The Baptist Bulletin, the magazine of Regular Baptist Ministries, is your gateway to articles addressing current issues from a Baptist perspective, inspiring stories about people who serve in unique ways, and exciting coverage of what’s happening in Regular Baptist Ministries.
When you subscribe to The Baptist Bulletin, you can choose the print edition (All Access plan) or digital edition (Digital Only plan).
The All Access plan includes not only the print edition but also, as a complimentary bonus, access to the digital edition. The Digital Only plan allows you to read the entire magazine on your electronic device.
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|All Access Plan (Print and Digital)
All Access subscribers receive four print issues a year, plus complimentary access to the digital edition.
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|Digital Only Plan
Digital Only subscribers receive four digital issues a year.
You will have access to all digital content immediately after payment (you will receive an access e-mail from GTxcel, our digital partner).
Purchase a gift subscription online, by emailing subscriptions@BaptistBulletin.org, or by calling 847-585-0833. When completing the online form, simply check “This is a gift subscription” under Delivery Address Information. For more information about gift subscriptions, click here, e-mail subscriptions@BaptistBulletin.org, or call 847-585-0833.
Order a group subscription for your church and receive a discounted rate! You can purchase a combination of print (All Access plan) and digital (Digital Only plan) subscriptions. To order a group subscription or renew your church’s group subscription, click here.
Subscribers outside the U.S. can order an All Access subscription (print and digital issues) for $31.95/year or a Digital Only subscription for $9.95/year. To purchase an international subscription, order online, e-mail subscriptions@BaptistBulletin.org, or call 847-585-0833.
Full-time students at certain colleges and seminaries qualify for a free digital subscription.