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During this pandemic, don’t quarantine your kids from the gospel

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A few of OBC's children's ministry leaders weigh in on some resources for engaging your children with the gospel during a global pandemic -- or any time....

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A Walk Through Holy Week

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A day-by-day journey through Holy Week....

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The Grace of Fellowship

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The Grace of Fellowship "It is grace, nothing but grace, that we are allowed to live in community with Christian brethren."Dietrich Bonhoeffer,Life Together As COVID-19 has prevented us from gathering together for worship, I was reminded of Bonhoeffer's meditations on the value of fellowship. Bonhoeffer's classic on Christian community was written during a time when the...

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An Important Survey for Occoquan Bible Church

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A Spiritual Care Survey for Occoquan Bible Church April 2020...

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Eternal Perspective in a Time of Isolation (Sunday, March 22, 2020)

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As we gather for worship in our homes this Sunday, we invite you to do the following: Sing 1. Listen or sing along with this Spotify playlist. Read Psalm 90 and Listen 2. Listen to David's devotional message on Psalm 90: Eternal Perspective in a Time of Isolation Discuss 3. Talk through the discussion questions below with your family, friends, and/or roomma...

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OBC Ministry News: A Video from the Elders

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Watch this video from the elders to learn more about what's happening in OBC's ministries as we practice "social distancing." Let us consider how to stay connected and care for one another during these days!...

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Thinking Christianly in the Day of the Coronavirus

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Dear OBC Family, In response to the global pandemic of COVID-19, your elders want to share a few thoughts with you related to our gatherings at Occoquan Bible Church. While we are not medical professionals and cannot tell you what to do medically, and while we do believe that this illness is serious, we also believe that the reporting of this disease has often been deli...

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Salvation Belongs to the Lord: A Few Thoughts on John 3:16

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For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son,that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. John 3:16 John 3:16 is a wonderful and familiar verse. It is wonderful, as it encapsulates the gospel in a single verse. Impelled by love, God sent his son to die in the place of sinners, so that in the resurrection, those who believe on him will...

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Caring for One Another

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New Sunday school and Community Groups series for March 2020...

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Seeing is Believing: The Importance of Seeing Jesus in God’s Word

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Our sermon series is called "Seeing is Believing." And this week we will see why. Throughout John 1, we see how John leads his readers to look at Jesus. This is achieved by an overwhelming attention to words that focus on seeing and actions that facilitate sight. Consider a few ways this happens. First, you have fourteen places where sight is mentioned explicitly. Joh...

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