What's a Broadside?
Broadsides, a unique style of gospel tract, were created in 1969. Broadsides were three fold-tracts which are easy to read, good-natured (usually with some humor), affirmative of the reader and contain a Scripture verse or two. They were intended as first line literature, using contemporary topics as a springboard to talk about the problem of sin and God’s gracious solution. They did not tell everything a person needs to know to be saved; we considered them “invitations to interact with the gospel.”
At this time, we are not making our evangelistic literature available for public use. We have tips and many resources (including our classic print literature) to help you talk with Jewish people (or anyone) about Jesus. Here are some of our favorite evangelistic resources: