OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

The Bible is realistic as it explains the hardships we will endure in life—but there is good news in Christ! Pastor Josiah Boyd walks
Written by Josiah Boyd
Even someone who knows very little about art can look at a painting and be impressed and moved. However, the highest level of appreciation
Written by Josiah Boyd
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Written by Josiah Boyd
While marriage proposals occur in varying shapes and sizes—some are simple and private while others are elaborate and public—all are ultimately judged by a
Written by Josiah Boyd
It’s an unfortunate but unavoidable reality of life: Familiarity can breed apathy. Consistent exposure to something, irregardless of how special, impressive, or awe-inspiring it
Written by Josiah Boyd
Is there anything with more potential to humiliate than the way teams are often selected in the schoolyard? Two identified captains examine potential players,
Written by Josiah Boyd
Fundamentals are important to know, to be reminded of, and to return to regularly. Take, for example, mathematics: If the fundamentals of addition, subtraction,
Written by Josiah Boyd
Listen below through Spotify, or find our Podcast “From the Pulpit” for weekly Sunday morning messages on Anchor, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and wherever else
Written by Josiah Boyd
“I’m watching you” is a three-word statement that elicits a variety of reactions depending on source and circumstance. If called out by a proud
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An ancient parable tells of a group of blind men describing an elephant to one another based on the part of the animal they
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The theme song that launched every episode of Cheers, a popular 1980’s sitcom, was as catchy as it was relatable: “Sometimes you want to
Written by Josiah Boyd
Warnings are helpful if heeded. To overlook or ignore signs of caution is to risk varying degrees of inconvenience, pain, and tragedy. Consider, for
Written by Josiah Boyd