When I was a young Canadian Christian tracts (a form of literature to help share the Gospel) scared me. I wasn’t opposed to using them but felt they were either poorly design though well written or well written yet poorly designed. As a result I never took tracts seriously. Then I moved to the UK. Here I met evangelists who whole heartedly believed in the role good tracts can and do play in evangelism. I found tracts that were well written and well designed. I also witnessed first-hand their effective use. Since this time I’ve even written some “full-sized” tracts and developed what I call micro-tracts, which are based on a double sided business card design. I always carry these with me and give them out to everyone I make a meaningful contact with, mail in with bills or leave at restaurants. For this reason I’ve personally provided a Christian tract to each church mailbox called, “Who Can Track a Tract.” It makes the case for tracts to Christians so they might use them as an evangelistic tool as we seek to fulfil the Great Commission. There are many free tract resources on the table in the foyer. You might also be interested in these two resources: 10ofThose.com/uk (UK); mwtb.org (USA). If you’d like to share a digital version of this feature tract with someone you know click here.