One effective way for Christians to share their faith is through the use of Gospel tracts. Effective Gospel tracts emphasize (1) the sinfulness of man, (2) the need for a genuine repentance (3) who Jesus is, (4) salvation by grace through faith apart from works, and (5) the assurance of that free gift of salvation. Tracts are helpful to use in situations where it is difficult to actually talk to a person in depth about the Gospel or when after having a conversation, you would like to leave the person with some follow up material.

Below are some samples of tracts that we have developed at Solid Rock Baptist Church.

Eleven Ways To Know You’re Lost

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Diary Of A Lost Soul

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Are You In The Wrong Church?

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The Testimony Of Jack Wood

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What Shall I do to Inherit Eternal Life?

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Seven Empty Medicine Bottles

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Quotes by Vance Havner

The devil is not fighting religion. He’s too smart for that. He is producing a counterfeit Christianity, so much like the real one that good Christians are afraid to speak out against it.

The temple of truth has never suffered so much from woodpeckers on the outside as from termites within.

Too many Christians are stuffing themselves with gospel blessings while millions have never had a taste.

I heard of a man who said to the preacher, “I want to sing in your choir.” The preacher replied, “But you don’t belong here. Where do you have your membership?” He said, “I don’t belong to any local church. I belong to the invisible church.” The pastor said, “Then I suggest that you join the invisible choir.”

I’m tired of hootenanny religion, the new brand of Christianity that pagans do not feel embarrassed to join. I’m tired of Batman, the Beatniks, the Beatles, the “God is dead” movement, the new morality, situation ethics, existentialism, and the latest theological aberration out of Germany. If my faith were so weak that a professor down in Georgia could shake it, I’d get another kind. I’m tired of hearing in our church bodies that we must get away from our humble beginnings, shake the hayseed out of our hair, and come of age. I hear a lot today about grandstand seats in glory, but I don’t hear much about the baptism of Christ’s suffering. We’re wearing a lot of medals these days, and not many scars.

Worry, like a rocking chair, will give you something to do, but it won’t get you anywhere.

The thermometer of a church is its prayer meeting.

God knows His own. It is well that He does, for sometimes it would be difficult for us to determine who are His!

Popularity has slain more prophets of God than persecution ever did.

A preacher should have the mind of a scholar, the heart of a child and the hide of a rhinoceros. His biggest problem is how to toughen his hide without hardening his heart.

the devil has chloroformed the atmosphere of this age. Therefore, in view of the sure promises of Christ’s return, as believers, we are to do more than merely be ready. We’re to be expectant in our day of anarchy, apostasy and apathy. We need to take down our do not disturb signs, snap out of our stupor, come out of our coma and awake from our sleep.

Quotes by C.H. Spurgeon

Spiritual knowledge of Christ will be a personal knowledge. I cannot know Jesus through another person’s acquaintance with Him. No, I must know Him myself. It will be an affectionate knowledge of Him; indeed, if I know Him at all, I must love Him. It will be a satisfying knowledge. When I know my Savior, my mind will be full to the brim – I shall feel that I have that which my spirit panted after. It will be an exciting knowledge; the more I know of my Beloved, the more I shall want to know. The higher I climb the loftier will be the summits which invite my eager footsteps. I shall want the more as I get the more. Like the miser’s treasure, my gold will make me covet more.

Would you drown your cares? Then go, plunge yourself in the Godhead’s deepest sea; be lost in His immensity; and you shall come forth as from a couch of rest, refreshed and invigorated. I know nothing which can so comfort the soul; so calm the swelling billows of sorrow and grief; so speak peace to the winds of trial, as a devout musing upon the subject of the Godhead. It is to that subject that I invite you this morning.

Pardon of sin must ever be an act of pure mercy, and therefore to that attribute the awakened sinner flies.

To injure our fellow men is sin, mainly because in so doing we violate the law of God. The penitent’s heart so filled with a sense of the wrong done to the Lord Himself, that all other confession swallowed up in a broken-hearted acknowledgment of offense against [God].

All repetitions are not “vain repetitions.” Souls in agony have no space to find variety of language: pain has to content itself with monotones.

we need to remember that we can sleep, but we cannot induce the devil to close his eyes. The Prince of the Power of the air keeps his servants well up to their work, if we could see the activities of the servants of Satan, we would be astonished at our own sluggishness and how we take everything for granted.