OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

There’s nothing quite like a good comeback story. You know the type: when a person, group, or team seems so down-and-out, so defeated, and
Written by Josiah Boyd
When Christians think of a God worthy of worship, praise, adoration, submission, service, and imitation, there are certain divine characteristics that are likely more
Written by Patricia Boyd and Josiah Boyd
When the glorified Jesus appeared to the imprisoned John, he told him, “write down what I’m about to show you and pass it on
Written by Josiah Boyd
The Adult Sunday School class at Oakridge Bible Chapel meets at 9:30am each weekend, just prior to our main meeting at 10:30, to study
Written by Jim Rennie
The Adult Sunday School class at Oakridge Bible Chapel meets at 9:30am each weekend, just prior to our main meeting at 10:30, to study
Written by Jim Rennie
In the early 1900s, it was not uncommon for over a million people each year to lose their lives due to natural disasters like
Written by Josiah Boyd
“Trust the Lord!” “Give him your cares!” “Cast your anxieties on him!” If you’ve been around God’s people for any amount of time you’ll
Written by Josh Leigh and Josiah Boyd
Reading the fourth and fifth chapters of the Revelation of Jesus Christ can feel like stepping into the sun after hours in the dark.
Written by Josiah Boyd
If you were to poll your Christian friends as to what they thought was the most confusing, daunting, or intimidating book of the Bible,
Written by Jay Hinds and Josiah Boyd
People want to know the future and are quite creative in how they attempt to do that, reading tea-leaves and palms, examining stars and
Written by Josiah Boyd
Heaven. It’s something that most people in Western society have some conception of, whether they even believe in it or not. Immediately, many picture
Let’s think together about Heaven. Some people call this the afterlife, about what happens when you die, and though we can understand the thought,
Written by Nate Vellekoop