About Martin Wiles

Martin Wiles is a multi-published author, pastor, freelance editor, and English teacher. His most recent book is Hurt, Hope and Healing. He is the Director of VineWords: Devotions and More, the Managing Editor for Christian Devotions, and the founder of the internationally recognized devotion site, Love Lines from God, www.lovelinesfromgod.com. He is a member of the Christian PEN and has served on faculty for the Asheville Christian Writer’s Conference. He has also been published in numerous other publications. Martin has authored Don't Just Live ... Really Live (Ambassador International), A Whisper in the Woods: Quiet Escapes in a Noisy World (Ambassador International), Grits & Grace & God and Grits, Gumbo, and Going to Church (Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas), Morning by Morning, Morning Serenity, and Grace Greater Than Sin (America Star Books). He is a contributing author to Penned from the Heart (Son-Rise Publications), and Rise (Chaplain Publishing). He is the co-editor and contributing author to the devotional series Love Knots: Stories of Faith, Family, and Friendships (VineWords Publishing). Martin is a regular contributor to Christian Devotions, PCC Daily Devotions, Theology Mix, Inspire a Fire, VineWords: Devotions and More and is a regular columnist for the Dorchester County Eagle Record, the Orangeburg County Times and Democrat, the Greenwood County Index Journal, and the Kilgore News Herald. He has also been published in Christian Living in the Mature Years, Mature Living, Open Windows, Proclaim, The Secret Place, The Word in Season, Upper Room, Light from the Word, Reach Out Columbia, Mustard Seed Ministries, Journey Christian Newspaper, Common Ground Herald, The Quiet Hour, Power for Living, Halo Magazine, Joyful Living Magazine, Christian Broadcasting Network, Sharing, Today’s Christian Living, These Days, Plum Tree Tavern, Eskimo Pie, The Scarlet Leaf Review, Creation Illustrated, LIVE, Purpose Magazine, Stand Firm, The Banner, Relevant, and Lutheran Digest. Martin is the husband of one, the father of two, and the Pop for seven grandboys. He resides in Greenwood, South Carolina.