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Hey! I gotta tell you about this nifty little product, one that will help you share the gospel with the children in our lives. I would never have known about such neat little ways to share the gospel with children before seeing this sampler pack from Let the Little Children come. Boy, tracts have come a long way baby!
What we received was a sample pack of the various tracts produced by Let the Little Children Come. And wow.. I was impressed by most of it. Well done products to intrigue children as you help them learn more about our Lord and Saviour.
A colourful bracelet with a colour code.
Tells you all about what the colours mean in regards to the salvation plan.
It goes along really well with the wordless booklet that is all colours with no words. Learn one, learn all three. 🙂
Oh….I almost forgot the bead bracelet, again, it’s wordless, using the colours to help tell the gospel message. I’ve seen these beads quite often in the past so they were nothing new to me. Having the colour code was new so I am so pleased it was included. “I made something like this mom, in vacation bible school, remember I brought it home?” He then needed to run upstairs to show me. The fact that he kept shows it’s importance to him.
Moving tracts, I don’t know how else to describe them, they are tracts with skewed images that if you put a black plastic over them and shuffle it back and forth it makes the image appear and appear to be moving. There were three of these, all different. On the website they are called animated tracts! 🙂 My boy fitzed around with these three for quite a while checking them out. They definitely got a thumbs up from him.
The Gospel Button FlipAbout and John 3:16 FlipAbout. Admittedly these two are the only ones I wasn’t keen about. My lad didn’t care for them either, he’d gotten another type this summer that had more twists in it then these, so he didn’t like them and didn’t think other children would either. They took a bit of figuring out initially. Not bad, present the message, just not our favourites of the bunch.
The Pop Up Tracts! I have to admit these were our favourites. In fact… the house one disappeared from my bag of tracts….and I’m guessing it’s either been given away by my lad or disappeared into his room somewhere. Little tracts with pages that pop up to help tell a story from the bible. We thought they were fantastic! The two were “The Most Amazing House” and “The Lost Easter Egg”.
I’ve provided a bit of a walk through for you here:
It’s a rather good variety you’ll find and I found it to be excellent quality. In talking about it with friends I discovered a hitherto unknown use… as rewards for a girl’s club party. While another mom said “My kids could use that with their friends!” And another “I like that bracelet, would be good to make it with my group”. I love sharing neat products like this with people I know.
So there you have it, a good variety of tracts, which you can order as a sample pack, or if a particular one (like the house tract) appeals to you, you can just order it! They make it so simple to get just what you want. Can’t you imagine all the different ways you can use them? Hallowe’en gifts, girls and boys clubs, vacation bible school, Sunday School, neighbourhood evangelism, and so much more. Bring the gospel easily to the children in your lives. Let the Little Children come has made it so easy.
US$ 11.95 (1 – 10 packs)
US$ 10.95 (11 – 20 packs)
US$ 9.95 (21 packs or more)
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