Welcome to Pass the Word Bibles, Books & More - Online!
We are a non-profit store serving Regina and southern Saskatchewan. We sell a variety of Christian products – new and used books, art, CDs, DVDs, jewellery, gift items, clothing, greeting cards, plus much more. Whether you’re looking for the latest book releases, or are wondering if we have one that’s out of print in our used section, you can find it on our web store. If you can’t find an item you’re looking for online, please feel free to contact us at the store (see the information at the top of the page). We’d love to serve you!
Although we attempt to have the pricing on our web store as accurate as possible, occasionally there are discrepancies. We will verify the pricing and an approximate arrival time on all web store orders.
Our special order policy is that all products which are not regularly stocked items must be pre-paid and are non-returnable.
Additionally, our mandate is to sell Christian products designed to bless, encourage, and enrich your Christian walk. If a requested item is outside of this scope, we will send you an email notifying you of its unavailability from our store.
Interested in learning more about our ministry, Community Link Regina? Check out our website at: communitylinkregina.org
On every second Saturday we send out an email with a message from our manager, sale items, key new releases, and a Community Link featured ministry. Interested in receiving this newsletter? Please click the button below.
For those who don't receive our emails, here is the "Message from the Manager" from our most recent edition:
"So Joshua overcame the Amalekite army with the sword... Moses built an altar and called it 'The Lord is my Banner'." Exodus 17:13, 15 NIV
The story of Joshua and the Israelites fighting against Amalek, as described in Exodus 17, is one of my favourites. While the army fought, Moses, Aaron, and Hur were on top of the hill. Whenever Moses held his hands up, Israel prevailed. However, his hands were heavy, so he needed help from Aaron and Hur to hold them up. With the Lord's help, Israel defeated Amalek.
I confess my focus is usually on the events on the hilltop, and I sometimes overlook the combat that raged in the valley. God had called His people to battle Amalek, even to the point where its name would be blotted out from under heaven (verse 14). This was a serious battle against an evil nation, and I'm sure many lives were lost that day.
I don't think the call to fight evil has changed. As we watch global events unfold, we get glimpses into the important role our armed forces enact. Every day, many courageous men and women willingly sacrifice their time, comfort, and sometimes even their lives, so we may live in peace and safety. We truly are grateful for their service!
However, even those who are not engaged in physical battles have a role to play, just like Moses, Aaron, and Hur. It's important to support those who fight on our behalf. I'm confident they appreciate our moral support, but I feel it's even more imperative to hold them up in prayer.
This Remembrance Day weekend, I hope we all paused to remember those who have sacrificed on our behalf, and to thank God for each one. I also hope we will continue to pray for the safety and strength of those who are currently serving both at home and abroad. May the Lord be their Banner!
God bless you for your support of this local, non-profit store.
Debra Wall - on behalf of
The staff and volunteers for Pass the Word Bibles Books & More
Community Link Regina's Featured Ministry:
Regina Provincial Correctional Centre Chaplaincy's Christmas Distribution
The Regina Provincial Correctional Centre (RPCC) Chaplaincy Office is inviting individuals and ministries to participate in their annual Christmas distribution. This ministry group works diligently to shine the light of Jesus' love into the darkness of the correctional centre environment.
They are asking churches or individuals wishing to participate, to donate boxes of 50 (or more) chocolate bars - a simple but beloved treat that is acceptable to distribute in the correctional centres. These treats will be distributed on Christmas Eve (December 24th) to the over 700 men at RPCC and the twenty women at Whitebirch Remand Centre.
Collection Point: Gateway Christian Fellowship (1812 Arthur Street, Regina)
Dates: December 19th, 20th and 21st
Times: Between 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. each day
Sincere thanks to everyone who participates!
What can you do?
- Please consider donating a box of top-quality chocolate bars. Let's help the recipients know they are loved!
- Please remember to pray that God would use this ministry to save and change lives.
You can be sure that this ministry will reap lasting rewards. God bless you for your support!