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Monday March 17, 2014

Josh Millwood - Monday, March 17, 2014
The Joy Ride

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Oh, and look, snow. More snow. (sigh)

ARTIST OF THE DAY
Jeremy Riddle

Jeremy Riddle is a songwriter and worship leader. Back in 2007 his song Sweetly Broken grabbed radio listeners' attention and ever since Jeremy has toured all over the US.

Originally from New Jersey, Jeremy comes from a family of 7 children and was home-schooled all the way through high school. He graduated from Cal State Fullerton with a BA in political science. He attended and later served as a youth pastor at Anaheim Vineyard Church. After touring full-time for four years, the Riddle family pressed pause to work full-time in their local church. (Bethel’s latest worship album Tides will blow you away) 

Family: Riddle is married with 4 children and now lives in Redding, California where he serves as part of the worship ministry at Bethel Church.

Odd Fact: Jeremy raised and broke his own horse at the age of 15.

Album: Furious & Tides Live  

Twitter: @jeremymriddle  

Instagram: CLICK 4 PICS  

Tour: CLICK HERE  

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Video: In Your Light (Bethel Live with Jeremy Riddle)


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