Anne Hansen from Lutheran Tract Mission was asked by some school chaplains to write a series of tracts for children. The catch: the text had to express the love of Jesus, but not mention his name. Could you do it?
There will be suffering and pain for all those who do what is evil, for the Jews first and also for the Gentiles. But God will give glory, honour, and peace to all who do what is good, to the Jews first and also to the Gentiles. For God judges everyone by the same standard…. Read more
I have complete confidence in the gospel; it is God’s power to save all who believe, first the Jews and also the Gentiles. For the gospel reveals how God puts people right with himself: it is through faith from beginning to end. As the scripture says, ‘The person who is put right with God through… Read more
The Good News was promised long ago by God through his prophets, as written in the Holy Scriptures. It is about his Son, our Lord Jesus Christ: as to his humanity, he was born a descendent of David; as to his divine holiness, he was shown with great power to be the Son of God… Read more
‘Well, what then? I tell you that even if he will not get up and give you the bread because you are his friend, yet he will get up and give you everything you need because you are not ashamed to keep on asking. And so I say to you: Ask, and you will receive;… Read more
All the kings in the world will praise you, LORD, because they have heard your promises. They will sing about what you have done and about your great glory. Even though you are so high above, you care for the lowly, and the proud cannot hide from you. (verses 4-6) Read Psalm 138 ‘It’s not… Read more
Jesus drew near and said to them, ‘I have been given all authority in heaven and on earth. Go, then, to all peoples everywhere and make them my disciples: baptise them in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, and teach them to obey everything I have commanded you. And I… Read more
The angel spoke to the women. ‘You must not be afraid,’ he said. ‘I know you are looking for Jesus, who was crucified. He is not here; he has been raised, just as he said. Come here and see the place where he was lying. Go quickly now and tell his disciples, “He has been… Read more
Being a Christian chaplain in a government school means you can’t explicitly preach the good news about Jesus to students. But that suits Sharon Salomon just fine, because there’s no rule against living the gospel!