There are many reasons why a person might pick up and read a Bible. Perhaps curiosity or availability. Perhaps out of frustration or anger.
Thus far the New Testament has presented four accounts of the beautiful life, powerful ministry, substitutionary death, and victorious resurrection of the Lord Jesus
Written by Ken Gardoski and Josiah Boyd
As one might expect, this past Sunday at Oakridge Bible Chapel, we spent some time looking at the resurrection, looking specifically at 1 Corinthians
The final verse of the fifteenth chapter of Paul’s first letter to the church in Corinth invites and implores believers in Jesus Christ to
Written by Josiah Boyd
When preparing for a marathon, there is a goal that is set in the runner’s mind months prior to the actual race. Much preparation,
Written by Stephen Hawkins
The Bible, as a book, is as epic as it is unique. Written by some forty different authors across three different continents over the
Written by Paul Henebury and Josiah Boyd
The author of Hebrews gave believers a task: “Let us consider how to stimulate one another to love and good deeds … , not
Written by Winnie Chen
The latter part of Matthew 16 contains perhaps one of the most well-known, oft-quoted passages on discipleship in the entire Bible. But what is
There are three necessities for effective evangelism in 2021. The first is patience, the second is patience, the third is patience.  Patience has power. 
Written by Larry Moyer
If you’ve not been under the water, will you go above the clouds? That might be a humorous way of stating it, but the
Written by Larry Moyer
They say “seeing is believing”. While human beings have always sought to understand and explain things that are confusing to them, now, more than
Written by Andrew Longmire
If ever there was a day when we needed faith, it is today. The world around us is shaking. The pandemic is an obvious disturbance
Written by Jim Rennie