Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Gospel Tracts and Evangelism Tools (A Homeschool Crew Review)

Many times, when we want our kids to learn something, we spend large amounts of money on high-end curriculums in the hopes that a bigger price tag equals a better learning tool.  However, sometimes, less is more.  The kids have been learning and understanding more about God through a few very simple tools that were included in the Gospel Tracts and Evangelism Tools Sampler Pack from Let the Little Children Come

The Gospel Tracts and Evangelism Tools Sampler Pack is a package that contains ten simple but effective tools that capture children's attention while delivering powerful messages of God's love.  

Each Sampler pack includes the following:

  • 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 (Medium)
  • Where’s Everybody Going? Animated Tract
  • Wordless Book

Everything came packaged neatly in a zippered bag along with additional paperwork that tells gives suggestions how to use each item with children along with Biblical explanations for each tract. 

Right out of the package, the kids wanted to look at and play with the various pieces included in this sampler pack.   Without a doubt, the Animated Tracts were the most popular. 

The animated tracts are small booklets that at first glance have strange blurry illustrations. 

Each tract also has a small piece of black stripped plastic that tucks neatly inside the booklet.  When kids take the plastic and place them over the blurred illustrations and slowly move the plastic sideways, the blurred images then become a recognizable image and appears to move. 

Here's a video of the kids checking out the animated tracts that shows how the animated aspect works. 

Ashleigh really enjoyed the Wordless book, the wordless bracelet kit, the Salvation bracelet and the Gospel Button FlipAbout Tract.  All three of these tracts use colors to represent an important part of the story of our Salvation.  Gold (yellow) represents that God wants us to be in Heaven with him, Black represents the sin that keeps us from being with God, Red represents the blood that Jesus shed to take the punishment of our sins, White represents our sins being made white as snow from Jesus's sacrifice for us on the cross, and Green represents growing in our relationship with Jesus. 
Both kids also really enjoyed the FlipAbout books.  These are 2 inch by 2 inch square foldable "books" that work like something origami. Kids simply flip, fold and unfold these little tracts in order to create new images that help to tell the story of the tract. 
Here's Garrett with the John 3:16 tract. 

And Ash really liked the pictures with the Gospel Button tract that uses the same
message as the wordless book and bracelets. (Ashleigh is wearing the Silicone Salvation Bracelet in this photograph).

Garrett really enjoyed the two popup books that were part of the sampler package.  One is about the true meaning of Easter while the other is about the house that God has prepared for us when we join him in Heaven.  This one was Garrett's favorite out of everything included in the package. 

Each of these tracts are great tools for spreading the story of salvation to young children throughout the year.  The True Story of Christmas animated tract could easily be placed in stockings, gift bags or even as part of a Shoebox for Operation Christmas Child while the Lost Easter Egg pop-up book could be put in Easter baskets.

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For more information on the Gospel Tracts and Evangelism Tools Sampler Pack as well as other products, visit the Let The Little Children Come website. You can also find them on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/LetTheLittleChildrenCome/   
Gospel Tracts and Evangelism Tools {Let the Little Children Come Reviews}

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