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:
"By the seventh day God completed His work which He had done, and He rested on the seventh day from all His work which He had done. Then God blessed the seventh day and sanctified it, because in it He rested from all His work which God had created and made." Genesis 2:2, 3 NASB
Summer always makes me think of relaxation, especially when it's so hot that I don't feel like doing anything. God commanded us to rest on the Sabbath to keep it holy, and even gave us the example of resting from all His work of creation, but do we actually do so?
When I was young, all businesses were closed on Sundays. It was much easier to take a day of rest then. Nowadays, with most businesses being open, it's far too easy to spend the day running around rather than focusing on the Lord.
If we look at God's creation, we can see that there are also seasons of rest such as winter and dry spells. For most of us, winter is when we're busy with school, indoor sports, Bible studies, and other church activities. Spring is busy with cleaning, planting, and outdoor sports. If you're like me, summer is a time for weeding, painting, repairing, and renovating. Even vacations aren't always restful, as we sometimes come back more exhausted than before we left. And, of course, fall is harvest time and back to school. With all this busyness, when do we rest?
Society has become so fast-paced that we need to guard our downtime carefully. Taking a break from the hectic nature of our lives is crucial for both our physical and mental well-being. I don't think we should be legalistic to the point where we can't do anything on the Sabbath, but I do think we should give more consideration to taking a day of rest, as well as plan some time when we can simply be still before the Lord.
If you're finding that you're running on low, or maybe even on empty, I pray you'll be able to take a break, relax, and get refreshed this summer.
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:
Summer Missionary Program
A Division of Child Evangelism Fellowship
What can you do to support this ministry?
Every summer, young people go out and share the gospel across Alberta and Saskatchewan through the 5-Day Club ministry. To learn more about the 5-Day Clubs, please visit 5dayclubs.com.
Many of these Summer Missionaries are post-secondary students and have chosen to give their summer to God to reach boys and girls for Jesus Christ. The Summer Missionary Program will help them with their support-raising so they are able to return to school in the fall.
CEF has set a goal of raising $160,000 for the project. Currently, 59% of the total support needed has been raised. You have an opportunity to help sponsor a Summer Missionary in a constituency of your choice. To see the map, and check the progress of the fundraising in your area, visit summermissionary.org/sponsor.
Donations may be made online at either of the above websites, or for Saskatchewan regions, by mailing a cheque to:
CEF of Saskatchewan
74 Marquis Crescent
Regina, KS S4S 6J9
Please Note: If the funds exceed what is needed in that constituency, then they will be used in one needing more funding.
- Sponsor a Summer Missionary.
- Pray for every person involved in this ministry, as well as for all who attend the 5-Day Clubs.
You can be sure this ministry will reap lasting rewards. God bless you for your support!