Crowdfunding Campaign Extended

Plus New, Improved Thebaid Video

With many thanks to our growing community of supporters, we’re extending the crowdfunding campaign through September 11.

IMG_0363 (1)As a reminder, supporters earn valuable perks, including signed books, fine-art prints and more, for contributing to the Thebaid Project.

Did you know that we offer discounts for multiple copies if you pre-order the Thebaid Book in either the Founding Subscribers’ Limited Edition in bonded leather, or the First Edition in cloth bound/hardcover? Explore the substantial savings for two or more copies on our crowdfunding page.

We’re especially proud of the museum quality specifications for the finished book:

  • Standard Edition — Hardbound, cloth-cover, with deluxe, French-fold dust jacket; heavyweight matte, acid-free/lig-free fine-art paper, 157gsm/120#
  • Founding Subscribers’ Limited Edition — Bonded Leather cover, with gold-foil stamped title, in handsome, cloth-bound slipcase, with ribbon marker, heavyweight matte, acid-free/lig-free fine-art paper, 157gsm/120# (SIGNED & NUMBERED, total quantity limited to 500)

I’d love to hear your feedback on the Thebaid Project. Please take a look at our Indiegogo Crowdfunding Page and tell me what you think and/or support the campaign.

To help kick off this renewed push in the latter half of the campaign, we’ve uploaded a new and improved version of the Thebaid intro video (see below), featuring enhanced audio and and improved 720p HD codec for a better viewing experience.

Watch for more news and updates as we continue to schedule monastery stays and parish presentations.

As always, thank you for your prayers and support!

 

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