OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

The Scottish novelist, Robert Louis Stevenson, once said, “The person who has stopped being thankful has fallen asleep in life.” In other words, even
Written by Josiah Boyd
“He loves me, he loves me not. She loves me, she loves me not.” It’s a familiar and simple game. By alternating those statements
Written by Josiah Boyd
Bad things happen to good people, even to God’s people. Belonging to Jesus Christ does not inoculate us from sadness, loneliness, and stress. Following
Written by Josiah Boyd
This morning I want to go back in time together, before Christ on the cross and before Messiah in the manger, to a time
Written by Josiah Boyd
Christmas may be “the most wonderful time of the year” but it’s also one of the most expensive times of the year. One report
Written by Josiah Boyd
There are many words we could use to describe Jesus’s birth: miraculous, humble, anticipated, needed, epic, joyful, and merciful. But one word we cannot
Written by Josiah Boyd
Some assignments are so big they can be overwhelming. Maybe it’s a comprehensive final exam or a massive term paper, a necessary home renovation
Written by Josiah Boyd
“Handle with care.” We’ve all heard, read, said, and maybe prayed those three words of request. Whether when passing a newborn to an excited
Written by Josiah Boyd
Music is powerful but, for Christians, music that celebrates and venerates our Lord and Saviour is especially so. Consider these well-worn and majestic words:
Written by Josiah Boyd
When thinking of the conclusion of Matthew’s gospel, the so-called Great Commission often comes to mind for many believers. But as we explored chapter
Written by Josiah Boyd and Andrew Longmire
According to Walk Thru the Bible, the book of Hebrews “is about going spiritually from milk to meat—to grow and mature spiritually. The author
Written by George Guthrie and Josiah Boyd
The Passover meal has been eaten, Judas has done his betrayal, and as we conclude Matthew 26 and begin chapter 27 we see Jesus
Written by Josiah Boyd and Andrew Longmire