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 that this will be a sign among you. When your children ask, 'What do these stones mean to you?' you will answer them that the waters of the Jordan were cut off before the ark of the covenant of the Lord. When it crossed the Jordan, the waters of the Jordan were cut off. These stones will be a memorial for the children of Israel continually." Joshua 4:6-7 MEV
I believe that humans have short memories. We long for the "good old days", but forget the difficulties. A prime example is how the Israelites longed for the comforts of Egypt when they were in the wilderness. Their memories minimized the oppression they suffered there.
However, remembering is important. There are several instances in the Old Testament where God commanded that something be done as a memorial. The one we are all familiar with is the Feast of Passover, as instituted in Exodus 12. God wants us to remember significant events.
Similarly, Joshua 4 tells us of a memorial that was built after the Israelites crossed the Jordan River. God wanted His people to remember this event forever, so there must be something we can learn from it. When you think about how God cut off the waters of the Jordan so the Israelites could pass through, what comes to mind? Awe of God's power, protection, and guidance of His people humble my heart. We might not experience things on such a grand scale in our daily lives, but the God who led His people through the Jordan is the same One who cares for us each day. Praise God!
Although it's not a biblical commemoration, Remembrance Day is an opportunity for us to pause and reflect on all who have served on our behalf to help create this country, maintain peace in our homeland, and protect the rights of people around the world. We are blessed beyond measure, and we give thanks to each one who has helped make Canada the wonderful country it is, as well as to God for His protection and guidance each step of the way.
With heartfelt thanks! May we never forget, or take this sacrifice for granted.
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:
Santa Shuffle - Fun Run and Elf Walk
The Santa Shuffle is a 5 km fun-run and a 1 km walk along the scenic trails of Wascana Park in Regina. All ages and skill levels are welcome. Participants can also raise pledges to support the work of the Salvation Army within Regina.
Lunch is provided afterwards, and there's an opportunity to win prizes for being best (most festively) dressed and for being a top fundraiser.
A great way to get active in the outdoors while supporting your community!
Date: Saturday, December 1 at 10:00 a.m.
Location: Wascana Park, beginning at the Conexus Arts Centre - 200A Lakeshore Drive, Regina
Cost: Entry fee is based on age and group size. Registration deadline is November 29th.
For more information, and to register, a link to their website can be found on our Community Link website.
What can you do for this ministry?
- Participate in the walk/run.
- Can't participate that day? Consider supporting the Salvation Army in other ways - either financially or by volunteering.
- Pray for each person the Salvation Army ministers to in Regina and area.
You can be sure that this ministry will reap lasting rewards. God bless you for your support!