As far back as the 9th century BC, potters were shaping by hand, crude vessels made of course clay. These earthen vessels were crafted to serve as containers for stored items.

By 1000 BC, they were commonly used for the cooking and storing of food and water. The simplicity of these unadorned jars in no way diminshed the valuable substances of the food and water that quenched thirsts and provided nourishment needed for humand to grow and remain healthy and fit.

Clay Jars is a small Christian publishing company and we think of our books as vessels carrying the valuable substances found in God’s patterns and principles of the Bible. Our books are chock-full of savory and thirst quenching spiritual nourishment. The practical, inspirational fiction we offer is meant to positively stimulate the hearts, and minds of children, teens and adults.


The CJP Mission

Clay Jars Publishing exists to offer inspirational works that depicts the situations in life that people of all ages are faced with, and to inspire them to new vision, insight and a desire to live life from God’s point of view.


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