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Thanks to our dynamic partnership with the American Bible Society, we will soon be offering our service men and women with a FREE audio Bible. We are deeply grateful to the American Bible Society for granting us the licensing rights to make the audio Bible available. Soon, you will be able to play the audio of the New Testament right here from your web browser as well as download it onto your iPod or MP3 player while deployed. Stay tuned to this space; we hope to have the audio New Testament online by June 1.
SCOBA, the Orthodox Marketplace, the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, and the American Bible Society are partnering to offer the acclaimed Children's Bible Reader to military families with children at a 50% discount for a limited time. Just fill out this survey to receive your discount coupon.
The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese Department of Internet Ministries is offering a free interactive games site for military families at: http://games.goarch.org.
We've added a new section: Prayers for Various Occasions so that our military service men and women can have access to: Morning and evening prayers, mealtime prayers, and the prayer for before and after receiving Holy Communion. The prayers, which are also included in the Orthodox Military New Testament and Psalms have been graciously provided by His Eminence Metropolitan Isaiah of Denver, who is himself a veteran of the U.S. Marines.
Fr. Jerome Cwiklinski (CAPT, USN) has graciously provided a number of resources for Orthodox military personnel.
For lay readers to use when no priest or chaplain is available:
For chaplains, or those deployed where no Orthodox Christian Chaplain is available: