Free Coronavirus Printable Tract

To increase the outreach possibilities during this time of uncertainty, we’ve designed the following gospel tracts that you can download and print-at-home.

Depending on the quantity you plan to print, these work best if printed on thick paper. However, normal paper will work just fine.

This option is the simpliest. It contains all the text and images on one side of an A4 piece of paper. This could be hung up on a wall, left in an office pigeon hole or coffee table.

This option requires printing one side, then placing the paper back into your printer to do the other side (unless you have a printer that can do double-sided prints).

This should be printed on normal A4 sized paper/card, but cut in half so you end up with two A6 tracts.

This option produces the same flyer as above, however it’s formated differently, in case you have trouble printing the other version.

This should be printed on normal A4 sized paper/card, but cut in half so you end up with two A6 tracts.

Professionally Die-Cut Printed Tracts

Designed to mimic a face mask, this die-cut tract contains seven ways to protect yourself from the virus as well as how to protect yourself from death. We are living in perilous times—when the entire world is both confused and fearful of the future. Arguably, there’s never been a time like this when both young and old are being confronted with a sense of their own mortality. It’s time for us to be a lighthouse in this terrible storm. Who isn’t going to take this tract when they hear you say: “Here are seven ways to protect yourself from the Coronavirus.” And then hear you add, “Just one per person!” These can also be left on doorsteps or on mailboxes. Give them out at freeway off-ramps, at traffic lights, or at the entrance to a mall, supermarket. Or set up a table with a FREE sign, and remember to say, “One per person.” May God use you to reach many.

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