Ten Commandments Day Book Sells Nearly 5 Million Copies in 8 Weeks

Share Article

When Dwight Hall set a target to print 2 million books in 2006, little did he know that orders for nearly 5 million books would flood in during the first 3 months of the year. That’s exactly what happened, however, when Remnant Publications, a non-profit Christian printing and publishing company, agreed to publish “Ten Commandments Twice Removed” this spring.

News Image
There have been paper allocation challenges, plus we have to keep up with our regular printing jobs, so the deluge of orders has been a challenge in some ways.

When Dwight Hall set a target to print 2 million books in 2006, little did he know that orders for nearly 5 million books would flood in during the first 3 months of the year. That’s exactly what happened, however, when Remnant Publications, a non-profit Christian printing and publishing company, agreed to publish “Ten Commandments Twice Removed” this spring.

The drive behind the book is the “National Ten Commandments Day” being promoted by Christians around the world. The Ten Commandments Day is a Christian response to what many see as the undermining of the underlying culture that has made America great.

“Ten Commandments Twice Removed”, a new release by Danny Shelton and Shelly Quinn, answers critical questions about the Decalogue with compelling clarity and biblical evidence. With unflinching conviction, the authors join their voices with great Christian leaders like D.L. Moody, John Wesley and Charles Spurgeon, to trumpet the truth—God never revoked His Ten Commandments!

Prominent Christian leaders are urging believers everywhere to celebrate a national, and they hope annual, Ten Commandments Day on May 7, 2006. In response to this call, thousands of Christians have ordered “Ten Commandments Twice Removed” to share with their friends and neighbors.

The logistics of shipping out this volume of orders has been a challenge for Remnant, but the small-town press has been up to it.

“We only have storage facilities for 400,000 books,” says Dwight Hall, president. “There have been paper allocation challenges, plus we have to keep up with our regular printing jobs, so the deluge of orders has been a challenge in some ways.”

It’s a challenge Remnant first started to face in 2005, when it sold 1.6 million copies of “The Passion of Love” in response to Mel Gibson’s hit movie, “Passion of Christ”. Remnant’s first bestseller, this heart-rending book about the life of Christ was carried in Walmarts and many Christian bookstores as well.

http://www.remnantpublications.com

###

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

David Berthiaume
Visit website