• Josh Hunt

    Contributing sermons since Mar 9, 2010
Josh's church

Sunday School Lessons and Bible Studies
Las Cruces, New Mexico 88011
575 650 4564

About Josh
  • Education: Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • Books that have had an impact: Lewis, Ortberg, Swindoll
  • Hobbies: Photography, reading, writing.
  • What I want on my tombstone: better by far
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  • The Next One

    Contributed on Aug 16, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    THE NEXT ONE Eugene Peterson wrote about visiting a monastery. While on the way to the refectory for lunch, he and the monks he was visiting walked past a graveyard with an open grave. He asked one of the monks which member of the community had died recently, and he was told, "Nobody. That grave more

  • Somebody Help The Boy

    Contributed on Jun 28, 2013

    SOMEBODY HELP THE BOY I was at home alone with Ryan one morning when I suddenly realized that it had been approximately two minutes since my little explorer had made any noise. (When one babysits with Ryan, silence is definitely not golden.) I immediately began looking for him, searching each more

  • Husband Doesn't Get It

    Contributed on Jun 19, 2013
    based on 2 ratings

    TWICE A WEEK After just a few years of marriage filled with disagreements and arguments, a young man and his wife decided the only way to save their marriage was to try counseling. Things had slipped from bad to worse as the months passed, turning their marriage into a marathon of misery. They more

  • Entry-Level Faith

    Contributed on Jun 3, 2013

    ENTRY-LEVEL FAITH During World War II, a young teenager tried to enlist in the navy. Only fifteen but large for his years, he told the recruiting officer in Richmond, Virginia, that he was sixteen. The officer looked at him and shook his head. "Sorry, son, you're not old enough." Two months more

  • A Woman Sees A Father Shopping With A Fussy ...

    Contributed on Jun 3, 2013
    based on 5 ratings

    A woman sees a father shopping with a fussy two-year-old in his grocery cart. “Be patient, Billy,” he whispers. “You can handle this, Billy. It’s okay, Billy.” The woman said to him, “I don’t mean to interrupt your shopping, but I just had to tell you how wonderfully loving and patient you are more