Last week we started into a brief study of God’s sovereignty by reading the story of a man who Jesus said was born blind
Written by Andrew Longmire
We’ve talked about God’s sovereignty before on this podcast, but understanding and appreciating it is an issue we often continue to wrestle with, especially
Written by Andrew Longmire and Josiah Boyd
Paul’s second letter to Timothy is warm and personal in its tone, containing the advice and encouragement of the aged apostle to Timothy, the
Written by Paul Benware 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
Written by Josiah Boyd and Andrew Longmire
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
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
Suffering and pain, trials and hardships, discouragement and anxiety. These are all guaranteed realities of the human condition—that is, being sinful people living in
Written by Josiah Boyd
When I was a kid, I used to hate going on road trips. I would get really bored, and even when there were things
Written by Andrew Longmire
I have always been a lover of hero stories. I love stories about people who face what appear to be difficult odds and somehow
Written by Lew Worrad
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