Review: Let the Little Children Come

I find talking about God, the Gospel, and salvation daunting sometimes, especially when talking to children. That's why this Gospel Tracts and Evangelism Tools Sampler Pack that I got for review  from Let the Little Children Come is wonderful. Each of the ten items in the pack helps engage children children's attention and interest, and makes sharing the Gospel much easier.


 Let the Little Children Come Gospel Tracks

Each of these items in the sampler pack is also available individually, in packs of 10--perfect for group activities.


I've only explored these with Raine and Breeze, who were immediately intrigued by the colorful stuff in the clear pouch that the sampler comes in. "What's that? Can we see?" was their immediate response. I let them fiddle with the items, which include:

  1. The True Story of Christmas Animated Tract
  2. Wordless Bracelet Kit
  3. Where's Everybody Going Animated Tract
  4. Gospel Buttons FlipABout
  5. John 3:16 Animated Tract
  6. The Most Amazing House Pop-up Tract
  7. Silicon Salvation Bracelet
  8. The Lost Easter Egg Pop-up Tract
  9. John 3:16 FlipAbout
  10. Wordless Book

Breeze asked for the Wordless Bracelet Kit. Raine had gone to Bible Camp and came home with a wordless paracord bracelet, so I guess she wanted one of her own. The kit comes with five different colored beads, which each represent the parts of the Gospel: yellow to remind us of heaven; black represents sin; red is for the blood of Jesus; white is our cleansing and rebirth; and green to remind us to grow in our relationship with God. The kit comes with easy-to-follow instructions on how to put together the bracelet, how to use it, and more importantly, a script to follow when you present this to a kid (or adult!). You can also download a PDF file of the script or watch a video demonstration on the Let the Little Children Come website.

Wordless Bracelet assembled by Breeze

A script to follow when presenting the wordless bracelet

Raine using the Silicon Salvation Bracelet (the Medium size is still too big for her), and Breeze wears the Wordless Bead Bracelet

The girls also enjoyed the FlipAbouts. These are amazing paper things that you fold and unfold to reveal different pictures. Again, it comes with a video demonstration, instructions on how to use it, and a script (which you can also download as a PDF). It's rather hard to explain, but here's Breeze doing her own demo:

I love pop-up books and cards because I appreciate the crafting that goes into making it, so I liked the two pop-up books that are included in the sampler pack. Both are very simple stories, The first is about The Lost Easter Egg, a story about three friends looking for that last Easter egg--similar to the way that God looks for all his lost sheep. Again, the story has a video, instructions, and a script.


The other pop-up is simpler and more to the point--it talks about the house that God has prepared for us in heaven.

One of the pop-up books included in the sample

The most fun items were the animated tracts. Breeze kept doing it over and over, at various speeds, until she finally exclaimed, "I figured out how it works!" It truly is engaging, and as with all the others, comes with instructions, a demo, and a script.


Of all the items though, I think the easiest to work with, if you had a group of kids the age of mine, would be the Wordless Bracelet kit. My girls and their friends like arts and crafts, so the kit would be an ideal hook before you segue into the sharing. For younger kids, the animated tracts or the pop-ups would be wonderful--storytelling with a purpose.

Other homeschooling families have explored the Gospel Tracts and Evangelism Tools Sampler Pack   from Let the Little Children Come. Click below to read about their experiences.


Gospel Tracts and Evangelism Tools {Let the Little Children Come Reviews}

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  1. Raine Hermoso Prudente says

    It wasn’t Bible Camp, it was Camp Equip! Besides, we played un-Biblical dodgeball. And the Silicon bracelet fits.

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