Particular Baptist Press with a special offer announcement:
During the month of June, set up a new standing order and with your first order, we will ship you four FREE books – a $109 value!
The four free books are: An Exposition of the Epistle to the Ephesians, by Robert E. Pattison; An Exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews, by James A. Haldane; The Three Mrs. Judsons, by Arabella Stuart; and The History of the First Baptist Church of Charleston, SC, 1682-2007, by Robert A. Baker, Paul J. Craven and Marshall Blalock. You may click on each book title to take you to our web site for more information on the volumes included in this limited time special offer.
Standing Order benefits!
Particular Baptist Press, a non-profit ministry, is seeking interested institutions and individuals who believe in the promotion and preservation of Baptist history, who will entrust a standing order with our Press that will help finance other publications. Knowing we have a fixed number of orders enables us to print larger quantities, which in turn lowers our per-volume sales price. Our individual standing order customers also enjoy free shipping.
What is a standing order and how does it work?
A standing order means that as we publish a book, we will automatically ship the book directly to you with an invoice. We generally print between three and four books a year. If, for some reason, you do not want a particular book, you may return it with the invoice. When your order is initially set up, we will work with you to customize your preferences with regard to our inventory of publications that you may not already own. Thus, getting you caught-up on all of our books of interest to you.
For more information please contact Gary Long or Patti Holcomb at (417) 883-0342 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
To request a standing order with Particular Baptist Press, fill out the Standing Order Request Form and mail it to 2766 W. Farm Road 178, Springfield, MO 65810.
You may learn more about Particular Baptist Press from our interview #54 with Gary Long.