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Lonnie Ray Jones

Minister

Blue Ridge Church of Christ

HQ Phone:  (706) 632-5923

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Blue Ridge Church of Christ

222 Harris Drive

Blue Ridge, Georgia,30513

United States

Company Description

Blue Ridge church of Christ is a non-denominational family of Christians seeking to serve the Lord in Spirit and in truth (JN.4:24). We seek to walk in the "old paths" of God adding not to His word nor taking away from His truth (Rev.22:18, Proverbs 30:6, Jere...more

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Education

East Tennessee School of Preaching and Missions


Hardin-Simmons University


Master's degree

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Masters of Divinity

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associates degree

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Lonnie Jones Jr. is a 2002 graduate from the "East Tennessee School of Preaching and Mission" located in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Lonnie has preached the gospel for 14 years and has been serving the congregation at Blue Ridge, Georgia since January 2009. He has also preached the gospel in seven states as well as over seas in New Zealand. Lonnie loves evangelism outreach efforts, "in order that others may know the Christ. While working in Pennsylvania, Lonnie was an instructor for the "Mid Atlantic School of Biblical Studies" a satellite school of Southeast School of Biblical Studies, formerly ETSPM. Additionally, Lonnie has taught as an adjunct faculty member for the "Georgia School of Preaching and Biblical Studies" at the Ellijay, Georgia campus. Lonnie has spoken on lectureships, gospel meetings, family retreats and youth events throughout the United States. He has also written for brotherhood publications. Currently, Lonnie served as the SESBS (East Tennessee School of Preaching and Missions) Alumni President from 2009 -2013. Lonnie and his wife Karen have been married for 22 years and are blessed with 3 children, Daniel, Allyson, and Olivia.


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Lonnie L. Jones Jr.
Lonnie L. Jones Jr., 44, of Blue Ridge, Ga. and a former resident of Cleveland, passed from this life on Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2016. He was a graduate of Bradley Central High School, where he played in the Bradley Marching Band. He graduated from Cleveland State Community College and attended the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He graduated from East Tennessee School of Preaching in Karns. He began his preaching as associate minister at Central Church of Christ in Cleveland where he grew up. He served at the Essex Church of Christ in Charleston, S.C., and also served as a minister at the Carlisle Church of Christ in Carlisle, Pa. For the past seven years he has served at the Blue Ridge church of Christ. He loved the Lord and shared it with everyone he met. He was a football fan of the Vanderbilt Commodores and the Pittsburgh Steelers. He was a man who loved his family and enjoyed spending time with them and simple activities, including his love for the Fannin County Band. He had a great spirit that would light up a room and a handshake that you knew you were loved.


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Lonnie Jones Jr., a former Cleveland resident and minister at Blue Ridge Church of Christ in Blue Ridge, Ga., is looking for an answer to his prayers.
The 1989 graduate of Bradley Central …


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Lonnie Jones Jr.: Seeking help in a time of need
Lonnie Jones Jr., a former Cleveland resident and minister at Blue Ridge Church of Christ in Blue Ridge, Ga., is looking for an answer to his prayers. LONNIE JONES JR., a former Cleveland resident, is asking the community to help save his life by getting tested for donating a kidney so he can continue to enjoy his family and lead a productive life. While waiting on a kidney donor in 2013, it was discovered that Jones had five blocked arteries and needed bypass heart surgery. LONNIE JONES JR., a former Cleveland resident, is asking the community to help save his life by getting tested for donating a kidney so he can continue to enjoy his family and lead a productive life. While waiting on a kidney donor in 2013, it was discovered that Jones had five blocked arteries and needed bypass heart surgery. Jones is seen with his family during the graduation of his oldest son, Daniel. From left are Jones Jr., Olivia, 10, Daniel, 20, Allyson, 13, and his wife, Karen. Jones is seen with his family during the graduation of his oldest son, Daniel. Jones married his high school sweetheart, Karen, May 15, 1993 Lonnie Jones Jr., a former Cleveland resident and minister at Blue Ridge Church of Christ in Blue Ridge, Ga., is looking for an answer to his prayers. The 1989 graduate of Bradley Central High School who lost the use of both kidneys in the 1990s had a transplant that lasted more than a decade. But, he is now in desperate need of another kidney. Currently, he makes three trips to dialysis each week, hoping and praying that he will be blessed with another kidney soon. After 22 years of marriage, Jones, his wife, Karen, and their three children, Daniel, Allyson and Olivia, have never been closer and more united in their faith that they will not be forsaken or forgotten in their time of need. "I am hoping and praying for that gift of life to happen," Jones said. Shortly after his high school graduation, Jones was struck with an inexplicable illness involving the inflammation of his small blood vessels. Despite his health issues, Jones continued his education at Cleveland State Community College and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, eventually graduating from the Southeast Institute of Biblical Studies, in Knoxville. Gradually, his kidneys finally failed him and Jones was in need of a life-saving transplant. In March 2000, he received a kidney transplant from his uncle, Dan Haskins, which was a success until 2013. On Feb. 8, 2013, Jones' situation became critical. He suddenly developed acute respiratory distress syndrome, which occurs when fluid builds up in the air sacs in the lungs and deprives the organs of the oxygen they need to function, resulting in severe shortness of breath. Jones was rushed to Erlanger Hospital in Chattanooga and placed in the intensive care unit. His wife gave permission to insert a tube into her husband's trachea for ventilation. The condition affected his donated kidney so severely that he was put into a drug-induced coma for more than a week before the hospital allowed him to return home. As if these trials were not enough, in September 2013 Jones suffered another setback when it was discovered that five of his arteries were blocked and he needed multiple bypass heart surgery to prevent what some call a "widowmaker" heart attack. Since then, Jones, who attended Central Church of Christ in Cleveland before moving to Blue Ridge, Ga., has been going for dialysis three days a week and is currently on the donor list at Erlanger. No one in his family has lost hope. As far as the difference a kidney transplant would make in comparison to using a dialysis machine three times a week, Jones said, "There's no way to compare the two. It's the difference between daylight and dark. Jones said transplant medicines are expensive, and he is grateful that Medicare covers all his medicines but one. "We appreciate any and all donations," Jones said. Jones said he and his family look forward to having their prayers answered, and will continue to be thankful for the life they have, and the life they look forward to, as they put their trust in God.


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