A resurrection in our suburb: Revisiting the theology of James

A resurrection in our suburb: Revisiting the theology of James

A resurrection in our suburb Revisiting the theology of James       Christopher J Wiles writer | speaker | servant Facebook Twitter Google+ Being the brother of the Messiah can’t be easy. Think about it for a minute: what would it to convince you that your brother was...
Farewell, Tri-State

Farewell, Tri-State

Christopher J Wiles writer | speaker | servant Facebook Twitter Google+ Well howdy, Tri-State. Having been your pastor for the last seven years, I’ve witnessed a great many changes, but presently I find myself on the verge of one of the greatest changes of my...
Writing as Soulcraft

Writing as Soulcraft

Christopher J Wiles writer | speaker | servant Facebook Twitter Google+ Our stories are precious things.  They flow through us—and out of us—in rivulets of nouns and verbs and all the other fragments of human speech that give life its form.  Language is how we enter...
“Unseen:” Q & A and Wrapup

“Unseen:” Q & A and Wrapup

Christopher J Wiles writer | speaker | servant Facebook Twitter Google+ The bulk of this blog post is dedicated to the questions that were submitted via text message at Tri-State Fellowship on Sunday, May 20. This series has focused on the “Unseen” forces around us. ...
Jesus as True and Better Religion – Purity and Sacrifice

Jesus as True and Better Religion – Purity and Sacrifice

Christopher J Wiles writer | speaker | servant Facebook Twitter Google+ Shame began in a garden.  The garden, as a matter of fact – when Adam and Eve were created, they were said to be “naked and unashamed” (Genesis 2:25).  Their world knew no shame. And what was...