We’re into the final two sections of the book of Joel and we’re now in part of the book where it finally starts to
Written by Andrew Longmire
Sometimes in times of struggle, difficulty, or suffering, we act as though all we need to do is apologize and everything will be okay.
Written by Andrew Longmire
It’s Mother’s Day, and a sermon about divine judgement and locust plagues and starving animals probably isn’t what most of you came expecting today.
Written by Andrew Longmire
One can learn a great deal from reading the letters written by soldiers to their families during World War I and World War II.
Written by Josiah Boyd
It has been observed that “the subject of biblical prophecy is like one magnet interacting with another. For many people, it pulls them in.
Written by Josiah Boyd
Matthew has recounted Jesus’s final entrance into Jerusalem (20:29–21:17), the unrelenting opposition he faced upon arrival (21:18–22:14), and, now, his rebuke of the faithlessness
Written by Josiah Boyd
We’ve reached the summit of the first of two biblical mountains and find ourselves standing on the peak of the Old Testament, a peak
Written by Mike Ackerman and Josiah Boyd
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
When summarizing books of the Bible, few do it better than Walk Thru the Bible Ministries. Here’s what they have to say about the
“Almost three thousand years ago, the ancient Assyrians began to flex their muscles. For the greater part of the period from the end of
Written by Filipe Santos and Josiah Boyd
Speaking of the timelessness of the book of Amos, one author writes this: “Injustice permeates our world, yet as Christians we often turn a
Beginning in November 2021, the Adult Sunday School class at Oakridge began working our way through the letter of Paul to the Romans. Below
Written by Nate Vellekoop