these men
Written by Josiah Boyd
Most Christians don’t need convincing that the cross is crucial or that the resurrection is central to the gospel message. The ascension of Jesus
Written by Josiah Boyd
This week Josiah pulls up a chair with Dr. Jim and gets some timely counsel on dealing with fear in the Christian life. In
Written by Jim Rennie and Josiah Boyd
This week on the podcast, Andrew and Josiah use Genesis 40 and 41 as a launching pad to discuss Bible study methods, physical prosperity
Developing a Healthy Prayer Life is one of the best treatments of the subject I’ve read to date. It’s insightful and practical, challenging and
Written by Josiah Boyd
It’s a question that all of God’s people must ask and answer for themselves: Is the God we serve and worship worthy of our
Written by Josiah Boyd
After a week focused on the disastrous detour of Judah, we return to Joseph’s path to see that things aren’t much better. The major
Jonathan Edwards, perhaps the most influential Christian of the 18th-century, once wrote: “Every Christian family ought to be as it were a little church.”
Written by Josiah Boyd
God’s people are agents of divine blessing when we demonstrate, share, and defend the life-giving, thirst-quenching water of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. What
Written by Josiah Boyd
You’ve probably heard it claimed before—that argument-ending, conversation-halting Christian trump card: “God told me.” How do we process such a claim?
Written by Josiah Boyd
Continuing their trek through the wilderness of the Joseph narrative, today Andrew and Josiah discuss Genesis 38, the damage-causing power of sin, the importance
A review and recommendation of a short book on a topic of immeasurable importance.
Written by Josiah Boyd