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.
Also, for many items where the suppliers' descriptions indicate they are sold as multiples such as (6s) or (Pack of 6), the pricing is for each one, not a package. Confusing? We agree. Please call if you would like clarification.
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:
“First of all, then, I urge that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be made for all people, for kings and all who are in high positions, that we may lead a peaceful and quiet life, godly and dignified in every way. This is good, and it is pleasing in the sight of God our Saviour, who desires all people to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth.” 1 Timothy 2:1-4 ESV
In December, I shared this post by Shelby Condo on our Community Link FaceBook page:
Starting January 1, 2020
Pick a person and pray for them every day throughout the year. Pray for their faith, their health, their family, their finances. Pray over their every single need. Don’t tell them you’re praying for them, just cover them with prayer and watch God do His work in their life.
It sounded like a great idea.
The following week, I was disturbed by a post by one of my FaceBook “friends” who frequently shares blasphemous memes. The only reason I haven’t “unfriended” this person is because every time I see one of these posts I am reminded to pray for her. She needs God. She needs to know Jesus loves her so much He died for her. She needs someone praying for her.
While I prayed that God would open her eyes to see the Truth, I felt He whispered to my heart that I should follow my own advice, and pray for her every day throughout 2020. So, I decided to do just that. Moreover, I added a couple of unsaved loved ones to the list as well.
I would encourage you to consider doing the same. In Luke 18, Jesus told a parable about a widow who persistently petitioned a judge who did not fear God, yet because of the woman’s persistence, the judge relented and granted her request. Will our loving and righteous God not do so much more? Don’t lose hope in praying for the people God has put on your heart.
Just imagine what could happen if we were to pray for our pastors every single day. Or our elected officials, or…you fill in the blank. It’s never too late to start. Let’s become like the widow in the parable and petition God to grant our requests.
God bless you for your support of this local, non-profit store.
Debra Wall - on behalf of
the staff and volunteers at Pass the Word Bibles Books & More
Community Link Regina's Featured Ministry:
A Night With the Persecuted Church
What would you do if it was illegal to go to church? Or to own a Bible? What would life be like if following Jesus meant you were kicked out of your home, family, or community? This is a reality for millions of persecuted Christians around the world.
OpenDoors invites you to “A Night with the Persecuted Church”, an opportunity to hear stories of how people have sacrificed everything to follow Christ. You’ll be challenged to follow the examples of faith lived by those who follow Jesus no matter the cost, as well as have the opportunity to connect with your persecuted church family through letter writing and prayer.
Date: Wednesday, February 5 at 7:00 p.m.
Location: Argyle Road Baptist Church – 3514 Argyle Road, Regina
Cost: Free, but please RSVP. A link to register can be found on our Community Link website.
What can you do for this ministry?
- Attend the event, and bring a friend along.
- Pray for persecuted Christians around the world.
- Pray for the OpenDoors ministry, and consider how you might support them.
You can be sure this ministry will reap lasting rewards. God bless you for your support!