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Orthodox Military New Testaments availible from SGOMA September 2, 2010

Posted by stgeorgeoma in Armed Forces, Armed Services, Eastern Orthodox, Military, Networking, News, Orthodox, Religion, Religious, SGOMA News, Uncategorized.
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Through the grace and the kindness of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America and the Orthodox Marketplace the Saint George Orthodox Military Association (SGOMA) has 110 Orthodox Military New Testaments to give out for free to our Orthodox Christian Service Men & Women.

The SGOMA will mail out the Orthodox Military New Testament to any U.S. Active Duty, Reserve or Guardsman for FREE. No cost for the book or the shipping! To request your free Orthodox Military New Testament please email us with: your name, rank, service branch, and mailing address. You can send your email to: StGeorgeOMA@gmail.com

For those who would be interested in donating to the St. George Orthodox Military Association to assist in off setting the cost of postage for this outreach program can also email us for more information, or may mail their donation to:

St. George Orthodox Military Assoc.
2521 N. Main Street, Unit 1, #198
Las Cruces, NM  88001

About the Orthodox Military New Testament: The New Testament and Psalms in a pocket size volume – ideal to pack and carry. The Orthodox Military New Testament also includes devotional morning and evening prayers, a page to list the living and the dead for prayer, 8 full-color icon plates, and a devotional piece on the ten commandments and integrity in military service. The New Testament & Psalms for Orthodox Christians Military Edition is developed with the Standing Conference of the Canonical Orthodox Bishops in the Americas (SCOBA) for distribution to the Orthodox Christian men and women of the armed services all over the world. Biblical text is the RSV. The American Bible Society has graciously underwritten the costs of production for this Bible. Therefore, the full cost of this Bible is donated to the efforts of the American Bible Society towards Orthodox Christian projects.

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