The Basic Things Bundle 1

by Lars Dunberg | four books, each 32 pages | paperback | English

This bundle contains a copy of each of the four books from the Basic Things Series, which includes The Basic Things You Need to Know About:

  • Jesus
  • Reading & Studying the Bible
  • Salvation
  • Prayer

For orders of more than 500 copies, please contact us for pricing.

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This bundle contains a copy of each of the first four books from the Basic Things Series, which includes:

  • The Basic Things You Need to Know About Jesus
  • The Basic Things You Need to Know About Reading & Studying the Bible
  • The Basic Things You Need to Know About Salvation
  • The Basic Things You Need to Know About Prayer

This little booklet series was created to provide a basic overview of the key concepts of the Christian faith. The title says it all: these are the basic things you need to know. A deep foundation is important if we are to build high; and a good understanding of the basics is crucial if we are to grow spiritually.

These booklets can be utilized in many ways:

  • Missions at home and overseas
  • In small groups or Sunday school classes
  • As a tool for teaching new believers
  • As a guide for teachers creating their own curriculum
  • For anyone who wishes to revisit the basics of the faith

Additional information

Weight 6.8 oz
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1-24 copies = $10.00 each, 25-100 copies = $9.00 each, 101-250 copies = $7.00 each, 251-500 copies = $6.00 each

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