A great way to spread the news
Published: 5 December 2007 (GMT+10)
Updated: 1 September 2016
So you are looking for ways to outreach to your community and share the Gospel. You want to reach your friends.
Why not check out CMI’s colour brochures? There are 17 altogether.
They are colourful, easy to read, short, and proclaim the authority and message of the Bible. They deal with the foundational creation issue.
Now you can download them from this website as pdfs. You can then print small quantities for yourself on your printer. Please note that not all printed tracts are available for sale in all of our webstores.
For bulk quantities you can get a discount from the store.
Inexpensive leaflets are great for getting the message out to your community. There are lots of uses:
- For church outreach activities
- At a market stall
- When on vacation
- Post or place in mail boxes in your area (check your own country’s regulations first)
- Enclose with your personal correspondence
- Share some while shopping
- Or simply give one to a friend.
Each one has an area where you can overprint with your own or your church’s contact details.
This will encourage those who are skeptical of evolution as well as foster healthy questioning in those who have been hoodwinked into thinking it is ‘science’.
One widespread myth in our culture is that no scientists believe in creation. Here are concrete examples of real scientists who believe in creation.
Dispel the confusion out there—natural selection is not evolution. When people see why, they are open to new ideas.
Geological brochure especially relevant to UK residents and geology enthusiasts. Tourists are told that Siccar Point proves the Bible isn’t true but this brochure shows that it’s actually evidence for Noah’s Flood.
If there was just one man and one woman at the beginning then where did all the ‘races’ come from, with their ‘different skin colours’?
Features a spectacular tourist icon near Sydney, Australia. Presents powerful geological evidence for Noah’s Flood in a simple, graphic way, by showing folk what to look for.
Famous tourist destination on the coast of Northern Ireland. Explains how it points to large-scale watery catastrophe and how it’s connected to Noah’s Flood.
Young island already looks ‘millions of years old’. Its geology and biology show the skeptics are wrong.
Understanding the meaning of death and how you can find hope.
Darwin’s chance random processes could never produce the inconceivably large amount of information necessary for life to function.
(Please note that this tract may not be available for purchase in all countries.)
The ‘gap theory’ involves bad science, bad theology and bad exposition of the Hebrew words in Genesis 1, so why do some Christians still cling to it?
The Glass House Mountains, named by Captain Cook, dominate the Sunshine Coast hinterland, a spectacular tourist area north of Brisbane Australia. This attractive brochure shows how the volcanic plugs are dramatic evidence for Noah’s Flood.
8 reasons are presented that make evolution an impossible idea. These are taken from the cosmos, from geology of the planet Earth and from biology. The reasons are posed as the lack of any viable or reasonable answer to 8 questions.
This short tract explains why Christians should not compromise on what the Bible teaches about creation and the age of the earth.
Many people think that radioactive dating has proved the world is millions of years old. Not so! This simple brochure demystifies all ‘dating’ methods, explaining how they work in practice.
Towering, red-rock domes in Central Australia, next door to Uluru, astound tourists with their evidence for ancient cataclysm. This brochure gives amazing facts about Australia and its past.
This amazing rock monolith in the middle of Australia is obvious evidence for Noah’s Flood—obvious, that is, when it’s pointed out. It’s a great brochure for family and friends.
One UK resident said, ‘Your Giants Causeway leaflet is being well received here.’
CMI’s range of full-colour tracts make great witnessing tools.
Download some and give them a try.