I am excited to introduce you to Gospel Tracts and Evangelism Tools Sampler Pack from Let the Children Come
This is a sample pack of the company’s 10 most popular Gospel tracts and or Evangelism tools. I like that we got a sample pack, so I could see examples of what all they offered before buying large quantities.
Each set comes in a zippered pack that contains the following:
- John 3:16 Animated Tract
- Gospel Button Flip About
- The Most Amazing House Pop-up flip about
- Wordless Bracelet Kit
- The True story of Christmas
- The lost Easter egg Pop up tract
- John 3:16 Flip About
- Silicone Salvation bracelet
- Where’s Everybody going?
- Wordless book
My favorite part of the pack was the Wordless Bracelets, one is silicone bracelet and the other is beads that you can use to make a bracelet. The colors are to explain Gods love for us and reminds us what he has done for us.
This site has some very neat items that would be good to use in a classroom, Sunday school or vacation bible school
I am glad I was given the opportunity to try this sample pack. I can now pick some items that would be useful in my classroom.
Disclosure (in accordance with the FTC’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising”): Many thanks to Propeller Consulting, LLC for providing this prize for the giveaway. Choice of winners and opinions are 100% my own and NOT influenced by monetary compensation. I did receive a sample of the product in exchange for this review and post.
Have you ever worried about your kids doing searches and coming up with sites that you do not feel appropriate for the age? Well now you do not have to worry as much with Kiddle.
Goggle has just launched its new search engine geared to kids. It has the same colors as
Google but with a kid friendly space theme with a robot as a mascot.
If your child does serch for something like “sex” they will get this pop up from an angry robot
When your child gets this he/she can do another search with appropriate words and get a search completed.
It also give tamer search results than normal engines give. As shown above, if you type in Marvel it will give these results. If you type in Marvel in a normal Google search you would not get the same results.
It is nice to know that Google is trying to take care of our children when we can not be around. It is still a good idea do a history on your child’s searches just to see what they really are looking at.
According to Tech Times the first three results come from the editors. The remaining results will have milder language than the normal search engine.
I know that kids have to use the computer more and more at younger ages but it is nice to have a search engine now that is kid friendly. Now if you are cooking supper or doing your own searches and not right with your child you can be secure in knowing they are getting kid friendly results.