Transform Everyday Struggles Miracles On Demand Best-Seller Book Audible Release

Miracles on Demand, an Amazon #1 best-seller, aiming to transform everyday struggles into positive, uplifting achievements, has now been released as an audiobook on Amazon. Rated 4-and-a-half stars out of five on Amazon, this title is engaging with spiritually uplifting messages.

Philadelphia, United States - October 6, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Philadelphia-based Heart of Service Ministries, a non-traditional ministry based on improving the spiritual wellbeing and health literacy of Christians, has released an audible version of the #1Amazon best-selling book ‘Miracles on Demand’. Sharing real-life stories of individuals who have experienced challenging situations to then overcome these by relying on the power of God to guide them, this title is both uplifting and inspiring.

More information is available at https://amazon.com/dp/B01DURR75U.

Published on the 28th of September 2017, the audible version of Miracles on Demand is a 2-hour-5-minute long book narrated by Jane Knight, a well-versed audiobook storyteller. Knight’s recital is enjoyable and soothing as she reads the book to the listener starting from the first chapter ‘Jehovah Rapha’.

The book Miracles on Demand is 70-pages long and has 6 chapters – Jehovah Rapha; Family Matters, Perfect Whatever Concerns Us, That Was Fast, Believing, Then Receiving and The Greatest Miracle. All chapters have biblical quotes and include real life examples.

Overall, the title aims to highlight the principles of success simply and un-religiously. Plus, it emphasizes God’s willingness to help his children in any situation.

Sadie Mitchell, author of Miracles on Demand is an ordained Christian minister, who has been counseling families and individuals for over 40-years. As such, Reverend Mitchell’s ministry seeks to support others to receive physical, mental, and spiritual healing in their lives, so they achieve more.

Rating 4-and-a-half stars out five on Amazon, a reader of Miracles on Demand said, “At first, I was skeptical about reading Miracles on Demand, because it seemed like it was just a bunch of Bible verses. But, after a few pages, the stories opened up and I realized how I was better prepared to relate the miracles to the verses. It was such an engaging book, I didn’t want to stop reading. Sadie’s spiritual messages were very uplifting.”

To find out more about the Heart of Services Ministries, visit the link above or visit http://thehappyhealthychristian.com/programs/heart-of-services-ministries.

Contact Info:
Name: Sadie Mitchell
Organization: Heart of Service Ministries
Address: Malvern, PA, Philadelphia 19355, United States
Phone: +1-484-320-7449

For more information, please visit http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01DURR75U

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 246807

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