Most of the New Testament letters contain both affirmation and concern for the people receiving them, both praise and correction for their respective original
It’s a well-known scene: Jesus enters Jerusalem riding on a donkey, greeted by streets lined with coats and palm branches and cries of “Hosanna!”
In Matthew 19 and 20, Jesus teaches his disciples more about what they can expect in the coming kingdom. Specifically, he refers to their
Today I want to talk about Romans chapter 8. Romans 8 is one of the greatest chapters in the Bible, great because it is
Written by Jim Rennie
Few things are more certain than the reality of suffering people in the church. Grief, loss, pain, stress, sin, fear; you name it, someone
As one might expect, this past Sunday at Oakridge Bible Chapel, we spent some time looking at the resurrection, looking specifically at 1 Corinthians
Likely battling for the title of “most-ignored-and-forgotten-book-of-the-Bible” is the prophecy of Zephaniah. Perhaps that’s because it’s so short (three chapters) that if the pages
Written by Alex Konya and Josiah Boyd
The prophet, Micah, asks pointedly and rhetorically: “Who is a God like you, who pardons iniquity and passes over the rebellious act of the remnant of his possession? He does not retain his anger forever, because he
Written by JoAnna Hoyt and Josiah Boyd
Matthew 17 brings us to one of those glorious moments in scripture, as we get a glimpse into the holy ground that is the
There are certain sections of Scripture that seem especially holy, accounts like Moses at the burning bush, the Hebrews at the foot of Mount
Written by Josiah Boyd
In the third Psalm, we read the perspectives of King David as he fled from his scheming son Absalom who incited a rebellion in
In the middle of the book of 2 Samuel there is a fascinating story where David, the King of Israel, is forced to flee
Written by Andrew Longmire