May 22, 2022 •  Bro Jonah Lowrance & Elder Bryce Lowrance

May 22, 2022 • Bro Jonah Lowrance & Elder Bryce Lowrance

Living and Praying in Babylon • Brother Jonah Lowrance & Elder Bryce Lowrance Brother Jonah ably presents the way we ought to live in a world that is against us by showing what Daniel and his friends did when facing adversity in Daniel, Chapter 2. Daniel prayed and immersed himself in church fellowship while waiting on the Lord to answer and help. Elder Bryce continues with the same theme in 1st Timothy, Chapter 2 and reminds us that it our duty to pray for our leaders and all those in authority over us. This is not so that they we get our way politically, but that we may continue to worship freely.
May 15, 2022 •  Elder Bryce Lowrance

May 15, 2022 • Elder Bryce Lowrance

Colossians 8 “How Do We Receive Christ?” Colossians 2:6 • Elder Bryce Lowrance How do we receive Christ? How a person answers that question greatly affects how they walk in Christ. If salvation be by man’s will or works, then our continued works are the grounds for our justification before a Holy God. However, if salvation is by grace plus nothing, then we are secure in the finished work of Christ. God gets all the glory for salvation, and we can walk in humble obedience out of just pure thankfulness.
May 8, 2022 •  Bro Jonah Lowrance & Elder Bryce Lowrance

May 8, 2022 • Bro Jonah Lowrance & Elder Bryce Lowrance

Daniel, Chapter 1 • Brother Jonah Lowrance Brother Jonah begins in Proverbs, Chapter 3 with a text that Daniel and King Hezekiah would have both known. There, Solomon teaches that we are to acknowledge God in everything we do. Jonah then shows how Hezekiah was blessed throughout his life but eventually forsook this counsel and Judah was taken into captivity because of his sin. In contrast, Daniel continues to follow the Lord and seek His ways throughout his entire captivity in Babylon.
Elder Bryce Lowrance goes back to 1st Kings, Chapter 20 showing that King Hezekiah was very selfish when he responded to Isaiah. He was glad that Israel would not suffer while he was alive. We are to take care that we are not selfish in our discipleship. We need to continue like Daniel and live for God by living for others.
May 1, 2022 •  Elder Bryce Lowrance

May 1, 2022 • Elder Bryce Lowrance

Colossians 7 “When Church Works” Colossians 2:1-5 • Elder Bryce Lowrance When the pastor that the Lord has chosen to feed His flock faithfully delivers the whole counsel of God, and when the congregation responds in thankful obedience, the glory of the perfect and finished work of Christ is revealed. God is greatly praised. And the church members grow closer together in the riches of the full assurance of salvation.
April 24, 2022 • Bro. Jonah Lowrance & Elder Bryce Lowrance

April 24, 2022 • Bro. Jonah Lowrance & Elder Bryce Lowrance

“An Introduction to the Book of Daniel” • Brother Jonah Lowrance
Brother Jonah sets the historical background of the life of Daniel and the nation of Israel when Nebuchadnezzar takes the sons of the kings captive. He shows that theme throughout the twelve chapters is the coming kingdom of Jesus Christ.
Colossians 6. “The Preeminence of Christ’s Church” Colossians 1:24-29 • Elder Bryce Lowrance Elder Bryce continues the series of messages on Paul’s letter to the Colossians church. This message shows that the church of the Lord Jesus Christ is the most important organization on earth because it is the method whereby God reveals everything we need to know about Him, ourselves, and salvation.

April 17, 2022 • Eld. Bryce Lowrance – The Seven Sayings on the Cross

April 17, 2022 • Eld. Bryce Lowrance – The Seven Sayings on the Cross

The Seven Sayings of Christ on the Cross
Jesus taught us several things with the last few things He spoke as He died for our sins on the cross. 1.At our worst, God forgives. 2. When we die, we get to be immediately with Jesus in Heaven. 3. We should care for one another, especially our parents and the elderly. J4. esus died alone so that we would never have to be alone. 5. Jesus died as a man so that we can have the hope of being raised in our flesh like Him. 6. Jesus declared that the work He came to do was finished. 7. Satisfied that He had saved God’s children to the uttermost, Jesus commended His victorious spirit to the Father. We should therefore rest in the finished work of Jesus Christ.
This message was preached on April 17, 2022.
April 10, 2022 • Eld. Bryce Lowrance

April 10, 2022 • Eld. Bryce Lowrance

Colossians 5 • The Preeminence of Christ in His Church Colossians 1:18-23
Christ is the head of the church because He died for the elect of God. He has the preeminence in the local church because His resurrection is the power that will raise His people from the dead and fuels their faith to be able to believe the gospel.
This message was preached on April 10, 2022.
April 3, 2022 • Bro. Jonah Lowrance & Eld. Bryce Lowrance

April 3, 2022 • Bro. Jonah Lowrance & Eld. Bryce Lowrance

Brother Jonah Lowrance “Sowing to the Spirit” • Galatians 6:6-18
Brother Jonah’s completes his series on the Galatian letter with Paul’s charge to live a life devoted to Christ.
Elder Bryce Lowrance “The Preeminence of Christ in Creation” • Colossians 1:15-17 Jesus Christ is the Creator God Who made and sustains all things by the word of His power. Not only did He make all things, He made all things for Himself. Therefore, Jesus deserves all the praise of every man.
March 27, 2022 • Elder Bryce Lowrance

March 27, 2022 • Elder Bryce Lowrance

Elder Bryce Lowrance “Paul’s Prayer for the Colossians” • Colossians 1:9-14 Paul prays for three things for these brethren and they all relate to the mind. He prays for their knowledge of God to increase, their walk to be led by wisdom, and their minds to be knit together with the mind of Chris. He prays this so that they would would glorify God even more in their daily walk. The more we know about Who God is and how much He has blessed us by His grace, the more we are moved to love out of thankfulness.
March 20, 2022 • Elder Bryce Lowrance

March 20, 2022 • Elder Bryce Lowrance

Elder Bryce Lowrance “Thanksgiving” • Colossians 1:3-8 Upon hearing of the behavior of the brethren at the church in Colossae from Epaphras, the Apostle Paul thanks God for their faith in Jesus Christ which is exhibited in their love for their fellow saints of God. Paul further thanks God for the hope of eternal joy that is promised to God’s children, and is secure in the finished work of Jesus Christ.