Receive these three beautiful books from Archpriest Andrey Lemeshonok.
In these books, you will find spiritual guidance on the following:
How should you confess your sins properly? Should you enumerate specific situations where and how you got offended, irritated, and so on, or can just name each sin in one word?
What do you do when you and your children are in uncompromising spiritual ‘warfare’? They don’t like anything you do: whether it’s the food you offer them or the spiritual books you recommend. How do you speak about God and the Church to your children?
How can we connect to God, live in communion with Him, and not simply know and philosophize about Him?
We are pleased to bring to your attention these books by Father Andrey Lemeshonok, the spiritual father of Saint Elisabeth Convent.
In these books, Father Andrey recalls his journey toward experiencing God through prayer, raising children, and his experiences as a confessor. How does prayer inspire? How should you receive communion? How should you confess your sins? How do you raise children to become good Christians?
Archpriest Andrey Lemeshonok is the Orthodox priest and spiritual father of Saint Elisabeth Convent in Minsk. Ordained in 1992, he has ministered to thousands of people.
These books draw Father Andrey's insights from his many years of service at church, including as a priest and confessor of the lay and monastic sisters of the Saint Elisabeth Orthodox Convent.
In these three books, Fr Andrey explains how you can judge your strengths and weaknesses.
Additionally, he offers advice on how to prevent your thoughts from wandering, so the words of prayers can inspire us and nourish our minds and hearts. He helps lay the foundation for becoming a confident Christian for yourself, your children, and your community.
"When we struggle with our weary flesh, struggle with a prayerless state, you need to be zealous and work hard. A Christian is formed, and a soldier of Christ grows during this warfare."
You can receive these three books today for a small donation. Your donations will help us expand our ministry, help more vulnerable people and acquire the needed supplies.
Additionally, your donation helps Archpriest Andrey Lemeshonok continue to spread the wisdom of the Orthodox faith.
From all our heart we thank you for support and keep you in our prayers. “Give, and it will be given to you.“ (Luke 6:38).