Most of us have had an experience of some sort with a Gospel Tract. In fact, there is one that looks like a piece of currency floating around in my husband’s wallet. I get excited every time I get a little glimpse of it until I remember it is not, in fact, a million dollar bill. Not that I go through my husband’s wallet all that much…I do need to make that clear. Someone gave it to him years ago and he still keeps it in his wallet. Anyhoo. I do think that Gospel Tracts have their places, but many of them often leave me disappointed in the method of delivery. I think we can show more of Jesus with our lives than with a piece of paper. That being said, I was pleasantly surprised with the offering of Gospel Tracts I just received from Let the Little Children Come. Read on for my review of the Gospel Tracts and EvangelismTools Sampler Pack.
I need to tell you that years ago we were full-time children’s pastors. We have high expectations for tools used for ministry to kids. We are now senior pastors and our expectations haven’t waned any. We think they need to be engaging, well-made and, most importantly, convey a clear and positive redemptive message.
The tracts and puzzles from Let the Little Children Come meet all of our criteria.
Here is what came in our sample pack.
- John 3:16 Animated Tract
- Gospel Buttons FlipAbout
- The Most Amazing House Pop-up Tract
- Wordless Bracelet Kit
- The True Story of Christmas Animated Tract
- The Lost Easter Egg Pop-up Tract
- John 3:16 FlipAbout
- Silicone Salvation Bracelet
- Where’s Everybody Going? Animated Tract
- Wordless Book
You can see that while there are several Tracts to choose from, each tract falls into one of three styles.
The Worldless Bracelet Kit contains 5 colored beads that represent the Salvation message (just as the Salvation Bracelet). However, this is basically a little craft kit so you can use this as an activity for a class or group of kiddos.
The Wordless Book also uses the 5 colors to help kids talk about their faith. There are no words (obviously), but each color points to Christ and helps kids express that.
I think there are so many possibilities for each product. The Tracts are excellent to stick in visitor packs, handout at outreach events or even bake sales. We have a food pantry and a free community meal every week and I think we are going to get a variety to stick in food pantry boxes or handout to kids at the community meal. There is enough of a “play” element to each of them…they will certainly keep a body occupied (and encouraged ;<). In fact, the seasonal tracts for Christmas and Easter are going to go on our list this next year for purchase.
The bracelets and Wordless books would be terrific to handout in your children’s church or Sunday school classes. I think it’s important for kids to learn to how to talk about their faith. You could even incorporate them into part of your salvation messages. I also think they would be great to give in stockings.
There are so many possibilities! And Let the Little Children Come produces quality products. We just used the Halloween Tracts at church. Not only did they look adorable, but they were well-made and the message was clear and creative. You can read my review for that product here.
I think you will be impressed with all of their products! They do good work.
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