Yego Library Books Drive – Community Outreach

Join the CLC Kenya family as we encourage and support Teteyian Nangurai to honour her late husband’s memory… A Story of Love and Honour Nic (Nicholas Kibet Yego) as his wife, Teteyian fondly called him came from a small village in Nandi called Nyinyira in Aldai County. The village is small with a population of […]

Teen Moms Homes – Community Outreach

We are partnering with Kore Africa Magazine for their Joy Drops. We are receiving books, toys and other household items so we can be a blessing to  homes that shelter the less fortunate in our society. This kind of giving enriches our lives, helps us familiarize ourselves with our communities, and connects us to people […]


Publishing African Voices Welcome to CLC Ministries Impacting lives with Christian literature 01 Traditional Publishing In traditional publishing, the publisher bears the costs, such as editing, marketing, and paying advances, and the author receives royalties from the success his/her book achieves. Submit Manuscript 02 Self Publishing The self-publishing landscape has changed considerably in the past […]

African Christian Authors – Appreciating 2022 Judges – #Issue 4 May 2022

In Martin Luther’s words, “Everybody can be great. Because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and your verb agree to serve…. You don’t have to know the second theory of thermodynamics in physics to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.” My hope is that this issue will inspire writers, authors, readers, partners and the world at large to serve their communities in their small or big ways.

African Christian Authors – Celebrating 2021 Awardees – #Issue 3 April 2022

While we have consumed great imported content in the past, this season has seen a rise in the creation of local content. Now the task lies in creating the demand for the same in an information-flooded era. It can be done and today we start with ACABA and twelve top content books and authors from Kenya and Uganda. It’s a journey of a thousand steps…Here’s the first one!

Author Conversations

4 Authors, 1 Conversation How Can We Use Books to Experience Victory in Christ Amazing Freedom: Freed To Be Free Sale!KSh990 KSh890 Add to cart Blessed To Be a Blessing Sale!KSh890 KSh790 Add to cart The Power of Solitude – A Silver Lining During a Pandemic Sale!KSh990 KSh890 Add to cart Taking Possession With Jesus […]

Step 6: The First Three Chapters

Some times it might feel like it’s easier to write a page-turner if you are writing a novel. While this is largely true, writing a non-fiction or true story should have the same expectations. If you followed the class steps as outlined week after week, you should be having a draft of the introduction to […]

Step 5: Drafting / Actual Writing

From your outline, you should start from chapter one and progress on to the next chapters in an orderly manner. Remember to use the outline as a general guide on the direction your book should take. However, be flexible to add, remove or re-assign the flow as you continue to get further inspiration from the […]

Step 4: The First Two Weeks Of Writing

The first two weeks of a writing class (or any other class) are the most critical in a writer’s book writing journey. This is the time to test your commitment to your newly set goals. Like any other goal, you will be tested one too many times to quit and maybe try another time. There […]