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:
"For God, who said, 'Let there be light in the darkness,' has made this light shine in our hearts so we could know the glory of God that is seen in the face of Jesus Christ. We now have this light shining in our hearts, but we ourselves are like fragile clay jars containing this great treasure. This makes it clear that our great power is from God, not from ourselves." 2 Corinthians 4:6, 7 NLT
The other day, as I wandered around our dark and chilly store waiting for the power to come back on, I pondered the importance of being connected to a reliable power source.
I love the imagery in the above verses. God has made His light - the knowledge of Jesus, and the glory of God that we see in Him - shine in our hearts. However, we are like fragile clay jars containing this light, and our very fragility makes it clear that this light and power must come from God.
Since we rarely use clay jars these days, let's look at this instead by comparing our lives to cell phones. The phone by itself has no power. The battery charges when you plug it in, just as we are recharged when we read the Word, and pray. But the phone's power only lasts for a limited amount of time, and the more it's used, the faster it runs down. Similarly, we need to recharge regularly by spending time with the Lord, especially when we're busy.
Sometimes, we top up our battery by plugging it into a car charger. Likewise, our hearts get a boost when we attend church, or spend time with a fellow believer who encourages and strengthens us in our daily walk. We shouldn't substitute this for a full charge from the proper power source, but it's still beneficial.
Without God shining His light into our hearts, we are like a dead cell phone. However, when we are fully charged, we can do all things through Him who strengthens us. So, if you feel like your battery's running a little low during this busy season, we hope you'll remember to plug into the perfect power source, the One Who never fails.
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:
Regina Christmas Wish List
Read a story. Give a gift. Touch a life.
The Glen Elm Church of Christ is again hosting the Regina Christmas Wish List - an opportunity for citizens of Regina to express care and compassion during the Christmas season.
The project works like this:
- Local organizations, working with the impoverished and marginalized of our city, identify individuals and families within their circles, and create concise stories which are posted to the website.
- Caring citizens read these stories, pledge gifts, and purchase the items they have pledged (new items only), which they then deliver to Glen Elm Church of Christ (1825 Rothwell St., Regina) by 5:00 p.m. on December 19.
- The gifts are forwarded on to the partnering organizations, who place them in the hands of the clients they identified.
- Everyone has a merrier Christmas!
What can you do for this ministry?
- Participate in the gift drive.
- Pray for each person who receives one of these gifts, and particularly for the one receiving your gift(s), if you are participating.
- Pray for the organizations working with the impoverished and marginalized people in our city. They see great need, but sometimes might not have the resources to help as much as they would like.
You can be sure that this ministry will reap lasting rewards. God bless you for your support!