Exposing evangelical Christianity's darker side like nothing ever has, Feet of Clay is an accurate portrayal of what life is often like working for large Christian ministries in America. Sounding more like a memoir than a novel, Feet of Clay is authentic, believable, and interesting; captivating the listener from the first minute. It's difficult to put down. It will motivate many to insist on greater integrity and adherence to Christian values by faith-based organizations.
I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this narrator create visual pictures of each character from the shady to the redeemed. I never had to push replay to understand the words. His intonation captured the authors spirit, pain and recovery. I found myself frowning at the corrupt and smiling with the characters joy.
This book was very helpful to me in describing what can happen behind the scenes when you are trying to serve the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I gave 18 years of my life and what happened still has my head spinning. It is hard to find a counselor to help sort things out. This book is a great encouragement.