Spoiler alert: this sermon will demonstrate why it is so vital for Christians to be in church. It is going to tell you that
Written by Jim Rennie
In the past year at Oakridge, we have seen four more step into the role of Elder, being commissioned to the task of leading
There are many reasons why a person might pick up and read a Bible. Perhaps curiosity or availability. Perhaps out of frustration or anger.
In July 1961, Vince Lombardi, coach of the Green Bay Packers, stood before thirty-eight professional football players ready to start a new season. Six
Written by Josiah Boyd
Ask ten Christians which book of the Bible is their favourite, which book has been the most impactful in their lives, and which book
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
Earlier this year, Pastor Josiah had the opportunity to join Pastor Jay Hinds on The Open Bible Podcast for a discussion on Ephesians 4 and, more
On July 23, the Canadian women’s eight rowing crew won the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympic Games. The team is made up of
Written by Josiah Boyd
Paul encourages Christians “to be in subjection to the governing authorities” (Rom 13:1a). Peter backs him up when he commands believers to “submit yourselves
In Matthew 9 we read the account of Jesus inviting a lowly tax collector to follow him. Without hesitation nor reservation, up jumped the
Recently Josiah was a guest on The Open Bible Podcast, hosted by Pastor Jay Hinds. The topic of discussion centred around Ephesians 4 and,
This is the second in a series of conversations on the über-important topic of the church (If it’s important to Jesus [Ephesians 5:25] it