The Story Conversation Card
20 Pack | English
Sold in Packs of 20
The Story Conversation Card was designed for you to share an overview of The Story, using it as a visual aid or guide through the basics of the metanarrative of the Bible.
Folded similar to The Story booklet, the front cover asks 4 worldview questions to get an idea of the individual’s worldview of life/spirituality:
- How did it all begin?
- What went wrong?
- Is there any hope?
- What does the future hold?
These four questions then lead into an overview of The Story and it’s four main themes, shown when opened (on the inside):
- The Fall
- The Rescue
- The Restoration
This foldout card helps guide you as you share and helps bring some visuals to the individual you’re talking to.
Size (Folded): 4.25in x 5in
Size (Unfolded): 8.5in x 5in
- Buy 5-49 & pay only $5.00 each
- Buy 50+ & pay only $4.00 each
|Dimensions||0.1 × 5.5 × 4.5 in|
Andrew Tate –
I love the design and quality of these cards. The content is king, of course, but the way you incorporated all 4 parts of the story with attractive graphic design, Scripture, and action steps is remarkable. I really love these cards – a great modern-day update on the old school “tract” of days gone by.
Larry Whichard (verified owner) –
Love this format for a quick presentation
G (verified owner) –
I selected this version because of the lack of staples. I started a jail ministry of my church. Staples were a concern of the jail. I find the overall content of the booklet helpful in addressing the question of why the Gospel. So, I selected the use of cards for the jail ministry.
Nate (verified owner) –
I have been using this now for 8 years or so and love it and easy to help others engage also
Lynny Wegman (verified owner) –
I buy Ghirardelli chocolate squares and tape them to the back of The Story Conversation Card. I give them to clerks in drive throughs, any salesperson or clerk, to delivery people (and I add a tip), to service people who repair anything in our house, to someone who has helped me find something in a store, to receptionists, dental assistants, waiters in restaurants, to anyone that God prompts me to deliver. I also made cards for everyone in my neighborhood for Valentine’s Day and put one in the card along with a chocolate treat. I don’t share much verbally except I tell them – “Here is a blessing.”
Ken Black (verified owner) –
Very well done material but we should use biblical terms when describing the penalty of sin. Otherwise I love the beauty and clarity of this gospel presentation. Best I have seen!
Peter U –
Most Christians agree that the gospel must be preached but they often disagree on exactly HOW it is to be done. The Story understands the post-modern culture that we are in and it seems to be written for the non-Churched. It also focus’s on one’s relationship with God. In “The Unshakable Truth” by Josh and Sean McDowell, they argue that God is a personal God who desires a love relationship and wants us to know
Him; he reveals himself through his written word but sin entered the world and brought death to the human race.
https://coldcasechristianity.com/writings/why-christian-case-makers-need-to-learn-a-new-language/ https://coldcasechristianity.com/writings/how-do-i-share-what-i-believe-ten-common-christian-expressions-requiring-translation/ )