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Wild Flower Press, Inc. is the only corporation licensed to do business as "Wild Flower Press" in North Carolina.  Wild Flower Press, Inc. is not a subsidiary of or owned by any other business or corporation.  Wild Flower Press, Inc. publishes books, articles, and studies that point to the Life available in Jesus Christ.

Our Message

Our message springs from hearts that belong to Jesus Christ, not to religious forms or systems. Our desire is to provide Christians and seekers alike with resources that will help them apprehend a hope-filled life in Him.


BOTTOM LINE:  Any day that we can get someone who is running away from God, or who is lost in darkness, or a hard-hearted religious person to stop and truly consider what is ACTUALLY on the heart of God, we consider it a good day. We dedicate this site to the Lord.


Mission Statement


To publish:

  • Fiction books that do something Jesus did: tell stories that allow us to view life from a higher perspective with characters who are relevant to our time

  • Bible studies and devotionals

  • Articles that shine the light of Scripture on current trends or schools of thought within the Body

  • Articles that view current events in the world through the lense of Scripture

  • Apologetics and studies that will challenge people to actually think about what they believe and why.


Some of our fiction books are not overtly Christian but they are written/published to inspire readers to thirst for deeper spiritual life that is in Christ.

Whether readers agree or disagree with us, we hope our books and articles will serve as springboards for honest reflection and genuine discussions about faith—because we believe these elements are essential to finding Life.




We are a member of CIPAChristian Indie Publishers Association




You may write to WFP via snail mail at:


Wild Flower Press, Inc.
PO Box 2532
Leland, NC  28451


OR email us using our Contact form

NOTE:  Emails sent to us with attachments, spamy subject lines, or links will be deleted.



We Believe . . .


Okay.  This is the spot on the page where a lot of people will go first, wanting to know where everything is “coming from” (and therefore where it might be attempting to guide).  For the most part, the "we" here would be me, the publisher--Terry Craig.  I must confess that I am of a similar nature when it comes to “spiritual” or moral matters (in other words, I look at the “We Believe” and "Mission" statements, too)—however I’ve come to realize that something can line up with (parts of) the Bible . . . yet be devoid of the heart that God has for humanity.  I’ve sat in churches where they could quote you every jot and tittle of the Bible, but were totally lacking in carrying out the call of Jesus to love God first, to love others, and to be lights in this world.  I’ve also sat in churches where they were “liberal” with some of the Scriptures . . . but agents of God’s mercy, grace, and justice for “the least of these.”  Can we say that the first group pleased God and the second didn’t?  Vice versa?  Neither?  Both? 


We want everyone to consider faith.  The goal isn't to get you to go to a specific church or denomination but to know and follow Jesus Christ.


And now (drum roll please) . . . here is some of what

we believe”:


The Bible is the inspired, authoritative, word of God (and we are interested in what it actually SAYS, not necessarily willing to fight for what a dogmatic teacher thinks it means).


There is one God, eternally existent in three persons—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. (Genesis 1:1, Matthew 28:19, John 10:30)


In the deity of Jesus Christ (John 10:33), His virgin birth (Isaiah 7:14, Matthew 1:23, Luke 1:35), His sinless life (Hebrews 4:15, Hebrews 7:26), His miracles (John 2:11), His vicarious and atoning death (1 Corinthians 15:3, Ephesians 1:7, Hebrews 2:9), His resurrection (John 11:25, Acts 2:24, 1 Corinthians 15:4), His ascension to the right hand of God (Mark 16:19, Acts 7:55), His personal return in power and glory (Matt. 16:27, Acts 1:11, Heb. 9:27-28 Revelation 19:11)


In the absolute necessity of regeneration by the Holy Spirit for salvation because of the sinfulness of human nature; that only via God's grace, through faith in Jesus’ death for our sins and His resurrection from the dead are we saved.


In the resurrection of both the saved and the lost—the saved to eternal life, and the lost to stand before Jesus Christ for judgment. (Matt. 25:31-46, John 5:28-29, Rev. 20)


Aspiring Authors 


We have opened the door (just a crack!) for authors seeking a publishing home.  If you are interested, PLEASE download and read the PDF on the right prior to sending us your query.  :-)

Prov. 16:3

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