If your local bookstore does not have what you want, or you would just rather deal with us,
you can use your credit card or PayPal to order direct from the USA. We ship by International
Priority Mail, which reaches most destinations in about two weeks. When you place your online order,
our server will tell you exactly what shipping will cost before you submit your order.
However, here are some estimates to give you a rough idea:
There are three package sizes available:
Range from $22.75 to $31.3
Holds 100 tracts or about 2 books of 224 pages each
(or 4 books of 112 pages each).
Range from $43.65 to $68.35
Holds 650 tracts or about 18 books of 224 pages each.
Range from $56.95 to $89.25
Holds 1000 tracts or about 27 books of 224 pages each.
Over the past few years, the cost of international shipping has risen dramatically. We make no profit on international shipping and only charge you what we pay. But for many, the costs are still too great.
To help spread the Gospel worldwide, we are taking a step of faith and offering a free shipping option on any order shipped outside the U.S.A. Sometimes the shipping costs will be greater than what you pay us for the order, but we believe the Lord will provide for us.
Though not required, you could help us by ordering tracts in quantities of 25 (ex. 25, 50, 100, 500, 1000) and ordering a minimum of $25. Thank you!
Use common sense, of course. For example, if you are in Saudi Arabia, there is very little chance that a box of Christian books will reach its destination. But in most countries of the world, this is not a problem. If you are unsure about your country, ask us about it at email@example.com.
Duties and Taxes:
You know your own country, and know the tax (like VAT) that you pay on everything you buy there. Christian books are no different. Your postmaster may collect your normal taxes from you at delivery.
We feel a moral obligation to make sure you get what you pay for. In the unusual event that your books don’t reach you, we will reship or return your payment. This isn’t just a business for us... it's a ministry.