OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

Notes in Blue Just under a year ago, at our Adult Sunday School class, I led a session discussing how to study the Bible.
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
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
As we come to the final chapter of the book of Jonah, we look back and remember to what we, as God’s people, have
The Apostle James describes the Bible as a mirror into which God’s people are to look, see their ungodliness rightly reflected, and be motivated
While obviously preferring obedience, there are times when parents allow their children to experience the consequences of their disobedience. So it is with God
As has always been the case, our culture today demands people be on “the right side of history” regarding any number of issues. The
As our world slowly emerges from its COVID-imposed isolationism, many wrestle with the changes they see and the rebuilding that needs to take place.
This week on the podcast, Andrew gets a little riled up (that is, righteously indignant) as he and Josiah discuss the implications of the
The world in which we live is marred by hurt and fear, imperfection and injustice, brokenness and frustration. Some people don’t merely notice this,
When we read the Bible, there are things we are commanded to do. And whether because of our immaturity, the culture around us, or
A recent study suggests that 47-percent of Christians between the ages of 20 and 34 believe evangelism is wrong. Go ahead and re-read that