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Evangelism tracts

 

You can order your tracts from: eden.co.uk.

Eden is a UK retailer. They often have promotional items at discounted cost.

 You can also order your tracts from: crossway.com.

Crossway is a USA retailer. They have a variety of tracts to suit your evangelism needs. Shipping outside of the USA is not cheap so order in bulk in order to ensure you get the most value from your order.

What are tracts?

A “tract” is a piece of writing expressing a strong belief usually about religion or politics. A gospel tract is a piece of writing expressing the gospel of Jesus Christ. It is useful to have these to hand out to the general public as part of your evangelism collateral. It is not mandatory to have tracts. Your outreach can still be very effective without them. Equally, giving them out can be a good way to initiate a conversation with a member of the public, as well as to give them inspirational reminder of the gospel of Jesus.

Amplifier
You can purchase amplifiers from Southend, Croydon, UK. A quick Google search will yield useful results.
Handbook for new converts
If someone gives their life to Christ on the spot, it is useful to give them a reading material as well as to point them to a local God-fearing Christian church. Here is a recommended reading handbook that you can include in your evangelism collateral for new converts - Every day with Jesus.

For God so loved the world....

Give thanks for the Lord Jesus Christ: His life, His atoning sacrifice, and His resurrection.

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. (John 3:16)

The Last Reformation (the beginning)

This documentary is changing the world right now! It shows how life must have been for the first disciples of Jesus who walked around on earth and why the gospel flooded the whole earth. It shows what a life of a Christian should look like - a life where signs and wonders are following us. 

The End of Churchianity (documentary)

Has the Church in the West substituted a passionate relationship with Jesus Christ for Sunday morning attendance? Have we set the bar too low and are people missing out on God because of 'religious tradition'? Is the luke-warm Church missing out on the power of God the Holy Spirit? The film makers travelled around the world filming testimonies of God's miraculous work through average, ordinary followers of Christ. It's time for the Church to rise up and be the powerful force of Love that this world so desperately needs. This is The End of Churchianity.

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