Tuesday, October 31, 2017

A Review of the Gospel Tracts and Evangelism Tools Sampler Pack from Let the Little Children Come

I personally believe that the most important thing we can teach children is the Gospel message and how they can get saved.  I know that there are a lot of different methods of sharing the Gospel out there and I think this is a good thing since not all kids learn the same way.  This is why was I very interested in receiving the Gospel Tracts and Evangelism Tools Sampler Pack from Let the Little Children Come to review.  This sampler pack is full of tracts and tools for spreading the Gospel with children.
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Let the Little Children Come is a company that is on a mission to provide effective and useful child evangelism tools and resources to share the Gospel message with children.  They offer several different tracts, salvation bracelets, and other items designed specifically to help you teach children the Gospel message which is salvation through Jesus Christ.  They offer many tools and tracts for specific occasions along with their general tracts.

The Gospel Tracts and Evangelism Tools Sampler Pack we received contains 10 of the most popular tracts and evangelism tools that they sell.  It included:
  • John 3:16 Animated Tract
  • The True Story of Christmas Animated Tract
  • Where's Everybody Going? Animated Tract
  • John 3:16 FlipAbout
  • Gospel Buttons FlipAbout
  • The Most Amazing House Pop-up Tract
  • The Lost Easter Egg Pop-up Tract
  • Wordless Book
  • Wordless Bracelet Kit
  • Silicone Salvation Bracelet
These sampler packs are available on their website.  They are $11.95 each if you order 1-10 packs of them, $10.95 each if you order 11-20 packs of them, or $9.95 each if you order more than 20 packs.
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When these arrived we opened them to check them all out.  I have to tell you that they are some of neatest tracts we have seen.  Each of the animated tracts tell a story that you can easily share with children.  Not only do they do that.  They have fun pictures that you can make move using the special plastic film that is included with the tract.  The John 3:16 Animated Tract helps you walk children through the Bible verse with neat moving pictures for each part of the verse.  At the end of the tract, it tells us why this verse is so important and what it means.  It tells how we can be with God forever and has a prayer the child can pray if they choose to.  The Where's Everybody Going? Animated Tract is very similar.  Instead of telling a Bible verse, it speaks about how God created us all and wants us to be with Him.  It tells what you need to do to be with God forever and also shares a prayer that the child could choose to pray.  The True Story of Christmas Animated Tract follows the same methods except it tells the story of Jesus' birth and how He can be your forever Christmas present.  It also has a prayer to lead a child through if they choose to.  These animated tracts caught our attention because of the fun moving pictures and the detailed stories.  We all had fun making the pictures move and reading the tracts.  These will be perfect for my hubby to share with the boys he teaches in the Awana program at our church because they are interactive and will hold their attention for a few minutes.

The FlipAbout books are a fun and unique way to share the message.  They have 4 simple pictures that are used to tell the Gospel.  You fold and flip the little books and then open the page to a new picture.  The Gospel Buttons FlipAbout has a picture of heaven, a picture to represent sin, a picture of the cross, and a picture of a clean heart.  The message is simple - God wants us in heaven with him, we can't just go live with him because of our sin, Jesus died on the cross to pay the price for our sin, and we can be made clean from our sin by believing in Jesus Christ.  The John 3/16 FlipAbout use the verse to tell how we can be saved.  My kids had a lot of fun flipping through these and my daughter said that her old Sunday School teacher had one of these to tell about the Gospel.  Once you figure out the right way to fold and flip, they are a neat little tool to use and I like them because it is a simple message that is easy to remember.
The pop-up tracts were fun to read through and I think they would really appeal to young kids.  They would have been perfect for when my hubby and I taught preschool and Kindergarten age students.  I think the stories would have been good for them and watching to see what picture would pop-up next would hold their attention.  The Wordless Bracelet Kit is a gospel tool that I have seen before and one we used for VBS at our old church.  The kids made a bracelet with a single yellow, black, red, white, and green bead.  Each bead represents a part of the gospel and you tell them about it as they put it on the cord.  The Silicone Salvation Bracelet comes with a tract that explains what the colors on the bracelet are.  It would be a great way to hand out the gospel for Halloween, VBS, or fun fairs.  The kids can take it home and open it and read the message on their own.  It is designed for older children and comes in multiple sizes.  The last tool in this sample pack is the Wordless Book.  This book has colored pages that are used to tell the gospel story.  It is a tool that has been used for many years and in many classrooms.

We really liked the variety of tracts in this sampler pack.  I thought each of them were fun and unique and would reach a variety of children.  There was something in the pack that would capture any child's attention.  I plan to donate my sampler pack to our church's Awana program so they can use the tracts with the kids there.  They can also look over them to see if there is one or more they would like to order to use.  If you interact with children in any way - after school clubs, church groups, Sunday School, or more - this sampler packet would be perfect to have on hand.  The tracts are small enough to keep in a wallet or purse and have on you anytime.  You can find out more about Let the Little Children Come on their website or on Facebook.  You can find out more about the sampler pack we received by clicking here.  Also you can get more ideas of how to use these tracts by clicking the banner below and reading the reviews of my friends on the Homeschool Review Crew.
Gospel Tracts and Evangelism Tools {Let the Little Children Come Reviews}

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