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Truth be told, if I had my way, I'd see Sunday sunshine peeking up from behind my sunnies, laying on the warm sand of a golden beach. Reality however, finds me and my family enjoying spiritual sunshine at Sunday morning church service. My kids have each enjoyed their time with friends in Sunday School classes, learning spiritual foundations valuable to their character development. On occasion, I have had the opportunity to work with their Sunday School classes, teaching lessons and leading craft projects or activities. Let The Little Children Come is a comprehensive educational resource for kids to learn and share gospel foundation principles and spiritual messages with family and friends.
Thank you to the team from Let The Little Children Come and FlyBy Promotions for the courtesy of providing a sample pack for editorial content purposes.
Let the Little Children Come to Learn and Share
We recently studied the Let The Little Children Come Sampler Pack filled with 10 most popular gospel tracts and evangelism tools including-
John 3:16 & Where's Everybody Going Animated Tracts
John 3:16 & Gospel Buttons FlipAbouts
The True Story of Christmas, The Lost Easter Egg, & The Most Amazing House Pop-Up Tracts
Silicone Salvation Bracelet
Wordless Bracelet Kit
Learn and Share with Let The Little Children Come
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