TRANSFORM LIVES and Inspire Faith through Modern-Day Tract Ministry. Great men of God from Martin Luther and John Wesley to Billy Graham and beyond have used the printed word to change lives and bless thousands of people from generation to generation. You too can use the printed page to expand your ministry.
USE TRACTS TO: Bring people to Christ • Clarify church doctrine • Comfort the bereaved • Develop discipleship/mentoring programs • Reinforce sermons • Effect social change • Combat false teaching • Promote your church • Inspire a high school graduate • Raise funds • And more!
THE GUIDE TO EFFECTIVE GOSPEL TRACT MINISTRY will guide you through writing to publishing to distributing tracts and touching lives. Even if you prefer to use other’s tracts, this guide provides helpful tips on organizing a gospel tract ministry and using tracts effectively (plus what not to do).
WHY USE TRACTS? Tracts…are inexpensive ministry tools • are proven to spark revivals, prevent suicides, heal relationships, inspire new ministries, move nations… • can be written and published by anyone • minister long after the author is gone • extend the life of sermons or lessons • reach people where they are • open doors and involve people in evangelism • are conversation starters • give hope to the hopeless • are easy to use
Possibilities in Tract Evangelism
Essential Guidelines for Creating a Tract
Important Pointers in Publishing a Tract
Blueprint for Personal Ministry
Appendixes (testimonies, writing tips, and recommended resources)
INCLUDES: 164 pages of instruction, illustrations and reproducible “Blueprint for Personal Ministry” booklet, plus a CD mini-seminar!
“DO YOU WANT TO BE AN INSTRUMENT GOD CAN USE TO BRING PEOPLE TO CHRIST? If so, tracts must fit into your strategy somewhere. Nothing goes further, costs less, says it better or lasts longer than a tract.…I recommend this book for your strong consideration…to begin a successful tract ministry that will bring great pleasure to the heart of God.” –Daniel Southern, President, American Tract Society