Christmas Shipping Update
As of Dec 16th, 2020, we can no longer guarantee that any orders on banneroftruth.org will arrive in time for Christmas.
The Post Office is still behind schedule but they seem to be catching up a bit. Be cautious if you choose any USPS shipping option because it is likely they will not arrive in their listed time (2-3 Days for Standard, 7-10 Days for Economy). They are still the more affordable option, and we are confident that your package will eventually arrive at your location, but if speed is an issue do not use them.
If you are concerned with your shipment arriving as soon as possible, and you live East of the Mississippi, then UPS Standard is your best option.
Regarding order processing time, please know that we continue to work diligently to get your orders out on asap, but there is still a 1-2 day delay due to the volume of orders we are receiving this season. This means that once your order is placed it will take 1-2 business days before we are able to get it in the mail. Please consider this as you review the shipping options in checkout.
We appreciate your prayers during this busy season. It is an encouragement to see all these Banner books go out the door. Pray that they would not simply rest on shelves but that they would reach the hearts and minds of our readers. Soli Deo Gloria!
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