April 25


How to Share the Gospel With Kids in Six Simple Steps

By Anna Joy

April 25, 2016

Would you like a simple way to talk to your children about what it means to be saved?

How about a simple way for your kids to tell their friends what it means to be saved?

Would you like a special gift to send home with kids who visit your Sunday School or Awana program?

These free printable verse cards are a perfect way to share the Gospel with your kids, or to hand out to kids visiting your Sunday School or Awana.

These fun Salvation Verse Cards are perfect for all of these needs!

These Salvation Verse cards are available in three different Bible translations: English Standard Version, King James Version, and New International Version. 

Download the Salvation Verse Cards in ESV

Download the Salvation Verse Cards in KJV

Download the Salvation Verse Cards in NIV

These free printable verse cards are a perfect way to share the Gospel with your kids, or to hand out to kids visiting your Sunday School or Awana.|How to Share the Gospel with Kids in 6 Simple Steps|Path Through the Narrow Gate.com

How to Share the Gospel with Kids in Six Simple Steps:

1. We are all sinners. We have all disobeyed God. We must be perfect to please God, and none of us are perfect.

2. We all deserve to be separated from God forever in hell because of our sins.

3. Jesus Christ, God’s own Son, came to earth and lived a perfect life. He is God, so He never sinned, not even once. He didn’t deserve to die, but He chose to die in order to take the punishment for our sins.

4. If we understand that we are sinners and believe in Jesus to take away our sin, we will be saved.

5. Our lives will show that we truly believe in Jesus. We will not be perfect after we get saved. We will still sin. But, our hearts will want to obey God. The Holy Spirit will change our hearts and help us to live lives that please God.

6. We can grow in our spiritual life as we read God’s Word and pray.

Download the Salvation Verse Cards in ESV

Download the Salvation Verse Cards in KJV

Download the Salvation Verse Cards in NIV

These free printable verse cards are a perfect way to share the Gospel with your kids, or to hand out to kids visiting your Sunday School or Awana.

How will you use these cards? With your kids at home? In a classroom? I would love to hear how you use them.

May God bless you!

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  1. I want to lead my grand daughter to the Lord. She is 12 and has been brought up in "Nation of Islam" religion.
    I have cancer and I want to share with her soon. I have talked to her about the gospel before, but now that she is older, I feel I need to talk to her again.

  2. Thank you so much for sharing your material with us. I use it quite often in our children’s ministry and also with our teens.

    God Bless!

  3. I love your work plus the printable salvation card. By God’s grace I will use them in the children ministry.
    There is a big gap in country children don’t know God because parents are busy with work. Since I missed it I wouldn’t like any child to miss knowing God at a tender time.
    I will also need more of your reading material. Thanks

  4. Thank you, ma'am Anna. I'm planning to use this in the hospital. I will print this and share this with the patient and with their companion. Thank you for allowing your materials to be printed and used by everyone.

  5. Thanks a lot for this valuable kids lessons and the format used.
    I'm planning to apply it to our Children s church

  6. Thank you for everything you do. I will use your cards to tell my Sunday School Class about Salvation. Not all of the children have parents who know the Gospel so the fact that they will take the cards home, means that their parents might read them and come to know Jesus as their Saviour.
    From South Africa

  7. Hello Anna Joy,
    I plan to use the cards to teach 4th and 5th grades all about salvation, thank you for helping me.
    God Bless, Lydia.

  8. I will use this for our 6th grade class. While we are a Christian school, it is never an assurance that all our kids have a personal relationship with Christ. We as teachers want to do our Biblical mandate to minister to these children.
    Thank you for these…God bless you and your ministry.

  9. Thank you for sharing this effective idea with us.. Lots of love from northeast(Arunachal pradesh)India..may God bless you and your ministry.

  10. Thank you soooo very much for this information in an easy-to-understand format for children. Then providing the print copies. This is a tremendous blessing and will help impact and equip the very lives of multitudes of children with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. What a blessing!

  11. Please pray for me as I am about to share the Good News with a woman that is on her dying bed and is in need of God’s love and Salvation. Pray that God will use me in whatever capacity He chooses to make this happen! Thank you!

  12. These are absolutely perfect for my Jr. age Sunday school class! Thank you for providing them in the KJV as it is getting more difficult to find resources that are not other versions.

  13. I think I will assemble them in a powerpoint. Also make sheets for the students to color and cut apart to make booklets. Thank you for sharing!

  14. Thank you for sharing this idea. It is a great help for little children to fully understand salvation with Jesus. May God richly bless you.

  15. Anna thank you for your efforts to help getting the gospel to young minds in a way they will understand and attractive. Your step 5 is off the Scripture. 1 John 3:9 says whosoever is born of God doth not commit sin for His seed remaineth in him and he cannot sin because he is born of God. So when one is saved he is free from sin and he is perfect on the account of the Cross. As he continue to abide in Christ and the Word abide in him/her will remain perfect. We are commanded many times to be perfect our loving and merciful Saviour won’t command us to be what He knows we can’t be.
    God bless

  16. Thank you for your Salvation verse booklet, I plan to use it in my Sunday school class this week. Would it be possible to get an editable version? I do the kids lesson for our Haiti mission trip and I would love to use your book translated for the Hatian kids.

  17. Thank you so much for allowing us to download some of your material free. I’m retired and don’t have the income to get ever thing I’d like to get. I’m kind of the unofficial “find extra stuff” for our church’s Children’s Sunday School classes. So, thank you again for your generosity.

  18. Beautifully brought together! I thank the Lord for His leading in this ministry! This is the message of salvation in its entirety! Glory and thanks to God for his inexpressible gift of salvation!

  19. You did a beautiful job illustrating salvation, up to a point.
    You did not include baptism which is the only way to have sins removed.
    Mark 16:15,16 tells us that as well as 1 Peter 3:21.
    Baptism is essential to salvation.

    1. I was thinking the same thing. Acts 2:37-38 and several other verses also address this. Thank you for your effort to help us share God’s plan of salvation with our kids. Would love to see the baptism verses added, along with verses about repentance (i.e. 2 Cor. 7:10) and confession (i.e.Romans 10:9-10).

    2. No. Baptism is not necessary for salvation. It is the initiatory sign and seal into the covenant of grace. As circumcision referred to the cutting away of sin and to a change of heart (Deut. 10:16; 30:6; Jer. 4:4; 9:25, 26; Ezk.44:7, 9) baptism refers to the washing away of sin (Acts 2:38; 1 Pet. 3:21; Tit. 3:5) and to spiritual renewal (Rom. 6:4; Col. 2:11-12). The circumcision of the heart is signified by the circumcision of the flesh, that is, baptism (Col. 2:11-12).

      If someone maintains that baptism is necessary for salvation, is he adding a work, his own, to the finished work of Christ? If the answer is yes, then that person would be in terrible risk of not being saved. If the answer is no, then why is baptism maintained as being necessary the same way as the Jews maintained that works were necessary?

  20. Thank you so much for your obedience to having a servant heart especially in children’s minsistry! Praise God! May you be blessed richly and for all the generations to follow! Be encouraged and God bless you all! With love, Faith and Faithpointe Church aaall the waaay in Auckland, New Zealand 🙂

  21. Thank you very much for sharing your God-given talents. As we continue to benefit from them, may you continue to be blessed as well.

  22. Thx for sharing your awesome talents to spread the gospel to others! I appreciate all the time & dedication it takes to produce visuals. I will use them to glorify Jesus Christ
    And spread love, joy & the Good News to others. In Christ,

  23. Thank you for sharing this presentation of the Gospel. Kids can read the verses as you explain God’s love for them and how He made a way for them to fellowship with Him through Jesus, His Son.
    It is a great take home tool that they can refer to over and over again.

  24. It is wonderful to have found your website. I live in the South of England and have a Grand daughter of 6 who stays 2 nights a week. She love hearing me read the Bible and is is now reading and writing herself so your resources are just perfect.
    Thank you so much for making them available.

  25. THANK YOU for the resources. It is so hard to find printable materials in the KJV. Your page is a great help to me as our church is only 5 yrs old & we have a very small budget. GOD BLESS YOUR WORK & SERVICE!

  26. I’m going to use it in our sunday school. I think its a great activity for kids to learn salvation.Thank you for your site!

  27. Thank you for your site! I teach the youngest group in Awana’s and even some of the lessons seem too big for my kiddos. This booklet for sharing the gospel is a great activity that we just can’t share enough with them. THANKS!

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