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Seven million gospel tracts ready for King Charles coronation

Seven million gospel tracts ready for King Charles coronation
Coronation outreach tract | Living Waters
Mike Judge
Mike Judge Mike Judge. Editor of Evangelical Times, and pastor of Chorlton Evangelical Church in Manchester.
15 March, 2023 1 min read

Evangelism organisation, Living Waters, has printed seven million gospel tracts to coincide with the coronation of King Charles III.

They have produced a video explaining why they believe this is a unique opportunity to reach vast numbers with the gospel message, and how Christian can order free copies of the tracts.

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7,000,000 Fans of King Charles Will Receive THIS | Living Waters
The Living Waters website also has a copy of the tract that you can download, and answers a series of FAQs. Visit livingwaters.com/london for more information.

On its website the organisation says, ‘On May 6, 2023, millions will converge on the city of London for the coronation of King Charles, and many millions more from around the world will watch the coronation live. How incredible would it be if we could reach this unprecedented audience with the gospel?

‘This is where you come in: we want to see millions of gospel tracts spread all throughout London and the rest of the world on Coronation Day! And with the help of our faithful donors, these exclusive gospel tracts will be freely available to every Christian who wants to hand them out!’

In the UK, Christians can order a kit of 1,000 tracts. Churches can email info@livingwaterseu.com to request up to 10,000 tracts. The tracts will be shipped to arrive two weeks prior to the coronation.

Christians in the US, Australia, New Zealand can also order the tracts from the Living Waters website. The tract does not endorse King Charles, but it does take the opportunity of his coronation to share the gospel of the King of Kings.

The Living Waters website also has a copy of the tract that you can download, and answers a series of FAQs. Visit livingwaters.com/london for more information.

Mike Judge
Mike Judge. Editor of Evangelical Times, and pastor of Chorlton Evangelical Church in Manchester.
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