OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

While in his second letter, the Apostle John warned the church against showing hospitality to the bad guys (vv. 10, 11), in his third
Written by Jim Rennie
This week on the podcast, Andrew gets a little riled up (that is, righteously indignant) as he and Josiah discuss the implications of the
Short doesn’t necessitate insignificance. Brevity doesn’t mean a lack of gravity. Today we begin our series, “Biblical Postcards,” in which we are studying some
Written by Andrew Longmire
This week on the podcast, Josiah sits down with human Swiss Army knife, doctor/scholar/author/professor/preacher Dr. Abraham Kuruvilla who, among other things, has literally written
God’s people are blessed to be a blessing. That’s been the over-arching theme of the Joseph narrative and its a main thrust of Genesis
Written by Josiah Boyd
This week on the podcast, Josiah and Patricia discuss the revelation-guided, trust-filled obedience of Jacob in Genesis 36 and 37 and what that might
Written by Patricia Boyd and Josiah Boyd
The world in which we live is marred by hurt and fear, imperfection and injustice, brokenness and frustration. Some people don’t merely notice this,
Written by Josiah Boyd
This week on the podcast, Andrew and Josiah have a woefully inadequate conversation regarding justice, injustice, and how God’s people are to respond. There’s
God’s people have been given a number of difficult tasks—assignments that, at times, appear overwhelming and nearly unachievable. However, as we study them in
Written by Josiah Boyd
As we reach this dramatic meeting in Genesis 42 and 43, we see Joseph’s brothers emerging as changed men, repentant of their sin. Join
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
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