OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

Importance. The Book of Revelation is important because it is the last inspired book of the Bible to be written and is rightly positioned
Written by Michael Stallard and Josiah Boyd
When we talk about God, there are endless directions our conversations can go. Oftentimes, these discussions end up addressing something to do with God’s
Written by Tim Wessel and Andrew Longmire
Have you ever felt spiritually stuck in a rut? Don’t worry, we’ve been there too. Whether it’s a season of dryness or perceived distance
Written by Josiah Boyd and Andrew Longmire
There’s a reason that Paul so often uses the analogy of running a race when talking about our spiritual journeys, and that’s at least
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
With the seemingly endless barrage of bad news, it can be helpful to take a moment to pause, and read about what the Bible
Written by Josiah Boyd and Andrew Longmire
It seems there’s a lot of bad news lately. A sample of recent news headlines report and warn of disconcerting realities that range from
Written by Josiah Boyd
In our study of the seven churches of Revelation we have come to the last church. Laodicea was a big town, a rich town.
Written by Jim Rennie
For the past several weeks, Oakridge has been preaching through the first few chapters of the book of Revelation, and we figured it was
Written by Josiah Boyd and Andrew Longmire
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
A common practice for many sport teams is to watch film from previous games. Oftentimes a coach will lead these viewings, stopping the tape
Written by Josiah Boyd
For the past several weeks we have been studying the letters to the Seven Churches found in the second and third chapters of the
Written by Lew Worrad