1 Each Current Title, Over 90 Assorted
150 assorted full-color tracts.
10 Each of 15 Titles, 600 pages
Seven men drown at the harbor entrance. Almost believing in Christ is not enough.
Full-Color, 4 pages
We like to think that we will somehow avoid the awful things which others experience. But there is an awful event ahead of every man. Now what?
Full-Color Tract, 4 pages
A clear warning not to put off the message of salvation until it's too late, based on a story from Niagara Falls.
On May 2, 2011, Osama bin Laden's body was washed, wrapped in cotton and lowered from the deck of the U.S.S. Carl Vinson by an elevator to sea level. Has this brought peace, rest and certainty to any human heart?
Bean by bean, the pigs followed him to the slaughterhouse. So Satan lures and leads sinners to hell with pleasures and distractions.
Gratitude seems to be going out of style. Ingratitude and unholiness go together. Everything we have we have received. We have received better than we have deserved.
Rampaging soldiers splash blood on doors of houses where they have killed the occupants. A goat's blood on one door shelters the occupants of one house. So Christ's blood shelters those who trust Him.
Bubbles, like sin, are pretty for a while but leave a big mess. Only Jesus can cleanse from sin.
Rull-Color Tract, 4 pages
The certainty of salvation based on God's Word was found by Queen Victoria.
God's Word reaches a soldier in his final moments. Centered on John 3:16, this is one of the most popular tract stories of all time.
How Willie the cook's helper helped his dying captain to understand Isaiah 53:5. Over the past century, this classic tract has appeared as: "He Took My Place" - "The Dying Sea Captain" - "How Captain Coutts Got Saved" - and "Captain Coutts' Last Voyage."
Chelsea chases a skunk. Man chases sin. Both leave their odor and require cleansing.
Christ will return and He will judge.