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    Here at Dale Ridge you will find a loving, committed group of believers doing our best to follow in the footprints of Jesus Christ. We strive to deeply develop our relationship with God through study, fellowship, and service.

 

We love our visitors and hope you find your experience uplifting and focused on the sincere worship of God!

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7165 Cloverdale Rd NW

Roanoke, VA 24019

"Back to the Bible" a simple Bible study method that anyone can use. The three lessons are meant to be used in a sit-down Bible study with a prospect. Each lesson introduces the student to Bible truths that stand in contrast to the doctrines of men. The format is simple. For most questions, you look up a Bible verse, read the verse, and answer the straightforward question. 
Please Come Back To The Bible

Visit Us This Sunday

Bible Class:  9:30 - 10:15

Subject: A study of Matthew directed by: Deron Smith

 

After preparing our minds in Bible Study, we then Worship and Praise Our Creator

@  10:30am

 

During which:

 

 "Communion" This Sunday,

 In memory of Jesus, Who died so that we can live.

We are online also. Follow these instructions.

ON-LINE ACCESS: Please join from your computer, tablet, or smartphone.

 

To Join us online

Type or copy/paste the following on your search line: GoToMeet.me/DaleRideChurchofChrist

Use Access Code 345-551-253

To Join by Phone (listen only)

Call +1-571-317-3116; Use Access Code 345-551-253

Bible Class:  9:30 - 10:15

Come Worship Our Creator @  10:30am

CAUTION: 

Tuning in "virtually" was never intended to take the  place of gathering together, enjoying fellowship, receiving and giving each other encouragement. Christians should love to gather on the first day of the week just as the early Church did. (Acts 20:7)

The middle of the week is a super time to Recharge just when we need it. 

Join us,  Wednesday evening @ 6PM.

(In Person Only) 

"Back To The Bible" series by Rob Whitacre via video.

Dale Ridge Loves Visitors!!!    B 1


 Teaching the truth in love. 
That's the way Jesus did it.
Discover a New Life IN Christ.


How Do We Get "In Christ"
Read Romans 6:3-5

Afraid to witness "Cold Turkey" to others about Jesus?

Then... 

Tell them To visit Our Web Page
daleridgechurchofchrist.net
Yep, It's That Easy!

How many of our sins are forgiven in Baptism?  Acts 22:16

ALL OF THEM
Breaking News!!!
Leading scholars have found one thing God has left completely out of the Bible. It's
"Our Opinion"

Don't be mis-lead by following someones Opinion, check out Gods Word.

A Child's Glory

 

Concerning fathers Solomon says,

 

Grandchildren are the crown of old men, and the glory of sons is their fathers.
- Proverbs 17:6

  There was a special celebration of belonging to and coming forth from a man you could call your father in Solomon's day. Fathers took pride in children but the writer emphasizes that children also gloried in who their father was.

  If a child's glory was his father, then a child without a father was missing his innate, inherent glory. This phenomenon can be seen today as so many boys and girls struggle with issue of identity and self-worth because they are denied the glory of their fathers through death or abandonment.

  Without ownership of basic fatherly glory one seeks to create an image of glory from other sources and consequently becomes vulnerable to the false glory offered by the make-believe men and women of advertisers and Hollywood. Children with guns, children with drugs and alcohol, young people with cynical attitudes and a desire only for the pleasures of things are simply reflecting the false glory they have adopted because there is precious little fatherly glory in their lives.

  Children need the glory of their fathers in order to learn their own sense of worth. Fathers need to pass on their glory so their sons and daughters can know not only who they are but that who they are is a glorious thing.             Mike M.

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