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Join us this Sunday for Bible Classes for all ages at 9:30am and stay for worship at 10:30am. We meet Sunday night at 6pm and Wednesdays at 7pm. We have a parking space just for you.

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470 Old Highway 290 Dripping Springs, TX 78620

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God’s Land: Part 3

Introduction “Sing to me of heaven, let me fondly dream, of its golden glory, of its pearly gleam. Sing to me when shadows of the evening fall; sing to me of heaven, sweetest song of all.” We’ve been singing that song for the past two weeks; the sweet, sweet song of eternity. Hopefully the things we have been studying will comfort you when the shadows fall on your life. I know by the end of this study all of our…

Sacred Worship: By Grace Bought Sinners

Introduction  The Nike company became famous for a single line, “Just do it.” The entire reason this slogan became popular is due to the fact that its very difficult to “Just do it.”  In fact, very rarely do we just “do something”—whether its a diet, our jobs, or even cleaning the house—there is often a greater motivation that pushes us to do it.  In Revelation John is given a simply command: “Worship God” (Rev. 22:9).  Seems easy enough—but why?  We’ve…

Sacred Worship: Offered in Spirit and Truth

Sacred Worship: Offered in Spirit and Truth  Introduction  Begin with a thought that really goes against the grain of modern Christian worship: God doesn’t have to accept the worship you give him (Gen. 4:3-5; Heb. 11:4; Heb. 12:28-29).  If my worship has to be acceptable, then that means that there are certain requirements.  Also implies that I can worship God in a way that is unacceptable.  We just assume that God has to accept—but throughout scripture he rejects sacrifices.  Of…

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Is the Church Just Another Social Club?

You come into a nicely furnished building and are warmly greeted. The service begins with a cordial welcome and announcements about sick members and upcoming service projects. You make a pledge of loyalty to a higher ethic and pay your dues. The service ends with the promise to meet again next week and you leave feeling encouraged and uplifted. Sound familiar? While this may seem like the description of a Sunday worship service, we just described your everyday Lion’s Club…

Why God’s Promises Matter To God’s People

From the beginning of scripture, we begin to recognize a unique characteristic of God: He makes and keeps promises. Early on, these promises are known as “Covenants” in which God enters into an agreement with humanity. For example, he promised Noah post-flood that he would not bring that form of judgment on the earth again (Gen. 9:11); He still keeps that promise today. He promised Abraham that He would give his descendants the land of Canaan (Gen. 13:14-16) and fulfills…

2018 Theme: Know the Message, Accept the Mission

What is Christianity all about? What does a disciple of Jesus look like in 2018? What does God desire for the Dripping Springs Church of Christ this year? As the leadership asked these questions, two things became apparent: we need to know what we believe, and we need to know how to share it with others. That is, we need to know the message of God and accept the mission of God. Why is this so important and how do…