Dulles Church of Christ

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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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In Christ, God has made something new: a new society of people who are unified but not uniform. Those who make up God's church share the same faith but are diverse in their cultural backgrounds, abilities, and experiences. In Christ, our diversity is a strength. Join us in person for a socially distanced service or online at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw this Sunday @ 10:30AM as we unpack the apostle Paul's words in Ephesians 4:1-16.

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Due to inclement weather, worship services at the building are canceled this morning. You can livestream the sermon from home at 10:30am at https://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org/

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We've all read stories or seen movies which end with a last minute intervention. Just before we've lost all hope, something new happens that changes everything. This is the mood the apostle Paul creates in Romans chapters 1-3. All humanity stands condemned before God and there doesn't seem to be any hope... until Paul says, "But now"! This lesson will be taken from Paul's compact summary of God's plan of salvation in Romans 3:21-26. Hear and share the good news this Sunday at 10:30AM in person for a socially-distanced worship service or online at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/live

Many people see Jesus' teaching on repentance merely as an ultimatum ("Repent or else!"). While there is serious warning in his words there is also amazing grace. When we turn to the Lord we find life itself. This Sunday's lesson from Luke 13 is meant to help you do just that. Join us in person or stream the service online at 10:30AM at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/live

Just because the world is shaking doesn't mean you have to shake with it. Jesus came to bring "a kingdom that cannot be shaken" (Heb. 12:28). Join us this Sunday at 10:30AM in person or online as we worship our God and find hope and courage together in the words of Psalm 46. Livestream the service here https://www.youtube.com/cha.../UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/live

While Christ's return is a certainty, the timing of his return is a mystery. Jesus explains this to his disciples on many occasions and warns them to be ready. This lesson from Luke chapter 12 will encourage us to be ready and give practical examples of what we can be doing now to prepare for that future day. Join us in person or online at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/live

"If anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation!" We make New Year's resolutions but God makes "all things new." This Sunday at 10:30AM, find out how God is doing a new thing in everyone who comes to his Son Jesus. Start 2021 off right -- join us in person or online at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw

Christmas has come and, at least once during the year, the eyes of the world are upon Jesus. Despite many misconceptions about his birth and the dubious origins of the holiday itself, this is a good thing because it opens the door to discuss the significance and eternal relevance of Christ's birth. In Luke 2:21-40, Luke sketches a portrait of the infant Messiah that reveals Jesus' true nature and his purpose for coming into the world. Join us tomorrow morning at 10:30AM in person or online at https://youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw

God's people are called for special service. Knowing this gives meaning and purpose to our life. In last week's lesson, we saw the vision of God’s glory and discovered what the reality of God’s presence means for us today (Ezekiel 1). In this lesson, we will see the hardness of God’s people and the mission of God’s prophet (Ezekiel 2-3), noticing some striking parallels between Ezekiel and Christians today.

Join us tomorrow at 10:30AM in person for a socially-distanced service or livestream it online at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/live

When God's people feel lost, confused, calloused or heartbroken, they need a fresh perspective. A new vision can wake us up to reality and rouse us from a spiritual slump. That's exactly what God gives Ezekiel, a would-be priest in Babylonian exile. Ezekiel wrote down what he saw so that we can share in his vision and gain his perspective. Join us tomorrow morning at 10:30 AM in person or online at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/live

Though possessing faith in Jesus is essential, there are varying degrees of faith. On a number of occasions, usually after a particularly challenging teaching, those who already had faith in Jesus asked him to "Increase our faith!" (Lk.17:5) Using the story of ancient Israel's exodus from Egypt we will learn how Jesus increases believers' faith today. Join us this Sunday @ 10:30AM or livestream this lesson and the entire worship service @ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/live

Did you know that if you are one of "the least in the kingdom" you're greater than people like king David, Elijah and Isaiah the prophet? Don't take my word for it, Jesus says so in Matthew 11:11. Find out what makes "the least in the kingdom" greater than the Old Testament prophets this Sunday @ 10:30AM. It may surprise you!

If you aren't able to join us in person, feel free to stream the sermon and entire service @ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/live.

God's people are warned throughout Scripture about the dangers of ingratitude and taught the blessings of a grateful heart. In Colossians 3:15-17, the Apostle Paul teaches us three important expressions of Christian gratitude that will shape our relationships with other Christians, our worship we offer to God and, in fact, everything we say and do. Join us in person or online this Sunday @ 10:30AM - livestream @ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/live

The phrase "Good Samaritan" is ubiquitous in our culture as a designation for good neighbors who help others in need. It comes, of course, from the well-known parable of Jesus. But this is much more than a simple moral tale of the importance of helping others. In fact, it has to do with the assurance of eternal life. Join us this Sunday @ 10:30AM as we discuss the relationship between "Compassion & Eternal Life" from Luke 10:25-37. Join us in person or online @ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/live

"My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?" That desolate cry came from the depth of the darkness of the cross for Jesus and yet it signaled the dawning of the light of the gospel for us. Join us this Sunday at 10:30AM as we follow Jesus into darkness and are led out into the light of life, peace, joy, forgiveness and so much more! If you can't make it in person you can livestream the lesson here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/live

The glory of God - we were made for this! When the glory of God departs, our lives are left hollow and meaningless and we are plunged into darkness. When we are filled with God's glory, our lives are given substance and brilliance and we can live as truly human beings. If you feel empty inside or like you are living in the dark this lesson is for you. The answer, of course, is Christ... but if you want to hear more about how God's glory affects you, visit us this Sunday @ 10:30AM or stream online @ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/live

Do you feel unfulfilled or discouraged in your faith? In Luke 10, Jesus commissioned 72 disciples to announce his coming as he made his way toward Jerusalem. In this passage, we learn about our Christian mission of evangelism. When we follow the clear orders from our King to proclaim the gospel of peace to the world, it not only gives us a sense of purpose and fulfillment (because we are doing the very thing we are designed to do) but it also gives us hope and courage during times of hardship. Join us in person tomorrow morning at 10:30 AM or online at http://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org/ and https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/live

Despite being people committed to "holding fast the word of life" (Phil. 2:16), Christians can still be influenced to devalue the truth of the gospel. Tomorrow's lesson will warn of five subtle ways God's people are in danger of abandoning the authority of Scripture and will give corresponding strategies we can use to combat them. If you're not able to make it in person, you can livestream this sermon and the whole service from our website @ http://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org/ or our YouTube page @ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/live

Paradoxically, God has always chosen to express his power through human weakness. In this Sunday's sermon we learn a valuable lesson from the apostle Paul: only when we recognize our weakness can we be strong in Christ. All are invited to our socially-distanced service tomorrow morning at 10:30AM and our livestreamed service at http://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org/ or https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/featured

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"Government" and "authority" are dirty words in our culture. Many have grown cynical and suspicious of the whole political system. What is the relationship between Christians and their government? How are Christians to be both citizens of their nation and citizens of heaven? We may be surprised (and definitely challenged!) to read what the Apostle Paul says concerning the "governing authorities" in Romans 13. Join us this Sunday @ 10.30AM as we worship Jesus, the Lord of heaven and earth, and learn more about "Citizenship." You can join us remotely at our website https://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org or our YouTube page https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/featured

"Government" and "authority" are dirty words in our culture. Many have grown cynical and suspicious of the whole political system. What is the relationship between Christians and their government? How are Christians to be both citizens of their nation and citizens of heaven? We may be surprised (and definitely challenged!) to read what the Apostle Paul says concerning the "governing authorities" in Romans 13. Join us this Sunday @ 10.30AM as we worship Jesus, the Lord of heaven and earth, and learn more about "Citizenship." You can join us remotely at our website https://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org or our YouTube page https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/featured

The Christian faith is a practical, fully integrated faith. When Christians show their devotion to Christ in the nitty gritty details of everyday life the truth of the gospel is proclaimed in a thousand varied voices. Join us this Sunday at 10:30AM as we learn 5 ways faith in Jesus can affect our daily life from Hebrews 13:1-6. Join us in person or online @ https://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org or https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/featured

S-B-N-R stands for "Spiritual But Not Religious." Is that you? Did you know that the Bible says it's good to be spiritual? But is being a "spiritual" person sufficient? Join us tomorrow morning at 10:30 as we compare the philosophical and practical implications of the New Age Spirituality - which is very much in vogue right now - with the Christian spirituality found in the Bible. If you can't make it in person, feel free to watch online at https://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org or https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/featured

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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

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