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  • Writer's picturePreston Fidler

Wordless Tract (in Color!)

Updated: Mar 6, 2022

My wife Jenn created a wordless tract featured in my books in black and white. I mention how color is added to toward the end of the tract to indicate when the child hears, understands, and receives the Good News. Notice in the first picture the little child is reading through the tract - the very tract we ourselves have In our hands - with such exuberance. The contents of the message - three gospel passages from the Bible - include a red heart and red cross. the first appearance of color. This is what the child first sees upon opening the tract.

But, it's what happens next that I really love, when everything changes. Color appears on the child's tattered clothes. Though still ragged, they are now bright green and turquoise. The child literally embraces this beautiful message in the form of this little tract and joy fills this precious child's countenance - a face expressing the rare happiness of finding a priceless treasure worth more than life itself, in stark contrast to the weight of poverty under which the child has likely lived. As the child crawls into the box in the alley, Jesus walks down the steps in shimmering gold. As the child dies, Jesus bends down and lifts the child into his arms. The gold colors of his radiance now fill the atmosphere, overtaking the black and white sadness and tragedy that has surrounded the blessed child's life and death.

Would you like to share this tract with your neighbors? Below is an "intro and instructions" video to watch plus downloadable pdf's to print and make the tract. There is also an animated tract version you can share on social media.

Tract Booklet English
Download PDF • 12.48MB

Pages Sequences for Printing Wordless Tract
Download PDF • 4.58MB

Tract Booklet Blank
Download PDF • 12.46MB


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