OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

The middle section of Matthew 26 shows us the beginning of Jesus’ misery as he moves ever closer to the cross, and in this
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Beginning in November 2021, the Adult Sunday School class at Oakridge began working our way through the letter of Paul to the Romans. Below
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Philippians brims over with often quoted passages: ‘He who began a good work in you will perfect it until the day of Christ Jesus’
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Stephen Hawkins, one of the current elders at Oakridge Bible Chapel, addressed the Adult Sunday School class regarding the importance of and obstacles to
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The transition from First to Second Corinthians is not as seamless as one may assume. Yes, it’s the same congregation and the same author
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“And though she be but little, she is fierce.” Such is how Shakespeare’s Helena described her friend, Hermia, in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. An
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The most important question ever asked, and the most important response ever written. It may seem dramatic to say so, but that is really
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At first glance, the book of Jeremiah is a tough read. It’s long, prophetic, and largely sorrowful. In fact, A. W. Streane opens his
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After months of lockdowns and restrictions and shockingly quiet roadways, it seems like, for many of us, life has gotten busy again! And in
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In Matthew 12, we read one of the most pivotal moments in the entire gospel account: Jesus presents the evidence that he is the
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Welcome to another installment of “Well That’s Interesting” (you can find the first post with a detailed explanation of the series here, or bookmark
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Philip Melancthon, the great Reformation theologian, once said to his friend and mentor, Martin Luther, “Today you and I will discuss the governance of
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