Dulles Church of Christ

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04/23/2021

Jesus opens many doors for his people. These doors of opportunity lead to eternal life and advancing his cause in the world. The only question is whether or not we will walk through the doors he opens. This Sunday at 10:30AM we continue our series in Revelation 1-3 with Christ's letter to Philadelphia (Rev. 3:7-13). Join us in person or online @ https://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org & https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/live

Jesus opens many doors for his people. These doors of opportunity lead to eternal life and advancing his cause in the world. The only question is whether or not we will walk through the doors he opens. This Sunday at 10:30AM we continue our series in Revelation 1-3 with Christ's letter to Philadelphia (Rev. 3:7-13). Join us in person or online @ https://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org & https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/live

04/16/2021

In each of the seven letters in Revelation 2-3, Christ emphasizes one essential quality that every local church should possess. Christ's people must be known for their love, their willingness to suffer for his sake, their loyalty to the truth of the gospel, the holiness of their conduct, and also the reality of their faith. We may have a good reputation with others but what really matters is what Christ thinks about us. Throughout his ministry, Jesus emphasized the heart whereas others focused on appearances. In the letter to Sardis, Jesus wages war on religious hypocrisy among his people. "He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches" this Sunday at 10:30AM in person & online @ https://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org and https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/live

In each of the seven letters in Revelation 2-3, Christ emphasizes one essential quality that every local church should possess. Christ's people must be known for their love, their willingness to suffer for his sake, their loyalty to the truth of the gospel, the holiness of their conduct, and also the reality of their faith. We may have a good reputation with others but what really matters is what Christ thinks about us. Throughout his ministry, Jesus emphasized the heart whereas others focused on appearances. In the letter to Sardis, Jesus wages war on religious hypocrisy among his people. "He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches" this Sunday at 10:30AM in person & online @ https://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org and https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeszyvhhZNe2DRiMmVLWsuw/live

04/09/2021

Have you ever wondered what Jesus thinks of your local church? In the book of Revelation, the risen Lord addresses seven individual local churches and tells them what he thinks. In each one, Jesus highlights an important quality that must be alive in every church. This Sunday, we look at Christ's letter to the church in Thyatira where he emphasizes the importance of holiness. Christ saves people to live upright lives of purity in a crooked world of impurity. Find out more about this important mark of Christ's church this Sunday @ 10:30AM in person or online at dulleschurchofchrist.org

Have you ever wondered what Jesus thinks of your local church? In the book of Revelation, the risen Lord addresses seven individual local churches and tells them what he thinks. In each one, Jesus highlights an important quality that must be alive in every church. This Sunday, we look at Christ's letter to the church in Thyatira where he emphasizes the importance of holiness. Christ saves people to live upright lives of purity in a crooked world of impurity. Find out more about this important mark of Christ's church this Sunday @ 10:30AM in person or online at dulleschurchofchrist.org

04/02/2021

This Sunday, we continue our expository series through the seven letters in Revelation chapters 2-3. Along with love (Ephesus) and a willingness to suffer for Christ's sake (Smyrna), a local church should also be known for maintaining, defending and spreading the truth (Pergamum). Come join us Sunday @ 10:30AM in person or online at dulleschurchofchrist.org.

This Sunday, we continue our expository series through the seven letters in Revelation chapters 2-3. Along with love (Ephesus) and a willingness to suffer for Christ's sake (Smyrna), a local church should also be known for maintaining, defending and spreading the truth (Pergamum). Come join us Sunday @ 10:30AM in person or online at dulleschurchofchrist.org.

03/18/2021

This Sunday we take a break from our study in Revelation for a special lesson on deacons. What are deacons? Who can be a deacon? What is their function within the local church? And why are they so important in God's plan for us? The apostle Paul answers these questions and more in his instructions to Timothy in 1 Timothy 3:8-13. You can join us this Sunday at 10:30AM in person or view the service online at dulleschurchofchrist.org

This Sunday we take a break from our study in Revelation for a special lesson on deacons. What are deacons? Who can be a deacon? What is their function within the local church? And why are they so important in God's plan for us? The apostle Paul answers these questions and more in his instructions to Timothy in 1 Timothy 3:8-13. You can join us this Sunday at 10:30AM in person or view the service online at dulleschurchofchrist.org

03/13/2021

What does Christ think about us as a congregation? That is the question we aim to answer in this series of lessons from Revelation 2-3. In Christ's letter to the group in Smyrna we learn that a true church of Jesus Christ shares in suffering for their faith. While Christians must be prepared to live in tension with the world, Christ gives abundant grace to help us "be faithful," even "unto death" (Rev. 2:10). Join us this Sunday at 10:30AM in person or online at dulleschurchofchrist.org

What does Christ think about us as a congregation? That is the question we aim to answer in this series of lessons from Revelation 2-3. In Christ's letter to the group in Smyrna we learn that a true church of Jesus Christ shares in suffering for their faith. While Christians must be prepared to live in tension with the world, Christ gives abundant grace to help us "be faithful," even "unto death" (Rev. 2:10). Join us this Sunday at 10:30AM in person or online at dulleschurchofchrist.org

03/04/2021

What does Christ think about us as a congregation? That is the question we aim to answer in this series of lessons from Revelation 2-3. In Christ's letter to the group in Ephesus we learn that a living church is a loving church. The Bible, from cover to cover, emphasizes the centrality and supremacy of love (Mt. 22:34-40). Without it, we are nothing and in the dark. With it, we testify to the world of the truth of the gospel and shine brightly! This lesson, taken from Revelation 2:1-7, will bring fresh challenge and comfort to us. Join us this Sunday at 10:30AM in person or online @ dulleschurchofchrist.org.

What does Christ think about us as a congregation? That is the question we aim to answer in this series of lessons from Revelation 2-3. In Christ's letter to the group in Ephesus we learn that a living church is a loving church. The Bible, from cover to cover, emphasizes the centrality and supremacy of love (Mt. 22:34-40). Without it, we are nothing and in the dark. With it, we testify to the world of the truth of the gospel and shine brightly! This lesson, taken from Revelation 2:1-7, will bring fresh challenge and comfort to us. Join us this Sunday at 10:30AM in person or online @ dulleschurchofchrist.org.

02/25/2021

What does Christ think about his church? Thankfully, we don't have to wonder because, in Revelation chapters 2 and 3, he tells us. John was given a vision which he was told to record and send to seven congregations in the Roman province of Asia Minor. Each of these congregations received a letter from Jesus about their situation. But just because these letters were addressed to real, historical churches in the first century doesn't mean they are no longer relevant. Local churches today can learn a great deal about what Christ thinks of them through studying these letters. This is why, beginning this Sunday at 10:30AM, the Dulles church of Christ will begin a new series of sermons from Revelation 1-3. You can join us in person for a socially-distanced service or online at https://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org.

What does Christ think about his church? Thankfully, we don't have to wonder because, in Revelation chapters 2 and 3, he tells us. John was given a vision which he was told to record and send to seven congregations in the Roman province of Asia Minor. Each of these congregations received a letter from Jesus about their situation. But just because these letters were addressed to real, historical churches in the first century doesn't mean they are no longer relevant. Local churches today can learn a great deal about what Christ thinks of them through studying these letters. This is why, beginning this Sunday at 10:30AM, the Dulles church of Christ will begin a new series of sermons from Revelation 1-3. You can join us in person for a socially-distanced service or online at https://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org.

02/20/2021

The gospel will always receive a wide range of responses. Jesus teaches us in the Parable of the Sower that one's response to truth is due not to one's intellect but one's morality, the condition of one's heart (Lk. 8:15). In Acts 17, the same message was brought to three different groups of people and elicited three different responses. Which one best describes you? Find out tomorrow at 10:30AM, in person for a socially-distances worship service or online @ https://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org

The gospel will always receive a wide range of responses. Jesus teaches us in the Parable of the Sower that one's response to truth is due not to one's intellect but one's morality, the condition of one's heart (Lk. 8:15). In Acts 17, the same message was brought to three different groups of people and elicited three different responses. Which one best describes you? Find out tomorrow at 10:30AM, in person for a socially-distances worship service or online @ https://www.dulleschurchofchrist.org

[02/14/21]   The church plans to meet for worship at 2 pm tomorrow, instead of 10:30, hoping this will allow the ice to melt and roads and sidewalks to be safe for travel.

02/11/2021

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.

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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01/28/2021

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

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

01/22/2021

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

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

01/14/2021

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

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

01/08/2021

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

01/01/2021

"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

12/26/2020

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

12/19/2020

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

12/12/2020

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

12/04/2020

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

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