Hello Family, friends and supporters of P4K,
Greetings in Jesus name,
I have written and self published an Orthodox children’s book called Miracle in Madagascar. It has finally arrived and I am selling it for $25 AUD each for a hardcover A4 sized book pick up in Adelaide
or $35 AUD delivered, which includes postage within Australia
and $40 AUD delivered world Wide.
ALL the money from the sales of the book are going DIRECTLY to the Orthodox Mission children’s orphanage in Madagascar- so please if you have kids, godly-children, nieces/nephews and grandchildren who you would like to buy a copy for let me know and I can help you get it all done.
Please pass the message on to anyone you may think would be interested as we want to raise as much money for the mission as we can.
Thank you and God bless you and your family.
How to get your copy
If you are interested you can purchase by using the PayPal button below.
Or for direct bank deposit payments,
email me directly on email@example.com
with your contact details,
delivery address details, and
how many copies you would like
Bank Transfers details are as follows -:
Account name : Sonya Demourtzidis
ACC : 46537109
For any questions please do not hesitate to email me on
Foreword: Miracle in Madagascar by His Grace Bishop Silouan, Adelaide, Australia
Miracle in Madagascar is truly a miracle of comfort and encouragement for our times and our world. Written with much charism and deep faith by Sonya Demourtzidis and illumined and brought to life by the illustrations of Jasmine Croser, this magnificent story will find a place in the heart and life of each person.
For Australia, this story is a first by way of its publication but also, and most importantly, in the way that charity is prized when it is inseparable from our worship and love for God. Through its main character, Mendrika, one sees that growth and fulfillment is not achieved through the acquisition of possessions but rather through the change that takes place when we repent and allow ourselves to be acquired by Christ our God.
There is a Mendrika in each and everyone of us. A miracle that is real, glorious, and forever excelling.