OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

In these days characterized by repeated lockdown, constant inconvenience, forced isolation, and a seemingly never-ending stream of bad news, do you find yourself increasingly
COVID-19 has forced us apart as a church and paused or changed many of the functions of our church, but we recognize the virus doesn’t exempt us from being the
The arrival and spread of the coronavirus has largely rendered churches oxymoronic unassembled assemblies tantamount to an uncrowded crowds or ungrouped groups. At Oakridge, our
God’s people waited hundreds of years for the Messiah. So, too, we wait for the return of Jesus as our coming King. While there
One of the unpardonable sins in our culture today is telling someone they’re unqualified—that they don’t meet the standard necessary for participation in a
After his announcement by John the Baptist (3:1–12), his authentication at baptism (3:13–17), and his proven acceptability through temptation (4:1–11), Jesus finally appears proclaiming
First impressions are important and powerful. It’s why we dress-up for a job interview, act politely on a first date, prepare well for a
For centuries the Jewish people had anticipated for the arrival of the promised Messiah, one who would fulfill prophecy by sitting on David’s throne
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Join Andrew as he preaches on the pain of uncertain times and the hope of the future. Listen below through Spotify, or find our
Join Dr. Jim Rennie for Oakridge’s first official live stream! Sermon reading is from Matthew 18:21–35. Listen below through Spotify, or find our Podcast
In Luke 17 we find the account of Jesus healing ten lepers but then finding only one returning to thank and worship him. They