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Josh Riley

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Name: Josh Riley
Date registered: August 6, 2010

Biography

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 worship.com.

Latest posts

  1. Seminoles, Idols, and War Eagles — January 5, 2014
  2. The One Thing That Should Scare a Christian — October 29, 2013
  3. Sister Donates Bone Marrow to Save Brothers … Twice — September 30, 2013
  4. Why I Listen To Old People — August 24, 2013
  5. Dwayne Moore’s Worship Leader INTENSIVE — August 19, 2013

Author's posts listings

Sep 07 2009

The Jesus Storybook Bible

Our kids—two and four (almost five)–love bedtime Bible stories.  We’ve got three kids Bibles we read through, but our family favorite is the Jesus Storybook Bible.  Illustrated by Jago and written by Sally Lloyd Jones, it’s a charming but serious Bible that our kids love to both read and flip through to look at pictures. …

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Sep 07 2009

Joyful, Joyful

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

Dec 20 2008

Merry Christmas

It's that time of the year again, when many of us slow down at the end of the year to spend time with family, step away from work for a bit, and celebrate the birth of our Savior.  Here at worship.com we will be doing the same so for the most part this is a wrap for …

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Nov 17 2008

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 2008

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 2008

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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Sep 07 2008

A Call to a Life of Intentional Worship

God’s will for my life is… well, just what, exactly? Don’t we all want to know what God’s intent and will for our life is, and what our purpose is for being left on this earth? Is there a specific path God wants each of us to follow? The Bible teaches that long before Adam …

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May 23 2008

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 worship.com] JR: Let’s start with the title.  First, the word …

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Apr 29 2008

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, Worship.com: 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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Nov 01 2007

November is National Adoption Awareness Month

November is National Adoption Awareness Month.  Pictured here is our son and daughter, both of whom came into our family by adoption. Writes Dan Cruver: One of my deepest desires is that the doctrine of adoption would be recovered within the Christian church, that it would be valued, treasured and articulated by pastors (and their …

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