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Mission: We seek the same path to God taught by His Son that is found in the New Testament. Believing that Jesus was the Christ, the fulfillment of God’s plan to bring salvation to man, we exist as a church to carry out the Savior’s work. Our mission centers around teaching God’s word to those interested in learning it and encouraging one another in our spiritual growth. We seek to by-pass all the traditions that have been piled up in the name of Christ and cut through all the edits done to Christianity. We simply seek the lifestyle, worship, and work in which the first Christians were involved. By following the New Testament example we can know we are doing what God wants. This benefit both us and those we seek to serve.
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The Old Testament frequently portrays God as a warrior and God's people as his troops in need of his strength. Today, Christians are also at war except the outcome has already been decided. This Sunday at 10:30AM, find out how God strengthens and equips his people to face the many challenges posed by the enemy. Livestream this lesson at our website https://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org or our YouTube page https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/featured
One of the central claims of the Christian faith is the return of Christ in the day of judgment. Jesus taught there would come a day when all of humanity would be separated into two groups and judged based on their response to the gospel. But in the meantime, believers and unbelievers coexist creating a host of challenges. Join us this Sunday as Jesus teaches us how to meet those challenges in the parable of the weeds of the field. You can livestream the entire service at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/featured or our website at https://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org.
What's the point of listening to a sermon? Why is preaching still a thing in the church? Isn't it an antiquated way of communicating? This Sunday we receive a refresher course on the power of preaching that applies not only to the pulpit but to our personal lives as well. Sometimes we forget how powerful the proclamation of the gospel is (Romans 1:16). If you can't make it in person you can livestream this lesson and the whole service at http://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org/ or on our YouTube page at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/featured
Things that are so central and important to Christians like the Lord's supper can easily lose their significance. This is not a criticism! It is precisely because the Lord's supper is so central to our faith that it is always in danger of becoming marginal. Join us this Sunday as we devote our time to reminding each other to remember the Lord's sacrifice and what it means for us.
God had an appointed time when he would change everything. He fixed that time before he laid the foundations of the world. It was a time when slaves would be freed, the blind would be given sight and the poor would become rich. When the time finally came he sent his Son Jesus into the world. And he changed everything! This Sunday @ 10:30AM, find out what it means to be living as a Christian in this era of blessing.
What is God's vision for his church? Through the cross and resurrection of Christ, God has created a new community of people in his own image. In this lesson the apostle Paul teaches us the fundamentals of Christian thinking and behavior as well as what drives that thinking and behavior. Join us this Sunday @ 10:30AM to find out more! If you can't make it in person feel free to livestream the sermon and the whole service on our website @ https://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org or our YouTube channel @ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw
The people of God are devoted to prayer. But developing a healthy prayer life is difficult. This is why Jesus not only warns and instructs his disciples about prayer (Mt. 6:5-15) but encourages them to pray as well (Mt. 7:7-12). Join us this Sunday as we worship the Lord Jesus and listen to his words on the benefits of praying to a perfectly wise, loving and good heavenly Father.
"The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. I came that they may have life and have it abundantly." -- Jesus
Join us this Sunday as we discuss three reasons why the life Jesus gives is the best life. #livingmybestlife finds its "Amen" in Jesus!
As restrictions from COVID-19 are slowly being lifted across the country, many Christians are emerging from their homes to publicly worship the Lord with their church families. Though believers are thankful for this new beginning the return is marked by the shadow of the virus, national crisis and current political turmoil. How did the returning Judean exiles handle their return home? Join us tomorrow morning at 10:30 AM as we study three things that characterized Israel’s “Return from Exile.”
Believe it or not, anger is not all bad in the Bible. After all, Jesus got angry on occasion! But what place does anger have in the life of a Christian? Find out this Sunday at 10:30AM as we learn from God's word how to process the emotion of anger. If you can't make it to our worship assembly (don't get angry!), you can livestream this lesson on our website or our YouTube page. Links in the comments section below.
This Sunday the Dulles church family is coming together publicly for the first time in 3 months! While we are joyful to return to worship the Lord together, it seems more appropriate to mourn rather than laugh during this difficult time for so many in our nation. You are welcome to join us this Sunday at 10:30AM for prayer, worship and a lesson from God's word that speaks into the current national crisis. If you can't make it try live-streaming the service and the lesson from our website at https://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org or our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/featured
Self-deception. It's a danger we all face and, by the time we notice we're deceived, it's already too late. How can we guard against believing a lie? By listening, accepting and following the truth of God's word. Find out how you can live out the message of the gospel this Sunday @ 10.30AM. You can livestream this lesson from our website @ https://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org or our YouTube page @ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/featured
When there is confusion, frustration, anger and division we need wisdom more than ever. Wisdom to close our mouths and to listen to others. Wisdom to be open to reason. Wisdom to be merciful. Wisdom to respond with gentleness and fairness. Wisdom to make peace where there has been conflict. God knows how desperately we need wisdom which is why he has offered it to anyone who will ask in faith (James 1:5). Join us @ 10:30AM this Sunday to hear more about how God can make "Peace Through Wisdom" in your life. You can livestream this lesson from our website @ https://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org or our YouTube page @ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/featured
Names are important in the Bible because they often reflect the character of the person wearing them. But what happens when God changes a person's name? Join us online this Sunday @ 10:30AM as we tell the story of how one person was transformed after an encounter with God. To find out how this story applies to you livestream this lesson from our website @ https://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org or our YouTube page @ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/featured
What should Christians do when their convictions clash with the surrounding culture? Find out how three exiled Hebrews responded to the pressures of society to conform with loving, peaceful resistance.
You can livestream this lesson on "Clash of Kingdoms!" this Sunday 5/17 at 10.30 AM on our website https://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org or our YouTube page https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/featured
Do you believe the world could change for the better? Do you believe that you could make a difference? God's wants to partner with you to bring his kingdom to bear upon the world. Find out how this Sunday @ 10:30AM by live-streaming this lesson @ https://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org or https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/featured
Long ago a voice cried out in the wilderness that signaled the end of an old age and the beginning of a new one. Find out more by live-streaming the sermon tomorrow morning @ 10:30 AM EST at dulleschurchofchrist.org or https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw.
The outbreak has thrown our routines into chaos. While many are working overtime and sacrificing much in the process, others are experiencing a slower pace and an empty schedule. If you're wondering how best to use your time during lockdown, this lesson is for you! Jesus and his disciples voluntarily isolated themselves from society on a regular basis. Find out why by livestreaming the lesson this Sunday @ 10:30AM at https://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org or https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/featured.
What is the resurrection to you? Join us tomorrow at 10.30AM EST as we discuss four important truths about the resurrection of Jesus. For now, think about the fact that, because Jesus was raised from the dead, we live in a world where death no longer gets the last word! You can livestream this lesson through our website dulleschurchofchrist.org or by watching at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw
How can people of faith respond to the evil in this world without being flippant and downplaying it? How can they respond to pain and suffering without becoming bitter and in despair? The answer is lament and it's a discipline that many Christians have either forgotten or never learned. Find out how you can give voice to your pain and process your anguish through the discipline of prayer this Sunday at 10:30AM. You can livestream this lesson @ dulleschurchofchrist.org or find it on our YouTube page @ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw
The outbreak of COVID-19 has many people asking questions about God and even questioning God. What does the Bible have to say about the reality of such tragedies like disease? How should people of faith respond in trying times? God speaks in the storms of life. But will we listen? You can livestream this lesson at dulleschurchofchrist.org or find us on our YouTube page @ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/featured
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Does all the bad news have you down? Thankfully there is good news to report! You are invited to hear the good news tomorrow morning at 10:30 AM. We will be streaming a lesson on God's generosity live on our website dulleschurchofchrist.org and on our YouTube page.
Following the declaration of a National Emergency and in an abundance of caution, we have decided to cancel this week's worship service Sunday (3/15) and Bible study Wednesday (3/18).
We encourage our members to visit our website on Sunday (3/15) at 10:30 a.m., to view a live-stream lesson from our evangelist.
For more information, visit: http://bit.ly/2TNrImO
Memories can be such a blessing, places we can go in our minds to enjoy the past. But there are some memories we would rather forget. We all have a morally checkered past so what do we do with the bad memories of destructive choices and the things we wish we hadn't done? The answer is found in the forgiveness that God offers to us in Christ. Find out more via live-stream this Sunday at 10.30am as we discuss "Our Past, In Christ."
Americans all want to live free but what does freedom look like? We often think that freedom can only be enjoyed outside of limitations and restrictions. In our culture, all authority is suspect and the "establishment" (whether political or religious) is responsible for all the oppression, tyranny, and injustice in the world. It may interest you to know that God's first words to humanity were, "You are free..." (Gen. 2:16). Find out more about God's design for you to live a truly free life this Sunday morning at 10.30AM as we examine Psalm 119.
If we took a poll today asking who Jesus was, there would be a variety of answers. Some would say he was a good teacher. Others might say he was a prophet. But there are those who say and believe that Jesus is "the Messiah, the Son of the living God." With such people, Jesus is building a community called his "church" that still exists today. Find out more this Sunday @ 10.30AM.
Aeschylus, c.458 BC - "When a man has died, and his blood is spilled on the ground, there is no resurrection." Jesus, c.30 AD - "I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die." (John 11:25)
Why do some people praise God despite their suffering while others blame God as the cause for their suffering? The book of James teaches us that each response to life's trials is a matter of perspective and having the right perspective makes all the difference. This Sunday, find out how the ugliest situations can produce some of life's most beautiful outcomes when we face them believing that "God is good all the time."
At the center of the Bible is God's promise to judge the world and fix this big mess we're in. He signaled that coming day in a kind of preliminary judgment by raising Jesus from the dead and crowning him Lord of heaven and earth. But Christians are still waiting for God to fulfill his ultimate promise of Jesus' return to eradicate evil and death once and for all.
While that promise of future justice fills those who believe it with hope and strength to face the current problems of life, many who don't laugh it off dismissively. Things were much the same 2,000 years ago when the apostle Peter defended and affirmed God's promises. Find out more this Sunday!
When a judge rules in our favor we have been "vindicated" or "justified." What should we do if we've been wronged? Or worse, what should we do if we're in the wrong? Jesus teaches us in back-to-back parables that taking our case to God in prayer can make things right in each case. Find out more this Sunday at 10:30AM.
Barnabas (which means "son of encouragement") earned his nickname by strengthening Christians wherever he went. Find out how he did this and why it matters this Sunday at 10.30AM. We are pleased to welcome guest speaker Eric Reynolds this weekend!
Where is God in our suffering? People of faith have been asking God that question for thousands of years. Maybe you have too. The apostle Paul answers with something of a paradox. In those moments of pain when God feels farthest away, he is, in the person of the Spirit, suffering right along with the Christian. Find out more about this unique aspect of the Spirit's role this Sunday at 10:30AM.
Why does the church exist? What is its purpose? Join us this Sunday as we study the identity and purpose of God's people in the Old Testament, New Testament, and today!
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"Empowering the church... Evangelizing the world!"
Sundays: 9:30 & 11A
We Preach Christ Resurrected and help people grow in Spirit and stand blameless, holy & righteous during the rapture !
Welcome to the premier preschool in Loudoun County. We take great joy in helping our children form foundations for joyful, life-long learning. St. David's Preschool..."where a child's work is play!"
Services at 8, 9:30, & 11 AM each Sunday Go to our website at http://www.oswlc.org/ to find out more about us.
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CKids is the children's ministry of Community Church in Ashburn, Va. The CKids page is a place for parents to leverage the lessons being taught on Sundays and to stay informed on all things CKids!
BCC is a church that seeks to find God's insights into the challenges that we face today. You will find a friendly group of people who believe that Christianity holds the insights to these challenges.
Promotion of Upward Sports through CFC/CCS that brings the message of Jesus Christ through sports to kids grades K - 6th.