About Jonathan & Bryan

Welcome!

Psalmslife is written and maintained by two people, Bryan Lowe and Jonathan Coe. These Christian friends have an enduring relationship of more than 30 years. They have finally come together as partners to study the Book of Psalms. They have two separate voices, but they strive to hear from one God. We really hope Psalms Life will bless you as you personally work-out the Psalms in your own life.

Bryan Lowe graduated from Alaska Bible Institute in 1984. He served with SOS Ministries in San Francisco, and with NLM in Mexico. A bonafide rascal with definite issues, who is seeking to be authentic in his faith to Jesus Christ. An avid reader and a hopeful writer. Husband and father. A pastor and Bible teacher.  Diagnosed as Bipolar Depression and disabled. Hepatitis C and also a brain trauma survivor. Enjoys life in Alaska.  Email: flash99603@hotmail.com. His other websites are http://brokenbelievers.com/ and http://crossquotes.org/.

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Jonathan Coe is a graduate of Bethel University and Bethel Theological Seminary and has served in both pastoral and campus ministry. In 2004 he was received into the Roman Catholic Church and now lives in Colville, Washington working as a writer in the area of Christian spirituality. He writes for audiences across denominational lines and will be coming out with a book with Tate Publishing later in 2013 presently titled “Letters from Fawn Creek: Wisdom for the Journey to the Gold Rush.” His personal site is http://www.openheavensblog.com/ .

3 thoughts on “About Jonathan & Bryan

  1. I am so glad I found your web site. I love the reading the Psalms and next year I plan to take the whole year and study them. What I have read so far will help me in my studies and I am looking forward to reading each one of them. Thank you for sharing your insights and wisdom on them. ~ Blessings ~

  2. Hi guys, I found you on Booguloo’s site. 🙂 And Jonathan – I live practically at Bethel’s back door! I’d be interested in hearing sometime about your conversion to Catholicism – I’m thinking along those same lines. God bless,
    Debb

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