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Uniontown Church of Christ

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  • Education: Summit Theological Seminary
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  • Psalm 2: Our Nation Vs. Our God

    Contributed on Nov 7, 2020

    Psalm 2 shows us the folly of turning against God as a nation. God continues to call us back to Him.

    Jonathan Newlon Uniontown Church of Christ 4 November 2020 Psalm 2: Our Nations vs Our God Introduction The following story is taken directly from the U.S. Treasury website. The motto IN GOD WE TRUST was placed on United States coins largely because of the increased religious sentiment existing more

  • Matthew 5: The Beatitudes

    Contributed on Jul 21, 2020

    In this message, we are focusing on one simple word found throughout the Beatitudes: "Blessed."

    Jonathan Newlon Uniontown Church of Christ 18 July 2020 Sermon on the Mount: Beatitudes Introduction One of the most famous passages in Scripture not only to the Christian, but also to the secular world, is Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. This is also one of the most important passages in the New more

  • Hearts Without God

    Contributed on Jun 28, 2020

    What is the core issue behind the unrest in the United States and around the world? How should we as Christians respond?

    Jonathan Newlon Uniontown Church of Christ 25 June 2020 Reacting to our Modern Crisis: Hearts Without God Introduction When you turn on the news right now, what do you see? The major story blowing up all over the nation deals with racism, hate, corruption, violence, and protests. We see more

  • Being Worthy Of The Call Of Jesus

    Contributed on May 24, 2020
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    Paul tells us in Ephesians 4 to live in a manner worthy of the Calling to which we are called. Let's investigate!

    Jonathan Newlon Uniontown Church of Christ 23 May, 2020 Being Worthy of the Call of Jesus Introduction When I was a child, I looked to my dad for guidance. I still do. As I grew older, I remember my attitude changing a bit in terms of how I saw going against my father. When I was younger, I wanted more

  • Ephesians 3 What Did Paul Suffer For?

    Contributed on May 15, 2020
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    Paul suffered selflessly over the course of his ministry. Let's see how he suffered, what he suffered for, and ask ourselves if we are willing to do the same.

    Jonathan Newlon Uniontown Church of Christ 15 May 2020 What did Paul suffer for? Introduction In Ephesians 3, Paul mentions his suffering for the Lord, but more importantly, why he was willing to undergo that suffering. He was suffering for the sake of the Gospel. Over his ministry, he was beaten, more

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