Name: Josh Berrus
Education: I am a graduate of Cedarville (B.A.), Trinity (M.A.), and Southeastern (Th.M.).
Interests: In my free time, I enjoy time with my beautiful wife and family, hanging out with friends, coffee, reading, theological research/writing, music, cycling, jogging, skiing, and traveling.
Ministry: I have served over 19 years in pastoral ministry. My ministry passions include teaching, discipleship, pastoral care, and worship.
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This looks great! I have enjoyed looking around. I guess someday before I die I need to do a blog.
Hey Josh, My name is Elizabethand I am also a worship leader in my church. I really enjoy your blog and would love to hear some music from your church…if you have any available. Well I better get to bed…have to be at the church at 8:45 am. I hope ya’ll have a great service tommorrow!
This site was a help to me tonight. Thank you.
I would like to link to your blog to give my visitors a chance to grow from your site. I have an area called “Lost and Found” that is for redeemed believers and I would like to add you there. I am a Baptist too and was googling “repent from sin” when I found you. Thanks again,you ministered to me tonight! I will be back to learn more. PM (a grandmother in Christ)
I’m a member of our church’s worship committee helping to plan a Tenebrae service for Good Friday. We would like to have your permission to use much of your posted service on the seven last words of Christ. We will likely be modifying it, if that’s ok and will be sure to credit you for the liturgy.
Hi Josh. Actually I work with a Josh over here at Colonial Baptist – Josh Wredberg. I have also worked with Trans World Radio pretty much since 1965. We were missionaries in Bonaire in the Caribbean.
I was just recently at the headquarters of ABWE chatting with your dad about recording for our member care by radio program which is heard overseas in Central Asia and a bit in the Middle East. Since he mentioned you were at Open Door, I thought I would introduce myself. The TWR site is http://www.membercareradio.com. We hope to have your Ron’s voice up there one of these days soon.
Look forward to meeting you one of these days.
P.S. My wife Susie attended Cedarville for a semester.
She is an MK from Brazil. Folks were with ABWE there.
Her brother still is.
I had fun navigating around your website but I really enjoyed the quote that said something a long the lines, that the church is like a hospital for sinners; not a museum for saints. That seemed right on to me. So anyway, I just wanted to say thanks for all you do.