OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

The middle section of Matthew 26 shows us the beginning of Jesus’ misery as he moves ever closer to the cross, and in this
The transition from First to Second Corinthians is not as seamless as one may assume. Yes, it’s the same congregation and the same author
Written by Ed Glasscock and Josiah Boyd
Any believer can handle a non-Christian saying, “Yes, I want to trust Christ.” But what if they say, “Thanks, but no thanks.” Then what
Written by Larry Moyer
Beginning in November 2021, the Adult Sunday School class at Oakridge began working our way through the letter of Paul to the Romans. Below
Written by Jim Rennie
The author of Hebrews gave believers a task: “Let us consider how to stimulate one another to love and good deeds … , not
Written by Patricia Boyd
Another year is quickly coming to its conclusion, and with it, this season of Word Processing. Today Josiah and Andrew take a look back
As a local church grows in size (or is forced apart because of a virus!) it can become increasingly difficult to actually know everyone
It occurred to me that someone wandering into our service today would be very confused about what just happened here. Hot tubs are for
Written by Jim Rennie
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
Christianity asserts a number of seemingly counterintuitive truths. For example, wealth comes through poverty, maturity through childlikeness, exaltation by submission, life via death, glory
Written by Josiah Boyd
As Christians, we have been saved unto eternal life. We have been moved from darkness to light, from death to life. We have, by
Written by Stephen Hawkins
The greatest concern every person on earth ought to have is where they will spend eternity. In light of that, no question ought to
Written by Larry Moyer