Joshua Rivers

Most Embarrassing Moment Ever – Flashback Friday

We have all had embarrassing moments. Some are worse than others. There is usually one that really sticks out. I don’t usually get embarrassed easily, but there are a few times that I definitely remember. My most embarrassing moment happened when I was a teenager. I was at my church for a youth activity one…

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Work in Progress

You’ll be seeing some changes on the blog (and in the podcast). I’m working on a new look and format. I’ll be rolling out a more formal survey, but let me know what you would like to see and hear!

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Joshua Was Stretched – Guest Post on Jon Stolpe’s blog

Today, I’m visiting and guest posting on Jon Stolpe’s blog . He has been a great follower of this blog and podcast, and I appreciate his insights. Here’s a short introduction to the post there: The Bible is full of examples of people that grew spiritually. The greatest examples of these, I believe, are the ones…

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Have You Ever Wished (Flashback Friday)

Have you ever wished that you could fulfill your childhood dreams? Well, I am aiming to work on at least two of mine: writing and coding. Writing When I was in elementary school, I used to love writing short stories. They usually started with the usual “Once upon a time” and ended with “happily ever…

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2013 Year in Review

Here is a link to the WordPress Jetpack Year in Review for the blog: http://jetpack.me/annual-report/46692756/2013/ Thanks to you for everything!

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Top 10 Posts of 2013

2013 was a fantastic year! This past year saw the start of the podcast, which has been a great journey. It has been more enjoyable that I ever anticipated, and it opened up opportunities for me to speak with many great people, such as Chris LoCurto, Jon Acuff, John Miller, and John Lee Dumas. 7…

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Video for Leave Nothing Undone

In case you haven’t gotten your copy of Leave Nothing Undone, here’s a short video to promo it:  Please share this in your social circles and help spread the word!

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Timeouts and Accountability – Flashback Friday

I was about ten, and my brother (about a year and a half younger than me) and one of my cousins (a year younger than him) would team up to get me trouble. Most of the time I was innocent – well, that’s what I’m sticking with. I remember that I got in trouble one…

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Merry Mystery Mom – Flashback Friday

I think I will always enjoy and remember the fun that my mom created for us leading up to Christmas. My mom would wrap the presents nicely and place them under the tree. But she wouldn’t write the names on them. It was a mystery. How could we tell whose presents were whose? Well, there…

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Merry Christmas Giveaway!

During December, I’m going to be doing several book giveaways! Two books will be given to the top commentators for the month (well, until December 20). Another book will be given randomly to someone on my newsletter list. Here’s a list of the books: The In-Between by Jeff Goins Fred 2.0 by Mark Sanborn Fifteen…

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