Teaching Little Ones About the Gospel (Review)

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Teaching little ones about the gospel doesn’t have to be difficult. Let the Little Children Come has made it easier than ever to share the gospel with kids. A nice selection of their products is available in the Gospel Tracts and Evangelism Tools Sampler Pack.

Teaching Little Ones About the Gospel

As parents, our number one job is to teach our children about Jesus and His love.

In our home, we have three rules for life . . .

Love Jesus. Praise Jesus. Live for Jesus.

Between scripture memorization, regular Bible reading, stories, and going to AWANA, the kids get a whole lot of Jesus. They hear about Him daily and know He loves them. But what they don’t get a whole lot of is fun to go with our lessons. This is where the Let the Little Children Come products come in.

Their child evangelism tools are more than just simple children’s tracts. Each product is designed to capture and hold the attention of children, while not distracting them from the message of salvation through Jesus Christ. See how that works? The products are just interesting enough to keep the attention of kids, but not so much that they lose sight of what is being taught.

Our Sample Pack includes 10 of the most popular Gospel Tracts and Evangelism Tools:

The animated tracts and FlipAbouts were by far the kids’ favorite items in the pack. The wordless bracelet kit was fun to put together but quickly became a source of strife when all four little ones wanted to wear it. But such is life with lots of littles, right?

Both wordless bracelets (silicone and bead) and the wordless book were effective teaching tools for spelling out the gospel in a simple kid-friendly way and double as easily carried around reminders of what was taught.

The FlipAbouts, I think, would be best for children ages 7 and up. While they found them fascinating, they couldn’t quite operate them properly which lead to a few rips and tears. However, the animated tracts were easily used over and over by all the children, ages 3 and up. The pop-up tracts are nice, but again, better suited for older children.

Teaching Little Ones about the Gospel

These fun evangelism tools really do make teaching little ones about the gospel an easy and enjoyable task. They would work wonderfully in Sunday school or other teaching settings, as well as homeschools everywhere.

Click here to read more Crew reviews about the awesome products from Let the Little Children Come

Gospel Tracts and Evangelism Tools {Let the Little Children Come Reviews}
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