Use No Tear Paper to illustrate Biblical truth–from promises that can’t be broken to how no one can tear God’s love from you, the possibilities are amazing!
Here are a few of our favorites with two purchasing options below:
No Tear Paper – 4 Pieces
Call up two volunteers. Give one a piece of paper with the word “World” on it. (This paper can be torn.) Give the other a piece of paper with the word “God” on it. (This is the “No Tear” paper.) (The paper actually comes blank to allow for multiple uses.)
When you say go, have a competition to see who can tear their paper into the most small pieces. At the end, everyone will see that the things of the world don’t last but the things of God last forever.
Includes 4 pieces of “No Tear” paper and 4 pieces of “Regular” paper – Size: 6 1/2 x 3 1/2″. This illustration can be used in a variety of ways for multiple lessons.
No Tear Paper – 3 Full Pages
Use full pages or cut them to your preferred size. These pages are also printable using laser printers or copy machines. Includes three full pages (8 1/2 x 11″) and instructions on how to set-up the illustration in the first video below.
Write Jesus a piece of no-tear paper and Christmas distractions such as Food, Decorations, Christmas movies, Candy, or Gifts, etc. on the normal paper. Use this illustration to show that the real reason for Christmas can’t be taken away but that we need to be careful not to get caught up in the things that don’t last.
4 Small Pieces – Size: 6 1/2 x 3 1/2", 3 Full Pages – Size: 8 1/2 x 11"
Most Christians believe what they believe because they’ve been told to believe it and not because they’ve seen it in Scripture for themselves. These topical sessions will give you every Bible verse on certain topics so that you can search God’s Word for yourself.
Twenty songs for kids with hand motions that require no background music. Lead them anytime and anywhere to engage your kids, refocus your group and have a great springboard for teaching spiritual truth.
Challenge your church family to share the Gospel beyond the walls of the church. This can be used as a discipleship class or a churchwide visitation program. Learn to create opportunities to share the Gospel, to be ready to lead any age to Christ, to overcome the fears of sharing, to make effective home visits and more.