August 14, 2022 •  Elder Bryce Lowrance

August 14, 2022 • Elder Bryce Lowrance

Paul’s Fellows • Colossians 4:7-18Elder Bryce Lowrance – In this concluding message from his series on Colossians, Elder Lowrance tells us about Paul’s companions in ministry. These men are “fellows” of all sorts. They are Fellow-Laborers, Fellow-Ministers, Fellow-Servants, and Fellow-Prisoners. These types of relationships are vital to proper church doctrine because FELLOWSHIP is the key that binds churches together.
July 31, 2022 •  Brother Jonah Lowrance & Elder Bryce Lowrance

July 31, 2022 • Brother Jonah Lowrance & Elder Bryce Lowrance

Nebuchadnezzar’s Experience • Daniel Chapter 4 – Brother Jonah Lowrance Nebuchadnezzar was the most powerful king on earth during his day, but he tried to take credit for all the wonders of Babylon. God spoke to him through a dream, and then humbled him to spend 7 years as a beast of the field. At the end of his chastisement, Nebuchadnezzar makes one of the greatest claims of the power of God in all of scripture “all the inhabitants of the earth are reputed as nothing: and he doeth according to his will in the army of heaven, and among the inhabitants of the earth: and none can stay his hand, or say unto him, What doest thou?”
The W’s of Evangelism • Colossians 4:5-6 – Elder Bryce Lowrance After Paul teaches the church to pray for an open door for him to ably preach the gospel, he instructs the church how its members ought to live their daily lives. They are to act as God’s children toward them that are WITHOUT the church. In doing this, they are to WALK in WISDOM with their words being WITH grace, seasoned WITH salt. They are to make the most of every moment to glorify God and promote the kingdom of Christ.
July 24, 2022 •  Brother Jonah Lowrance & Elder Bryce Lowrance

July 24, 2022 • Brother Jonah Lowrance & Elder Bryce Lowrance

The New Nebuchadnezzar • Introduction to Daniel Chapter 4 – Brother Jonah Lowrance After a review of the character of Nebuchadnezzar and the attributes of God in the first three chapters, Brother Jonah shows us that something is now different about Nebuchadnezzar. In this preview, we find that Nebuchadnezzar himself will give an account of how God dealt with him directly.
How Do We Pray for the Ministry? • Colossians 4:2-4 – Elder Bryce Lowrance Continuing on the theme from the previous message that prayer is the powerhouse of the church, Elder Lowrance teaches how we should be praying for our ministers to have opportunities to share the gospel and be blessed to share it effectively. The focus of our prayers should be the advancement of the Kingdom of Christ in our communities.
July 17, 2022 •  Elder Bryce Lowrance

July 17, 2022 • Elder Bryce Lowrance

Prayer: The Powerhouse of the Church • Colossians 4:2-4 – Elder Bryce Lowrance A praying church is the salt of the earth and the light of the world. Prayer is the battering-ram of the church that calls upon God to break open the very gates of hell so that they cannot stand against the church. Paul calls upon all churches to be continually in prayer. Watching for needs in their community and looking for answered prayers. All the while, the supplications of the church should be mingled with praise and thanksgiving.
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 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.