Gospel Tracts…

The Lord appears to be leading Nathan to have a booth at the County Fair again this year. Part of the preparations involves gospel tracts – lots of them. Nathan has asked if I would do some of the tract research and preparations. We would like to have a different tract each night as a primary tract, and feel variety will be even more important this year since we expect a number of visitors to the booth that would have also stopped by last year.

We have used some of the Living Waters tracts in the past and will use some of them again this year. We have appreciated the Living Waters tracts’ emphasis on the law and repentance, followed by the salvation message In addition, I was wondering if others have tracts that they have found to be effective that you could recommend to us? We are looking for two types. Some that would be for older youth and adults that contain a clear and strong gospel message (we try to avoid the “1-2-3, pray with me” types), along with some that would be appropriate to be given to young children with the balloons we’ll likely be making.

In Christ,

5 thoughts on “Gospel Tracts…”

  1. You should look on Answers in Genesis website. Another effective way to reach the lost is starting with a Creator and His Creation. The seven C’s of History. Creation, Corruption, Catastrophe, Confusion, Christ, Cross, and Consummation. They have opened a Creation Museum in Kentucky and it is touching lives around the world! They have tracts and pamphlets. http://www.answersingenesis.org
    God Bless you!

  2. I don’t have any suggestions on tracts, but would love it if you would announce on your blog the tracts that you do use. This is a ministry that we would like to start as a family.

  3. The pink and blue tracts that Living Waters offers are great for kids! They will end up wanting extras to give to all their friends too! When I used to teach a 2nd grade Sunday school class at church, I brought in those tracts along with some others to teach the kids about witnessing, and they all were so excited about the pink and blue tracts that they went all through the church showing everyone they saw. They are called “Curved Illusion”. Even adults seem to love these tracts. I hope this helps.

  4. I have a friend who gives out the Million Dollar bill tracts (by Living Waters) everywhere she goes, and they are almost never refused. These are so popular that adults often ask for extras to show their friends also.

  5. Hi Christopher,
    We met briefly at the fair in Tonganoxie on the last Friday. It’s an encouragement what you’re all doing.

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