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Josh Riley

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Name: Josh Riley
Date registered: 06/08/2010


Husband, father, teacher, coach, business management consultant, real estate guy, program manager, children's discipleship leader, weatherbug, writer, speaker, workshop presenter, 176 other things and founder of

Latest posts

  1. Seminoles, Idols, and War Eagles — 05/01/2014
  2. The One Thing That Should Scare a Christian — 29/10/2013
  3. Why I Listen To Old People — 24/08/2013
  4. Dallas Holm – Live Concert in 2012 — 21/06/2013
  5. 5 Ways Facebook (And Social Media) Can Strengthen Your Spiritual Life — 10/06/2013

Author's posts listings

Dec 06

Counseling and Worship: Kauflin and Powlison

15-minute conversation between Bob Kauflin (Sovereign Grace Ministries) and David Powlison (CCEF) on the relationship between counseling and worship. View videos and written synopsis at

Dec 05

Bad Night, Good Night

Sad night for Tim Tebow.  The Gators lost their shot at another National Championship and Tebow's shot at another Heisman may have gone down as well. I once heard a story about a kicker who missed a field goal that would have won the game.  Dejected, he sat on the field in disbelief.  The cameras …

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Nov 30

November, Thanksgiving, and Adoption

Both of our children came into our family through adoption. We are thankful for the gift of life two different college students gave to their offspring. By placing them for adoption they not only gave their babies life, but a loving, Christian home, where they would be loved by a husband and wife bound together in a covenant of marriage in the context of a local church body.

Sep 07

Joyful, Joyful

Our four year old son singing "Joyful Joyful" during the Shannon Tanner show at Hilton Head last week.

Nov 17

Better Is One Day…

My four year old son sings worship songs while playing with trains prior to going to church.  In this clip he sings Better Is One Day and Blessed Be Your Name.

Oct 03

Suffering, Non-American Style

Suffering.  Not a word I hear much when I stop on "Christian" TV networks these days.  We like to focus on more upbeat topics here in America.  Suffering is not something that most Americans under the age of 75 or so have experienced and we don’t want to believe it could ever happen here.  But …

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Sep 09

My 3 Year Old Sings Better Than Me…and Maybe You…

My three year old  son Graham sings better than I do…and apparently a lot of other kids and grownups.  He took the stage at an open mic opportunity in Hilton Head recently and, after a brief discussion of college football, belted out this version of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.  Those musictogether classes with Miss Gail …

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May 23

Interview With Collin Hansen, Author of Young, Restless, Reformed

We were able to catch up recently with Collin Hansen, author of Young, Restless, Reformed: A Journalist’s Journey with the New Calvinists, to talk about the increasing numbers of young evangelicals embracing the sovereignty of God and historic doctrines of grace.  [embedded links inserted by] JR: Let’s start with the title.  First, the word …

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Apr 29

Interview With Author Colin Creel: Finding Your Calling And Career

Interview with Colin Creel, author of Perspectives: A Life Guide for Twentysomethings and Crossroads: Navigating Your Calling and Career, Let’s talk about your new book.   What age group did you write it for, and why should they read it?Colin Creel: Crossroads was written primarily for individuals in their twenties and thirties, but has been very well …

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Aug 14

Praise More Powerful: A Bible Study On Worship

One of the best ways to learn about a topic is to study it comprehensively and systematically, rather than haphazardly.  It’s true of math, it’s true of history, and it’s true of the Bible. So it stands to reason that a study on worship should be taken on in that manner as well. Worship leader …

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