We appreciate every single person, famous or not, who posts a review of one of our titles, shares an update from one of our authors, and recommends a Cladach book to their friends and followers. Word of mouth is the most effective way of “getting the buzz going.” And buzz gets people’s attention.
And these hope-filled books are worth their attention.
Endorsements also add context to a lesser-known author and their books.
These people, whose names are recognizable to a large number of Christian readers, have lent their support by endorsing or reviewing our authors’ titles:
Kay Arthur (Precept Ministries International) endorsed Judy Pex’s WALK THE LAND:
“You’ll be enriched spiritually through Judy’s story of the insights given her by her God on this journey of a lifetime.”
Jill Briscoe (author) endorsed Judy Pex’s WALK THE LAND:
“A delightful and exciting story, unusually spiritually penetrating.”
“A breath of fresh air in a world full of strife… A fast-paced read full of humor, insight, and emotion.”
Thomas Jay Oord (theologian and author of The Uncontrolling Love of God) endorsed Janyne McConnaughey’s BRAVE:
“Janyne McConnaughey is vulnerable in the kind of way that changes the world!”
William Prince (General Superintendent Emeritus, Church of the Nazarene) reviewed Physa Chanmany’s NO MORE FEAR:
“A good story of a man who found God and is preaching the Good News of Jesus Christ.”
Jan Johnson (author of Growing Compassionate Kids and When the Soul Listens) endorsed Alice Scott-Ferguson’s MOTHERS CAN’T BE EVERYWHERE:
“Thank you, Alice, for helping us trust God and let our parenting be about our children instead of being about us.”
Ken Canfield (founder, National Center for Fathering; president, National Association for Grandparenting) endorsed Nancy Swihart’s ON KITTEN CREEK:
“A fresh reminder that we are each living an adventure.”
Eva Marie Everson, well-known Christian author and novelist recommended Catherine Lawton’s FACE TO FACE: A NOVEL:
“I was fascinated.”
Eric Wilson (New York Times bestselling author) endorsed J. Michael Dew’s GADLY PLAIN:
“A small literary miracle … full of hope.”
Marilyn Musgrave (then U.S. Congresswoman from Colorado) recommended Donna Westover’s WHITE AS SNOW:
“A wonderful book. I couldn’t put it down.”
… and many others. To all, we say “Thank you.”