I love using Christian illusions/magic tricks to share the gospel, demonstrate biblical truths, and tell Bible stories. I recently learned about how to use string magic to share the gospel. Intrigued?
To demonstrate this gospel magic trick, you will need a piece of string (pretty simple supplies list, Then, just follow the instructions from our friends at Let the Little Children Come. Here’s a little more information to get you started:
Many kids love playing with Legos. Have you ever used Legos to share the gospel before? Our friends at Let the Little Children Come have designed a very creative way for Legos to be used as a means for sharing the gospel. Here’s a description of this process from their website:
“Based on the same colors as the popular Wordless Book, this gospel presentation idea uses Lego bricks to share the message of salvation with children.
Easter is a great time to share the gospel with kids. Often, we get new families and kids in our churches around that time too. Are you prepared to share the gospel with them?
There’s a resource from Let the Little Children Come that you should know about called “the lost Easter egg pop-up tract.” Here’s more information about this Easter tract from their website:
“In this Easter tract, clever pop-ups tell the story of 3 children in search of a lost Easter egg. The 3 friends really, really want to find the lost Easter egg, just as God really, really wants to be with each one of us.
Lots of young girls like to use nail polish. Our friends at Let the Little Children Come had an interesting idea: what if nail polish could be used to share the gospel?
Sounds intriguing, right? They’ve practiced this method and described exactly how this tool can be used to share the gospel with other kids. Here’s a short description of this method from their website:
“Based on the same colors as the popular Wordless Book, this gospel presentation idea uses nail polish to share the message of salvation with children.
I love using Christian illusions/magic tricks to share the gospel with kids. I’m always looking for new and creative ways to engage kids attention and share the gospel story. So, when my friends from Let the Little Children Come sent this wordless magic bag to me, I was excited to see what it could do. In case you’re curious, here’s a description of the wordless magic bag from their website:
“The Wordless Magic Bag changes color each time you turn it inside out! Surprise children and hold their attention with this child evangelism tool as you share the gospel.
Kids love paper airplanes. In fact, if you give them a piece of paper to draw on, fill out to answer questions, etc… you will often find that they’ve eventually turned their piece of paper into a paper airplane to fly around. Wouldn’t it be great if you could give them a paper airplane with a purpose? Now you can!
Our friends from Let the Little Children Come have provided a free resource to you, called the gospel plane. Here’s what their website says about this gospel plane:
“Similar to the salvation bracelet, this child evangelism idea is based on the same colors as the Wordless Book. This gospel presentation uses paper airplanes to share the message of salvation with children.
Do your children like charm bracelets?
Today, we are taking a look at the enamel charms salvation bracelet from Let The Little Children Come. They’ve taken the original salvation bracelet and changed the design to the charm bracelets style. Take a look at the item description:
“The Enamel Charms Salvation Bracelet is an elegant and attractive accessory that you can wear on your wrist wherever you go. Based on the same colors as the popular Wordless Book, this bracelet gives you the perfect opportunity to share the gospel of salvation with children.
Adjustable to fit children and most adults, the Enamel Charms Salvation Bracelet can be conveniently handed out as gifts since each one is individually packaged with a simple explanation of the gospel message.”
When you were younger, or when your kids were younger, you may have seen a salvation bracelet.
Recently, our friends at Let The Little Children Come have created a paracord salvation bracelet, which is designed for older kids and youth. Here’s a short description of this item:
“The Paracord Salvation Bracelet is a simple accessory that you can wear on your wrist wherever you go. Based on the same colors as the popular Wordless Book, this bracelet gives you the perfect opportunity to share the gospel of salvation with children.
The Medium Paracord Salvation Bracelet is specially sized for older children and youths, and can be conveniently handed out as gifts since each one is individually packaged with a simple explanation of the gospel message.”
Are you looking for an easy, visual way to share the gospel?
Our friends from Let the Little Children Come created these wordless books in order to help children share the gospel with their friends. Here’s a short description of the useful wordless book:
“First used by Charles Spurgeon in 1866, the Wordless Book has become a very popular tool used all over the world to present the gospel to children. This all-time classic book of colored pages is not only extremely easy to use, it’s also very effective in communicating the message of salvation through Jesus Christ.”
Here are instructions for using the wordless book:
I love creative ways to tell the Christmas story to children. This Christmas tract from Let The Little Children Come is a great way to share the gospel message with children. Check out the description for these fun Christmas tracts for kids:
“This Christmas tract tells the biblical story of Jesus’ birth. With captivating animations throughout the tract, you will have a fully attentive audience. The true story of Christmas is that God sent his Son, Jesus, to be born on earth because he loves us very much and wants to be with us forever!”
Curious what other people think? Here is a product review from the store website:
“I ordered these tracts for our Sunday morning small groups. They are a fantastic hands on way for the children to interact with the story. They couldn’t wait to show their parents and older siblings. Even the parents loved them and wanted to know if we had any extras. Highly recommend!” –Kim
Here’s a video that will walk you through this Christmas tract in action: