Considering Your Salvation?
“If I was lost, this is the tract I would want someone to give me.” Written with kindness yet clarity, this message is ideal for someone you meet, but with whom you don’t have time to discuss matters fully.
This message is especially appropriate for the people you meet from day to day, but with whom you can’t have a lengthy conversation. Like your hair-dresser, barber, cashier, waitress, service technician or bank teller. Also ideal for visitors at church assemblies and Bible classes, the tract is readable, kind and caring. “Concise, yet complete.” Prepared in tri-fold style, with attractive color and formatting, it shows them you care, and tells them what they need to know.
“Very well written. It says just what needs to be said.”
Considering Placing Membership?
An ideal message to give to members who have been attending, but who have not yet expressed their intention to be considered part of the congregation. Gives scriptural precedent for placing membership and practical suggestions for getting involved in the local work.
Elders find this tract especially helpful in showing the need for arriving Christians to identify with the local congregation and get involved in the work. Includes scriptural references showing that the early disciples essentially “placed membership” and submitted to the local eldership, rather than roaming from congregation to congregation, remaining on the fringe, or trying to be a “member at large.” Also includes practical suggestions for how to go about placing membership and for getting involved in the congregation.
“A great tool when members move into our area.”
Considering Moving Away?
A somewhat specialized tract for members who are preparing to relocate. Encourages continuity and faithfulness through one of the most vulnerable times in a Christian’s life.
Experience shows that one of the most dangerous times in the life of Christians is when they move away. This tract is designed to prevent “dropping out” or becoming unfaithful after a move, or “falling through the cracks” and losing interest. Written from a scriptural and practical standpoint, it helps members safely transition from one location to another, and reminds them of your love and concern for their soul.
“We give this tract to any of our members who must move away.”
A long-time, popular tract written for young people and others who may be “getting close” to a decision to obey the gospel. Also appropriate for visitors and prospects who have some religious learning, but need to be baptized.
Baptism is often not properly emphasized by the denominations. As a result, many people need extra teaching and encouragement to take this important and necessary step of salvation. This tract is designed to help truth seekers see the purpose, importance and urgency of Bible baptism.
“A thoughtful, motivational message to anyone needing to be baptized.”
Designed to motivate and encourage Christians to begin teaching the gospel to others, this tract addresses one of the most crucial needs on the church today.
Written from a scriptural and motivational standpoint, this message is intended to encourage members to grow in the faith to the point where they quickly begin to teach others, both privately and in class settings. Appropriate for Teachers Workshops, training classes as well as general distribution to members, it is also helpful to class planners and Education Directors. The intent is to help members see the need to begin teaching others right away.
Considering a Christian College?
Designed to open minds to the possibility of attending a Christian school, this tract is ideal for young people approaching college age, as well as their parents.
A long-time favorite, this tract has been given to countless young people as they begin to consider what lies ahead after high school. Designed to encourage consideration of a Christian college or university, the message is presented with clarity and concern, in an attractive, tri-fold format.
“This was the tract that got me thinking about going to a Christian school.”
A message of hope and encouragement for discouraged Christians. [out of print]
[This tract is currently out of print.]