Read how God worked through two humble men, an epidemic quarantine, and a small colored booklet to reach generations of children with the Gospel.
The Wordless Book, first designed with only three pages–black, red, and white–was introduced by Charles Spurgeon in 1866. Preaching at the Metropolitan Tabernacle in London, his sermon was entitled “The Wordless Book.”
The Wordless Book works as a powerful evangelism tool to share the Gospel with children – even with no words! Each page is colored to represent a different part of the Gospel message. From gold, dark, red, clean, and green, you can share the story of God’s love and redemption with children of all ages.
Learn how to present the “Green” page from The Wordless Book