• Luis Palau, Evangelist

    Is God really in the business of transforming cocaine drug lords like Jorge Valdés? Can we honestly believe Jorge’s story of redemption? How often we hear the testimony, “If God can save me, he can save anybody.”  Yes, he can – and does.

    Luis Palau, Evangelist

    • Lt. Edward L. Odom, Alabama Bureau of Investigations

    I am happy to say that after thirty-three years of law enforcement, I have finally found the one individual who truly changed. Jorge is a genuine article.

    Lt. Edward L. Odom, Alabama Bureau of Investigations

    (The agent most responsible for making the case against Jorge Valdés)

    • Roberto S. Goizueta, Ph.D.

    Jorge Valdés is an extraordinary individual.  His life provides an inspiring example of the transforming power of God’s love.

    Roberto S. Goizueta, Ph.D.

    Professor of Theology, Boston College

    • Walter Elwell, Ph.D.

    Coming clean about his past was a risky business and could have cost Jorge his life, but God had other plans.

    Walter Elwell, Ph.D.

    Wheaton College Graduate School

    • Allan S. Ross, Defense Attorney

    This is a remarkable story of triumph and rebirth.

    Allan S. Ross, Defense Attorney

    • James C. Dobson, Ph.D.

    Thank you for speaking at our July chapel service . . . the entire service was a powerful message of encouragement for young people.

    James C. Dobson, Ph.D.

    President, Focus on the Family

    • Billy Graham

    “It is in connection with this special emphasis on Amsterdam 2000 that I am writing to you. As a theologian who has a known commitment to evangelism, we believe you could make a positive contribution to the Theologian Task Group . . . Please, therefore, consider this letter as your personal invitation from me to be part of the Task Group.”

    Billy Graham

    May 26, 2000

    • Karen P. Tandy - DEA Administrator

    “I hope that your work, both as an author and speaker, will inspire others and help them become further aware of the real dangers that drugs and the drug trade pose to our country.”

    Karen P. Tandy - Administrator

    US Drug Enforcement Administration

    •  Jack Kingston – Member of Congress

    “I am writing this letter to inform you that I nominated you as a participant in the National Hispanic Leadership Summit, which will be held in Washington DC on July 12-13, 2004. This is a great way for you to have a chance to have policy – based dialogue with government leaders and other Hispanic Leaders from communities across America.”

    Jack Kingston – Member of Congress

    Congress of the United States House of Representative.

    • Beverly La Hay – Chairman CWA

    “On behalf of Concerned Women of America, I’d like to thank you for your participation in our 16th National Convention . . . Your presentation encouraged and inspired us. Thank you for taking the time to give our members a glimpse of how God changed your life. You touched each of our hearts in a very special way.”

    Beverly La Hay – Chairman

    Concerned Women of America

    • Dr. Bruce M. Metzger

    “Thank you for sending me a copy of your paper on the Complutensian Polyglot bible. You bring out some interesting materials concerning this first printed edition of the Greek New Testament.”

    Dr. Bruce M. Metzger

    Princeton Theological Seminary

    • Heidi Burns, Ph.D. – Senior Editor

    “You have reached a stage in your career where publications become increasingly important . . . Now that you have completed your dissertation, entitled The First Printed Apocalypse of St. John: The Complutensian Polyglot and Its Influence in Erasmus Greek Testament Text. I would like to encourage you to pursue its publication. I have read the abstract and found it quite interesting.”

    Heidi Burns, Ph.D. – Senior Editor

    Peter Lang Publishing, Inc.