Does WallBuilders help with genealogy research?

While WallBuilders has a very large collection of historical books and documents, those resources do not include the type of records that are generally helpful for genealogical research. Generally, local libraries provide useful materials such as area newspapers or county records. Additionally, some states make census and other public records available online. You may want to begin with The Ancestor Hunt – a helpful website that provides how-to articles and dozens of resource links to point you in the right direction.

Can I reprint WallBuilders books or show WallBuilders videos?

The reproduction of excerpts from our copyrighted books falls under the guidelines outlined by federal law. Typically, WallBuilders permits the use of up to two full pages from our printed publications, with proper acknowledgment or citation. Our policy doesn’t extend permission for more extensive excerpts from our copyrighted materials to be used.

Videos produced by WallBuilders can be shown to a group under the following conditions. 1: No fee is charged for viewing by the group. 2: No edits are made that changes the intent or meaning of the message WallBuilders is communicating in the original video. Please contact us if you have additional questions.

Can I repost articles from WallBuilders’ website or emails?

Our website’s articles and email communications are designed to be shared! Consequently, we encourage the reposting or reprinting of our website articles and emails. Please remember to credit to WallBuilders by providing a link to our website or via other citation.