PLATFORM: *We plan to distribute articles and/or book reviews by means of our close relationship with Assist News Service, a distributor of religious news and content to over 2,600 media outlets around the world. *We hope to include an excerpt or book chapter in South Africa's Joy Magazine, which has a circulation of 30,000 English readers and 35,000 Afrikaans. *HM staff have recently been featured on Christian radio stations in South Africa, UK and Australia. We will approach these stations for author interviews upon the book's release. We will also approach Moody Radio, as both the author and HM director are Moody graduates. *Speaking engagements by HM personnel have already been scheduled for this fall in churches throughout Australia, New Zealand, the UK and Germany. The book will be highlighted during each meeting., several of which involve key international mission leaders. *HM hopes to sponsor a conference in Australia, in order to honor Costas Macris and his broad influence in that nations' Greek evangelical community, with the book promoted. *Heavy promotion on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube, with promotion by means of a professionally-produced video. *HM will seek endorsements from well-known evangelicals, including Eric Metaxas (writing the foreword), Ted Dekker, George Verwer, Don Richardson and others who knew and loved Costas. Also, HM has a close relationship with several large missionary organizations, including TEAM, Pioneers, Operation Mobilization, YWAM and AMG International, which may be interested in helping to distribute this biography.
Dan Vorm is a pastor on staff at Fellowship Bible Church in Brentwood, Tennessee, and is also on the North American leadership team for Hellenic Ministries. He is a graduate of Moody Bible Institute and Western Seminary. He and his wife, Kerry, spent five years working with Hellenic Ministries in Athens before returning to America for pastoral ministry. They have served churches in both Oregon and Tennessee. Currently they live near Nashville along with their four children.