OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

Storms in this life are as inescapable as they can be vicious. The rains of depression, fearfulness, and loneliness fall. The floods of personal
Written by Josiah Boyd
We worship a relational God. Being mysteriously Trinity—one God eternally existing in three distinct-but-equal Persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit—God has always been in
Written by Josiah Boyd
The Bible claims (and we believe!) that “all Scripture is inspired by God and useful” (2 Timothy 3:16). However, the usefulness of all Scripture
Written by Josiah Boyd
Today we’re going to fight a disease together, one that often goes undetected and has eternal side-effects. The disease is that of exhibitionism—the desire to
Written by Josiah Boyd
Lew walks us through the first fourteen verses of Colossians and into the context of Colossae, where a new form of heresy was sneaking
Written by Lew Worrad
In these days characterized by repeated lockdown, constant inconvenience, forced isolation, and a seemingly never-ending stream of bad news, do you find yourself increasingly
Written by Josiah Boyd
COVID-19 has forced us apart as a church and paused or changed many of the functions of our church, but we recognize the virus doesn’t exempt us from being the
Written by Josiah Boyd
The arrival and spread of the coronavirus has largely rendered churches oxymoronic unassembled assemblies tantamount to uncrowded crowds or ungrouped groups. At Oakridge, our prayer
Written by Josiah Boyd
On this, our final Sunday together before Christmas 2020, we look together at the opening two chapters of Luke’s gospel account. In these opening
Written by Lew Worrad
So, have you ever seen angels? Some have. Hebrews 13:2 says, “Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for by so doing some people have
Written by Jim Rennie
God’s people waited hundreds of years for the Messiah. So, too, we wait for the return of Jesus as our coming King. While there
Written by Andrew Longmire
One of the unpardonable sins in our culture today is telling someone they’re unqualified—that they don’t meet the standard necessary for participation in a
Written by Josiah Boyd