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24 hours that changed the world (Youth)

  • Author Adam Hamilton
  • Pub Date 01/12/2010

Teen version of the classic 24 hours that changed the world


3 2 1 Large tract

  • Author Glen Scrivener

This tract can be used alongside the accompanying book and unfolding tract, but it also is suitable for use as a stand–alone resource which simply and clearly tells the gospel.


3 2 1 The story of God, the World and You

  • Author Glen Scrivener

A fresh telling of the Christian story that assumes no prior knowledge. All you need is an open mind and a willingness to explore.


3 days that changed the world

  • Author Roiger Carswell

The three most significant days in history


7 reasons to (re)consider Christianity

  • Author Ben Shaw
  • Pub Date 01/05/2021

Examine the evidence for Christianity and why it is worth considering


A Place For God

  • Author Pete Nicholas
  • Pub Date 15/07/2021

A Place for God is a book exploring the age-old ‘big questions’ in light of our rapidly changing culture



  • Author David Robertson
  • Pub Date 01/05/2019

52 short chapters. Each contains a question, a Bible passage, a Bible verse, a discussion, something to consider, recommended further reading and a prayer

£10.99 £9.99

Accident or design?

  • Author Steve Taylor

An evangelistic tract that explores intelligent design


Advice for seekers

  • Author Charles Spurgeon

Advice from the leading nineteenth century preacher for 'almost Christians'


All I want for Christmas

  • Author Roger Carswell
  • Pub Date 07/08/2023

This evangelistic tract takes the themes of Mariah Carey’s Christmas hit and uses them to point readers to the gospel


Basic Christianity

  • Author John Stott
  • Pub Date 15/04/2021

Who was Jesus? Did he really rise from the dead? Discover the basics of Christian faith in this classic introduction


Being made right with God (Christian poc

  • Author Guy Waters

Justification is not a relic of the past - it has direct relevance to us as Christians today