You can create a relaxed setting where friendships between non-Christians and Christians can begin to develop and where the Gospel can be heard.
Consider becoming a:
- Face Painter
- Games Leader
- Balloon Sculptor
- Story Teller
- Hair braider
Here are some resources we have used. Most are in Adobe Acrobat format.
- Balloon Animals (a tract to go with the animals you create. I ask each child to tell me how long the ears, neck, legs and body should be and then create what they told me).
- Can you uncut a rope? (one of my favourite routines. I will show you what to do, what to say, and what to give people who watch the routine)
- Granny Smith Apples (for story-tellers. Get a basket of Granny Smith apples and use this tract as a basis for telling people a story).
- Good News Bracelet (get bracelets from Child Evangelism Fellowship or make your own)
McIntosh Apple (for Canada. Get a basket of McIntosh apples and use this tract as a basis for telling people a story).
Parables for Clowns(four simple tricks that you can learn in less than 30 minutes plus a tract for each trick that will get a person thinking about spiritual things)
Are they all equal? (Korean - pdf) (Korean - Publisher)
Are they all equal? (English -pdf)
It can be a good life (Colouring Book tract - English (Publisher file)
The Wall (a ten minute clown skit with a tract to give out afterwards)
Tell us about your experiences with Evangelistic Street Festivals
What has has helped you reach out to people of different ethnic groups at your festivals