Gospel tracts are small booklets or pamphlets that teach the word of God. They may relate to the afterlife, one of the Ten Commandments, or a biblical story. Tracts are paper products that are fairly inexpensive. Use them during Bible studies or during public occasions when you would like to spread the word of the Lord.
A Portable Reading Material
One of the main reasons that tracts are such a popular tool is due to their portability. Tracts are designed to teach a simple lesson or to get a reader to think deeply about a current or future issue.
A tract may contain colorful pictures, bold print, and some information that pertains to who to contact if a reader would like to order a few additional reading materials. Each booklet or pamphlet will fit inside of a pocket or a purse.
People may be accustomed to reading tracts while spending time at their home church. Reading materials are often designed for adults or youth. They can be handed out to large groups who are congregating during a formal or informal Bible session or during an open house or group dinner that is being held at a church.
If a wide variety of reading materials are purchased, then they can be set up on a display board. A board that contains individual holders will support a grouping of reading materials that others are able to pick up and take with them if they prefer to.
Before adding tracts to your church plans or personal agenda, think about the types of stories that you would like to share with others. Maybe, you would like to target a specific group of people who are currently facing adversity or having trouble maintaining their faith.
There are so many relatable stories that are told through the Gospels, and these stories could help restore someone's faith. Because there is so much suffering in the world today and many instances in which innocent people become victims, purchasing tracts that correlate to a few current crises that the population is facing may bring readers a sense of comfort as well as direction.
For the occasions in which you will be giving reading materials to others who do not attend your church, consider enclosing the reading materials in personal letters, placing them on the windshields of vehicles, or offering them to the patrons who stop by your business.