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Wayne Stiles
Works at Insight for Living
Attended Dallas Theological Seminary
Lives in Aubrey, Texas
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Check out my interview in Stand Firm Magazine. I talk about visiting the Holy Land. Click here: http://lfwy.co/12dXzaH
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EVP at Insight for Living
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  • Insight for Living
    Executive VP, present
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Aubrey, Texas
Previously
San Antonio, Texas - Denton, Texas - Corpus Christi, Texas - Humble, Texas - Norman, Oklahoma
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Connecting the Bible and its Lands to Life.
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I blog at WayneStiles.com.
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I enjoy connecting the Bible and its lands to life. I am an EVP at Insight for Living, a writer, speaker, husband to Cathy, and father to two daughters.
Education
  • Dallas Theological Seminary
    Master of Theology, 1990 - 1997
  • Dallas Theological Seminary
    Doctor of Ministry, 2000 - 2004
  • University of North Texas
    Music Theory, 1985 - 1988
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The Great Isaiah Scroll MS A (1QIsa) - Unknown - Google Cultural Institute
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The Isaiah manuscript A is one of the seven scrolls discovered in Qumran in 1947. It is the largest and best preserved scroll, and represent

Judge Not, Lest Ye Be Judged—What Jesus Meant | Wayne Stiles
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Jesus' statement, Judge not lest ye be judged, is often taken to excuse any lifestyle. But it's just the opposite. We should judge—beginning

5 Reasons God Doesn’t Answer Your Prayers | Wayne Stiles
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You've prayed but God doesn't answer your prayers. Why not? Here are 5 reasons. Prayer could be about motives, actions, timing, and God's wi

Why Forgiving Someone is Hard and How to Do It | Wayne Stiles
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Forgiving a person who has hurt you is hard. But God never gives you the obligation to forgive without also providing a reason and the help

The Harod Valley—Your Overwhelming Anxiety Finds its Peace | Wayne Stiles
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The Harod Valley in Israel gave stage to Gideon, Saul, Elisha, and Jesus who showed that your overwhelming anxiety can find its peace in God

The Valley of Elah—How Your Ordinary Becomes Extraordinary | Wayne Stiles
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The Valley of Elah, where David and Goliath fought, reveals that God often uses ordinary days in extraordinary ways. Your life is no differe

How to Fill Your Empty Hollow | Wayne Stiles
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The Crowhurst yew is vibrant and alive on the outside but an empty hollow inside—just like many people today. Josiah shows how God can fill

The Hinnom Valley—Redeemed Just Like You | Wayne Stiles
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Today the Hinnom Valley looks far different from the time of Manasseh. It’s almost as if the place has been redeemed.

Waiting on God in a Weary Land | Wayne Stiles
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Sometimes waiting on God feels like you're dying of thirst. The Wilderness of Judea pictures this tension as well as our refuge us while we'

God's Red Light Green Light | Wayne Stiles
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It seems like life is a game of Red Light Green Light with God. Although we cannot understand why the light is there, we do know what the re

Nazareth Village—A Visit to Century-One Galilee | Wayne Stiles
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To my surprise, the Nazareth Village transported us back 2000 years and gave us a taste of life of when Jesus lived here.

Your Motivation for Living for God | Wayne Stiles
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Living for God as a Christian isn’t done to try to earn (or to keep) God's love. It is, rather, because you already have it.

Beth Shemesh—The Pentecost at an Unlikely Place | Wayne Stiles
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The Pentecost, also called Shavuot or Feast of Weeks causes many to think of the Book of Ruth. We can also think of Beth Shemesh and its les

The City of David—Surprises from Original Jerusalem | Wayne Stiles
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The City of David was the original Jerusalem. Arguably the most important city in history had its beginning in a place that today hardly ref

Trying to Understand God's Plan for You | Wayne Stiles
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Trying to understand God's plan for you can seem tough when pain is all you feel. But God wants more for you—and better—than simply understa

Your Life in Christ—It’s Supposed to Hurt | Wayne Stiles
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Your life in Christ doesn't take away our hurt. Like a mother in childbirth, we know our pain will stop when that person comes. For Christia

Come with Me to the Holy Land This Fall! | Wayne Stiles
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Join me on a tour of Israel! A tour to the Holy Land opens your eyes to the Word of God like never before. It forever changes the way you re

The Ideal Life You Want Isn't Enough | Wayne Stiles
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An ideal life is what we chase. But even in the Garden of Eden, the ideal life wasn't enough. There's a potential in our hearts that needs m

The Jordan River—Your Place of Transition | Wayne Stiles
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The Jordan River is more than a border. It has served as a place of transition for Joshua, Elisha, Jesus, and more—including your baptism fr

Blame Shifting our Blunders | Wayne Stiles
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Blame started early. In the Garden of Eden, God confronted Adam and Eve after they sinned. Their shame set the course for an entire race of

I come here to write. The library is roomy, bright, and has great study rooms. The library's hours, however, are inconvenient (opens at 11 AM on Fridays). Normal business hours would serve their patrons better.
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Practical, grace-oriented preaching without compromising the truth. Beautiful music and worship in a beautiful sanctuary. Adult fellowships have quality teachers and friendly people. You'll like it here. Been attending since 2004.
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I frequent this Starbucks most weekday mornings and the staff is exceptional. Very friendly, call me by name, and cheerful in all weathers. Nice zippy WiFi too!
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