About Joshua Jones


I am a follower of Jesus, husband and father. I'm founding member of Antioch Community Church in Belton, which is the amazing body of Christ that I am priviledged to serve. I spend most days, hanging around with several college dudes, my family, and my neighbors. I love my city, neighborhood, church, and family that God has blessed me with. It's been a crazy, unexpected adventure the last several years learning to do that more and more.

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Transitions {0}

Transitions are always interesting. I’ve learned from writing here that, as time passes we are moved from one place to another. I see it in my writing. As I look at what I’ve written about over time, I see where I’m moving. Blogging is


Vacation – Day 2

Vacation – Day 2 {0}

There’s an indoor waterpark near where we’re staying the the kids couldn’t stop talking about. So we spent most of the day there. Caulder loved the waterslides. There were some slides that he couldn’t go down and Beckett could. Other than that, he had a great time playing in the kids water playground and going(…)


Vacation – Day 1

Vacation – Day 1 {0}

This is the kiddos playing at a splash pad in Tyler the day before I got there. Out Home for the week. Between work at MIS, Blogcelerator, and Antioch we don’t take vacations often. (The last one was 3 years ago.) This year, I’ve been more convicted of the need to invest in my most(…)


The Trinity – Part 5

The Trinity – Part 5 {0}

This is the 5th and final post on the Trinity. For anyone who wants to catch up you can read the other posts from the links below. The Trinity – Part 1 The Trinity – Part 2 The Trinity – Part 3 The Trinity – Part 4 Honestly, there’s not much


Team Wins

Team Wins {1}

Sometimes there are things that are so culturally polarizing, they create such hatred and arguments, that you want to avoid it. In this season where our nation is so polarized I almost hate to broach the subject. I’m afraid of who I might alienate by the next statements on this post. The Spurs are the(…)