OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

When I was a kid, I used to hate going on road trips. I would get really bored, and even when there were things
Written by Andrew Longmire
Like Samuel before them, the biblical books of First and Second Kings record many exciting and well-known stories that involve many meorable characters throughout
Written by Paul Benware and Josiah Boyd
In Matthew 12, we read one of the most pivotal moments in the entire gospel account: Jesus presents the evidence that he is the
It’s been said that failures are like a compost heap—they stink but are the most fertile part of the garden! We’ve all experienced failure
Written by Josiah Boyd
In the Spring of 2020, the Adult Sunday School class at Oakridge began working our way through the book of Acts. What follows are
Written by Jim Rennie and Josiah Boyd
The biblical books of First and Second Samuel are, so say it simply, action-packed. And, within the repeated ups and downs of the inspired
Written by Jonathan Ward and Josiah Boyd
Many of us may still remember days past when we started each day in the classroom with the Lord’s Prayer. But why this prayer?
Matthew 12 reads like the transcript of the final scenes of a long courtroom drama—The People v. Jesus of Nazareth. It’s a trial that
Written by Josiah Boyd
In the Spring of 2020, the Adult Sunday School class at Oakridge began working our way through the book of Acts. What follows are
Written by Jim Rennie and Josiah Boyd
While the identity of the author of Ruth is uncertain, the skill of the author of Ruth is beyond dispute. This little biblical book
Written by John Oglesby and Josiah Boyd
When comfortability gets talked about in Christian circles, it tends to be with a bit of a negative tone. “You can’t be effective if
I have always been a lover of hero stories. I love stories about people who face what appear to be difficult odds and somehow
Written by Lew Worrad