Do we work exclusively with faith-based books and authors?
No. We’re able to handle books in the secular space, too. But Christian books are undoubtedly where we shine. 20 years in the faith-based publishing and media space mean we know it like few others.

Our clients include the world’s largest publishing houses, some of the nation’s most venerable ministries, bestselling authors across a variety of genres and major media across every network and platform.


We’ve worked with over 400 authors across a number of genres. Politicians, pastors, parents, professors. Theologians, historians, biographers and decorated veterans. New York Times bestsellers and first-time, self-published authors, too. Click the link above to see just a few of them.


We don’t just work with authors and books. We execute campaigns for ministries and non-profits, as well. Some of them around specific events or fundraising efforts and year ’round with others. Click on the link above to get an idea of who just a few of them are.


We’ve worked with publishers from coast to coast for nearly two decades, including nearly every major publishing house in the U.S. In recent years, we’ve also begun working with a number of fantastic boutique and indie publishers, for whom we’ve run publicity campaigns and whom we highly recommend to indie authors looking for the highest quality editing, design and finished books.

Book Projects

Click the link above to see just a sampling of the books we’ve worked on in recent years, as well as a few of our current projects and some of the classic, bestselling titles you may well recognize or even have on your own bookshelf.

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Where you’ve seen our clients

Our clients have done thousands of interviews on Christian networks, outlets and shows over the years.
But we’re unique in that we’ve also been able to book countless segments for our clients on networks like Fox News, CNN, NBC and with traditional ‘print’ outlets like USA Today and The Wall Street Journal.

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