Let the Little Children Come Evangelism Tools – Review and Recommendation

Many years ago, before I was a filmmaker, I was a children’s ministry director.  I taught children’s church every Sunday for almost five years, and was always on the lookout for ways to share the plan of salvation in ways that children could understand. I would have appreciated these animated tracts by Let the Little Children Come.

I was given a packet of  John 3:16 animated tracts to review, and it’s pretty cool. It’s a tract booklet with the scripture, cute pictures, and a striped plastic sheet that creates an animation when placed over the images. It also comes with directions on how to use the tracts to share the plan of salvation with small children. I could see myself using it in a children’s church, Sunday School, or VBS setting.

Let the Little Children Come has many more products in addition to the animated tracts. I’ve always loved wordless books, and they have a number of wordless products – several different bracelets, a magic bag, a hacky sack, and even a water bottle. Each would be great to have.

If you work with children and are on the lookout for new approaches to telling the age old story, register for a chance to win a sampler pack with 10 different evangelism tools.

Register HERE.

Although I received a sample of this product, opinions are my own and not influenced by monetary compensation.

Author: Sharon Wilharm

Sharon Wilharm is a female filmmaker, blogger, and speaker with over a decade of industry experience. She and her husband, Fred, just released SUMMER OF '67, their seventh feature film. Their movies have screened in theaters, festivals, and churches around the globe as well as multiple television networks. They've accumulated dozens of festival accolades including many Best of Fest awards and 4 ICVM Crown Awards. Sharon is passionate about visual storytelling, branding, and marketing and would love to speak at your upcoming event.

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