Gospel Tracts by Memory Cross: Creative Evangelism through origami design

 

Gospel Tracts

Memory Cross has created origami Gospel Tracts that is made up of very unique four panel fold to share with you the Gospel. This unique design grabs the interest and gives new intending to personal evangelism. Pastor Derek Combs of Jessieville First Baptist Church says:

Our church has experimented with tracts in the past at various children’s outreach events. A lot of them get tossed aside and never read. The one tract that appears to captivate the eye from the kids and oldsters may be the Halloween Memory Cross card. It really is creative, innovative, and many of most biblically sound and gospel-centered. I would like Christians to appreciate the treasure they have in this product for child evangelism. There is nothing better.”

Child Evangelism

This outreach evangelism card replaces flyers and other tracts that many times don’t get read. For Halloween many churches host trunk or treats and Memory Cross has created several Christian outreach tracts using their origami four panel design. Susan had this to express:

We ordered John 3:16 and John 14:6 Gospel tracts to pass out at our booth at our town’s trunk or treat. We probably distributed 150 roughly at our booth in addition to free refreshments, plus they were great conversation starters about spiritual matters.

Several of the Gospel tracts hyperlink to NeedHim.org or videos offering more info. Custom evangelism tracts can also be found starting at 500 cards.

Along with tracts for Christian outreach Memory Cross also creates Bible story cards that help children remember important Bible stories. Some with the very popular ones include birth of Moses, Moses crossing the Red Sea, Jesus feeding the 5 thousand, Jesus calming the storm and tracts based on the beginning of Romans, known as the Roman Road.

Memory Cross also makes preprinted and blank Scripture Memory Cards that assist kids put God’s Word into their hearts and minds.

About Memory Cross: Memory Cross was the concept of Andy Lambert who is a Pastor inside the United Methodist Church and Mike Vitamvas who owned a printer. Together they created this excellent origami design. Since the start Memory Cross has produced millions of cards which were shipped around the world. The website is: http://www.memorycross.com