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Spurgeon Started It!

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Author/Source: Karl Bastian

Topic: Sharing the Gospel

A Tiny Booklet with a BIG Message

Have you ever wished for a simple and FUN tool that could help your kids share the incredible message of the Gospel with their friends in a fun, easy, and colorful way? Well, wish no more because we’ve got just the thing – introducing the Gospel Colors!

A Colorful History

Did you know that back in 1866, the famous preacher Charles Spurgeon started something truly amazing? He preached a sermon using three basic colors (black, red and white) to explain the Gospel message. Then, in 1875, the great evangelist D.L. Moody gave it a shiny update when he added gold for heaven. Fast forward to the 1950s, and the Child Evangelism Fellowship popularized it as the Wordless Book adding the color green for growth. And now, it’s time for a fun, new twist that’s perfect for today’s kids!

A Tiny Booklet with a BIG Message

The Gospel Colors is a tiny booklet printed on a single side of standard paper. 



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