OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

It’s wise to, once-in-a-while, be reminded of what we already know so as to make sure we’re still moving in the right direction. It’s
In the early days of his earthly ministry, Jesus made many bold claims. He said he was going to make fishers of men (4:19).
As we conclude our time in the Sermon on the Mount in Matthew 7:17–27, we turn our focus to an unshakable foundation. Join with
Storms in this life are as inescapable as they can be vicious. The rains of depression, fearfulness, and loneliness fall. The floods of personal
It’s all about relationships today! Join Andrew and Josiah as they talk about Matthew 7:1–12, the pursuit of true righteousness, and how that changes
We worship a relational God. Being mysteriously Trinity—one God eternally existing in three distinct-but-equal Persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit—God has always been in
As perennial as weeds in a garden, issues of wealth and worry crop up in every Christian’s life at one time or another. Join
The Bible claims (and we believe!) that “all Scripture is inspired by God and useful” (2 Timothy 3:16). However, the usefulness of all Scripture
Much of what we do as Christians, by its very nature, is visible to those around us. Yet how do we reconcile that with
Today we’re going to fight a disease together, one that often goes undetected and has eternal side-effects. The disease is that of exhibitionism—the desire to
As Oakridge prepares to move back into our Sunday study of Matthew’s gospel, Josiah recruits some outside help to re-set the stage. John Oglesby
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