Tract Theme Page – Kid’s Tracts
for Kids (about ages 4-13)
(tracts also available in some other languages!)
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Adopted – Here is how I was adopted by God, and how you can be too! Click RED TITLE to read.
All God’s Creatures – Sam finds out how to witness at Sunday School and Grandpa gets saved!
Bed Time – Emily had never heard of Jesus or the Gospel. But now she understands. The gospel for young children.
Best Friend – Let me tell you about my very best friend! Written especially for children to present the gospel.
Cathy – Cathy has nothing to fear because, she knows she will soon go to be with her Best Friend.
Charlie’s Ants – Young readers learn that God became man to die for us. Click RED TITLE to read.
Cleo – When Cleo is rescued from the animal shelter, her owner learns how Jesus redeemed us.
Fool, The – When the king was dying without Christ, the jester knew he had found a bigger fool than himself.
God’s Little Angel – You mean I’m stuck being bad? Isn’t there anything I can do?
Gunslinger – A hired killer trusts Christ and, at death, goes to heaven.
It’s All About You – The perfect tract about a self-absorbed teenage girl, who gets the message and is saved in the end.
It’s Not Your Fault – This tract shows the great love Jesus has for people that were abused as children.
Kura’s Ants – The same story as the best selling, “Charlie’s Ants”, redrawn with black characters.
One Way! – The classic gospel tract using just pictures and very few words; presents the gospel in an effective way.
Only Way, The, – A mostly wordless tract; the same story as One Way, redrawn with black characters.
Present, The – The king had a present that he wanted to freely give to those in his kingdom who would receive it.
Set Free! – Satan wants to lead God’s creation away into bondage, but Jesus can cut you loose!
Slugger, The – When the Slugger learns he is about to die without Christ, he realizes that his money and fame are worthless.
Somebody Loves Me – Beaten and alone, a child dies. But Jesus cares.
Soul Sisters – the best selling children’s tract, “Best Friend” redrawn with black characters.
Throw Away Kid – Joy was left alone with no one to care, but God had other plans.
Trust Me – “You’re gonna love these drugs, kid, trust me on this!” Don’t do it! Just say “no!”
Warning, The – They ignored the simple warning. After all, it looked like such fun, with sad consequences.