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.

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!

One of the most important roles of the Holy Spirit is to transform the lives of God's people. But how does that work and what part do we have in that process? Find out this Sunday at 10:30AM as we study how the Holy Spirit can change our lives.

Are you confused about the Holy Spirit? While the Bible makes it clear that the Spirit has an important role in the lives of God's people, there has been a great deal of confusion as to what that role is and how it is carried out. Join us this Sunday at 10:30AM as we get basic about the Holy Spirit.

How do you picture Jesus in your mind? You may imagine one of the famous Renaissance or Baroque depictions of Jesus (bearded, white robes, and definitely with a halo!). While those works of art may be beautiful they are not at all theologically helpful images. The apostle John recorded his experience of hearing and seeing the risen Jesus in the book of Revelation. His word-pictures paint a far more powerful, beautiful and accurate portrait of Jesus. If you want to "see" Jesus join us tomorrow morning at 10.30am.

Are you looking for God? It's often said when someone becomes a Christian that they have "found" God. While that's true it doesn't mean there isn't more to discover about him once he's been found! Sometimes, even the people who knew God best and loved him most still asked questions like, "Where are you God?" Whether you are a believer or an explorer you can find out how God can be found this Sunday.

We can't be right with God and wrong with one another. But how can two estranged Christians be reconciled? Watch a master bring the theology of reconciliation into practice as we discuss Paul's letter to Philemon this Sunday at 10:30am!

Jesus is the King! That's great news but how do we communicate it effectively to the people around us? Join us this Sunday as we learn from the example of a woman who gave her "testimony" of how Jesus changed her life.

Can people really change? Jesus believes we can! But how does real, lasting change come to our lives? Join us this Sunday as we learn from a surprising encounter between Jesus and a changed woman.

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God created us in His image as both emotional and rational beings. Properly coping with our emotions is an important part of our faith. This Sunday, find out how to manage the feeling of sadness through the discipline of prayer as we study Psalm 42-43.

Our world needs to see real faithfulness at work! The apostle Paul teaches us how we can be models of faithfulness to the watching world as we model our lives after the gospel. Join us this Sunday to find out more!

Lesson this Sunday!

The apostle Peter just assumes people will ask Christians why they live such hopeful lives so he tells believers to always be ready with an answer. But how can we articulate that answer in a convincing and gentle way? (1 Pet. 3:15) Find out this Sunday at 10:30AM!

Most people call the first four books of the New Testament "The Gospels." What are they all about and how can we read them for all they're worth? Are they histories or biographies of Jesus or are they something more? The short answer is Yes! Join us tomorrow morning at 10:30 to find out more.

In the end, we all long to hear God say to us, "Well done." What kind of life receives such a commendation from the Creator? Thankfully, God won't be looking over a heavenly spreadsheet of our deeds to see if the good outweighs the bad. What he is looking for, and what he promises to reward, is a life lived "by faith." Join us Sunday morning at 10:30 AM to find out what this "faith" is all about from Hebrews chapter 11.

Why did Jesus choose a wedding to perform his first "sign"? And why did he turn water into wine? Is this event historically accurate or is it, like many have suggested, just a pleasant but imaginary legend - something that never really happened but illustrates a deeper, more 'spiritual' truth? If you've ever wondered about these things then you may be interested to hear this Sunday's lesson.

Do you need a fresh start? Wouldn't it be amazing to leave the past behind and begin life all over again? Perhaps you've tried and failed to start over before and you wonder if real change is even possible. Not only is it possible, it is essential. Tomorrow morning at 10:30 AM, find out how regular people like us can be REBORN.

It's easy to become discouraged and disillusioned with all the evil and suffering in our world. When there is no justice, we lose all hope. If the God of the Bible is "just" what is he doing about it all? And what role, if any, do his people have in administering justice? You may be interested to find out the surprising shape the justice of God takes in the gospel.

God gives us wisdom in his word to develop healthy, joyful relationships with others. The health of those relationships has a great deal to do with how we speak to one another. Join us tomorrow morning as we learn how to be "quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger."

Tomorrow morning at 10:30AM we talk about the light at the end if the tunnel & why disciples of Jesus have every good reason to hope for a better future. Join us if you need the power of a living hope!

Who is God? How does one go about explaining Him? This question is not merely theoretical, it is immensely practical because we will eventually come to resemble what we worship (cf. Psa. 115:8). Come and see who God is as we study John 1:1-18 tomorrow morning at 10:30am.

The Bible is clear, from cover to cover, that God is primarily concerned with our hearts. When the Bible talks about the "heart" it's not talking about the organ that pumps blood through your body (though the health of that heart is important!), it's talking about who you really are, your spiritual personality, your 'inner' person. In tomorrow's lesson @ 10.30 AM, we'll discuss how we can examine our hearts in a kind of spiritual 'check-up'. Hope you can make it to hear "God's Word & My Heart."

God wants to fill our lives with His creative, resurrection power and He has granted us free access to that power through the forever-living Jesus! The apostle Paul outlines his peculiar and beautiful prayer for the Christians in Ephesus in Ephesians 3:14-21. But did you know any follower of Jesus can pray this same prayer? Join us tomorrow at 10:30am as we study this wonderful prayer.

Death is an unwelcome enemy in God's good world. Though we can't avoid it altogether, God can equip us to face it without fear. If you or a loved one is afraid of dying, Jesus says to those who follow Him, "Fear not... I died, and behold I am alive forevermore, and I have the keys of Death" (Revelation 1:17-18) Join us this Sunday morning to learn more!

Have you ever wondered, "What is God doing in my life?" Find out tomorrow at 10:30AM as we discuss the topic of providence and how God works in our lives today.

Are you curious but skeptical about the claims of Christianity? Join us this Sunday @ 10:30 AM.

Dulles Church of Christ

Looking for something to do this weekend? Join us for a special series of lessons.

Learn how 21st Century Evangelism...

FRIDAY 7:30p - Isn't that Different from 1st Century Evangelism

SATURDAY 6:00p - Means being Truthful about Repentance

SUNDAY 9:30a - Requires that We Build Faith (part 1)

SUNDAY 10:30a - Requires that We Build Faith (part 2)

SUNDAY 2:00p - Has a Role for Everyone

Dulles Church of Christ

Looking for something to do this weekend? Join us for a special series of lessons.

Learn how 21st Century Evangelism...

FRIDAY 7:30p - Isn't that Different from 1st Century Evangelism

SATURDAY 6:00p - Means being Truthful about Repentance

SUNDAY 9:30a - Requires that We Build Faith (part 1)

SUNDAY 10:30a - Requires that We Build Faith (part 2)

SUNDAY 2:00p - Has a Role for Everyone

Looking for something to do this weekend? Join us for a special series of lessons.

Learn how 21st Century Evangelism...

FRIDAY 7:30p - Isn't that Different from 1st Century Evangelism

SATURDAY 6:00p - Means being Truthful about Repentance

SUNDAY 9:30a - Requires that We Build Faith (part 1)

SUNDAY 10:30a - Requires that We Build Faith (part 2)

SUNDAY 2:00p - Has a Role for Everyone

Understanding the Lord's Supper

Have you ever wondered why we partake of the Lord's Supper? Listen to our latest lesson learn more.


This Presentation is by Grant Smith on May 12, 2019. Our partaking of the Lord's Supper, Celebrates our victory over sin, embodies Christ's fulfillment of th...


The biblical concept of faith extends beyond simply professing a belief. Listen to our latest lesson to learn how our call to faithfulness should manifest within our lives.


This presentation by Rick Reynolds on May 5, 2019. Faithful in Worship, Faithful to Moral Purity and Faithful to Bearing Fruit.

Philippians Overview

During his final imprisonment Paul sends a parting message to the Christians at Philippi. Hear how we can apply that same message today.


This presentation is by Grant Smith on April 28, 2019. Three Themes in Paul's Letter to Philippians, Press on, Rejoice, and Unselfish Service

Except Ye Become...

In Matthew 18, Jesus calls for his followers to take on the humility and sincerity of children. Hear why in our latest lesson.


This Presentation is by Rick Reynolds on April 21, 2019. Except Ye Become as little children to inherit the Kingdom of Heaven.

What does Jesus mean when he tells his disciples to humble themselves as children? Join us this Sunday @ 10:30am to find out.

When Disappointment Comes

How do we maintain faith through life's disappointments? Find out in our most recent lesson.


This presentation was delivered by Grant Smith on April 14, 2019. Overcoming disappointment from our situations, our failures and out peers.

Gideon's Great Exploits - The Rest of the Story - Judges 8

Gideon's Great Exploits - The Rest of the Story - Judges 8


This lesson was delivered by Rick Reynolds on 3/10/19 and is about Gideon and is a follow-on lesson from what was delivered on 2/24/19.

Nehemiah's Prayer - A Worker's Request to God

Nehemiah - A Worker's Request to God


This lesson was delivered by Grant Smith on 3/3/19 and is about Nehemiah's Prayer from the book of Nehemiah.

Daniel and Assimilation

Daniel and Assimilation


This lesson was presented by Craig Dezern on Feb 24th, 2019

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