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.
February 13, 2022 • Brother Jonah Lowrance and Elder Bryce Lowrance

February 13, 2022 • Brother Jonah Lowrance and Elder Bryce Lowrance

Galatians 4:21-31 • Paul’s Allegory – Brother Jonah Lowrance 
The true story of Abraham, Sarah, and Hagar is an allegory that teaches how the the church and the people of God should view the law. Any use of the law to seek justification is like Sarah giving Hagar to Abraham. This is not God’s chosen way. The law is to teach us about Jesus Christ – the only source of true and free justification and salvation.
Romans 8:1-3 • 2 Laws – Elder Bryce Lowrance Following up on the conclusions drawn by Brother Jonah, Elder Bryce shows that there are really only two laws regarding our salvation. One is the law of sin and death. The other is the law of the Spirit of life. If any aspect of a system of salvation gives even the smallest possibilities of eternal damnation it is a “law of sin and death.” True grace teaches that the finished work of Christ is sufficient for all the elect of God, and it leaves nothing in the hands of men. In Christ, we have no condemnation!
November 7, 2021 • Jonah & Bryce Lowrance

November 7, 2021 • Jonah & Bryce Lowrance

Brother Jonah Lowrance preaches from Galatians, Chapter 3 explaining to us what the true purpose of the law of Moses was. It was to show us the need we have for a savior and point us toward Jesus Christ. Any law we make for ourselves cannot save us Only the blood of Jesus Christ, the perfect sacrifice, is sufficient to redeem us.
Elder Bryce Lowrance preaches from Psalm 117. This Psalm is the shortest chapter in the Bible but it has a huge amount say about the reasons for praise to be given to God. God has done everything for us. Therefore, we owe praise to God in every aspect of our life.

May 30, 2021 Justification – Jonah and Bryce

Brother Jonah preaches from Galatians on the topic of attempting to justify ourselves by our own works. Elder Bryce continues with the same subject in Romans 7 and 8. We see from the example of the Apostle Paul that we will never find peace if we seek to justify ourselves outside of trusting and resting in the finished work of Christ. When we seek to love others, we fulfill the law, and we feel justified.