SHREVEPORT, La., August 17, 2020 (Newswire.com) - Clifford E. McLain, a pastor of Little Union Baptist Church, a visionary leader, and one of the first African Americans in Lincoln Parish, Louisiana, to be sworn in as a member of the Lincoln Parish School Board, has completed his most recent book “Sitting with the Sages”: a gripping account that summarizes the legacy of preachers who have made a huge impact in the author’s life.
Clifford writes, “‘Sitting with the Sages’ is a brief summary of preachers who influenced and intersected the life and ministry of Clifford E. McLain. They were introduced to him by his longtime preaching father, C. C. McLain. It recalls pivotal local and national events and ministers during the civil rights era, who shaped most of his values and approach to preaching and pastoring.”
Published by Fulton Books, Clifford E. McLain’s book is an awe-inspiring dedication to the mentors of his life who have profoundly guided him in his spiritual journey and success in life.
This book narrates the toils, determination, and resilience of a man that is the result of countless remarkable people who have paved a path for his life’s fulfillment.
Readers who wish to experience this prudent and sagacious work can purchase “Sitting with the Sages” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books