Foreign Language Tract

Larry Kent of www.on-tract.com has a letter size tract with a Good News presentation with a prayer of salvation on one side, and Who is Jesus? message on the other side. Some languages have a page of humor called Smiles for the first page. Testimonies show that people are responding to this tract!  Larry now has this tract in 100 languages. Here is a list of the available languages with clickable links to the free use PDF documents for printing and passing out this tract in the language you like best.  To see what this tract says, here is the link to the English version : http://www.tracts.com/LKEnglish.pdf

Note: to easily go back to this page when opening the document, right mouse click on the language and click on open in new private viewing window. When you are finished with that document display window, close it and you will return to this window. You can also click on the back arrow button on the left end of the address bar.

Afaan Oromo………………(Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia. Also known as Oromo)
Afrikaans…………………..                    (South Africa and Namibia)
Albanian ……………..(Albania, Kosovo, Italy, Macedonia, Montenego, Romania, Serbia)
Amharic……………………..(Ethiopia)
Arabic………………………..                  (Middle East and North Africa)
Banjara………………………(India)
Bengali………………………                           (Bangladesh and India)
Bukusu………………………(Kenya)
Burmese…………………….              (Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore)
Chinese (simplified)…….                 (Mainland China, Singapore, Malaysia)
Chinese (traditional)……(Republic of China [Taiwan], Hong Kong and Macau)
Creole, Haitian……………(Haiti)
Creole, Portuguese……..            (Guinea-Bissau West Africa and Senegal)
Czech………………………..                         (Czech Republic)
Danish………………………               .(Denmark, Faroe Islands, Greenland and Germany)
Dutch………………………..        .(Aruba, Belgium, Benelux, Netherlands, and Suriname)
Dutch-Glimlachen………..(page one is humorous one-liners, page two is the gospel)
Dzongkha…………………..(Bhutan)
Ekegusii…………………….               .(Western Kenya Also known as Gusii or Kisii.)
English
English – Smiles………….             (page one is humorous one-liners, page two is the gospel)
English-Smiles…………..                                                          (student version)
English – Smiles…………..                (includes anime picture of Jesus)
Español
Español – Sonríe
Español -Sonríe………….(estudiante versión)
Ewe…………………………..                   (Togo and Ghana Also known as Awona.)
Falam Chin………………….        (Myanmar, India, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand)
Fante……………………………(Ghana)
Farsi………………………….            (Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan Also known as Persian)
Finnish…………………………                   (Finland, Estonia, Norway and Sweden)
French……………………….                     (France, Canada and West Africa)
Ga…………………………….(Ghana)
German……………………..          (Germany, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland)
German – Lächen…………(Page one is humorous one-liners, page two is the gospel)
German – Lächen………….                                 (student version)
Gurune………………………(Ghana)
Haitian Creole………………(Haiti)
Hausa………………………..                (Northern Nigeria. Widely used in West Africa)
Hebrew………………………(Israel)
Hindi………………………….                                  (India and Fiji)
Hungarian…………………..(Hungary)
Igbo…………………………..                   .(Nigeria, Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon)
Indonesian………………….(Indonesia)
Italian………………….……..     (Italy, Switzerland, Croatia, Slovenia, San Marino and Malta)
Japanese……………………(Japan)
Javanese…………………..           .(Indonesia, Malaysia, Suriname and New Caledonia)
Kikamba…………………….(Kenya)
Korean……………………….                                (North and South Korea)
Koya………………………….(India)
Krobo…………………………….(Ghana)
Kusaal…………………………..(Ghana)
Latvian……………………….(Latvia)
Luganda……………………..                       (Uganda. Also known as Ganda)
Lusoga………………………….(Uganda)
Malay………………………….(Malaysia and Brunei, Singapore, Thailand, Sri Lanka and Suriname)
Malayalam…………………..(India)
Nepalese………………………                         (Nepal, Bhutan, India, Myanmar and Tibet)
Ngawn Chin………………….                   (Myanmar, India, Malaysia and Thailand)
Oromo………………………..   (Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia. Also known as Afaan Oromo)
Polish……………………………    (Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania and Ukraine)
Portuguese………………….(Portugal, Angola, Brazil, and Mozambique)
Portuguese Creole……….             (Guinea-Bissau West Africa and Senegal)
Punjabi………………………                        (Pakistan, in Shahmukhi script)
Romanian……………………                             (Romania and Moldova)
Russian………………………                   (Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan)
Sgaw Karen…………………..                              (Myanmar and Thailand)
Shona……………………………                     (Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Zambia)
Sisaala………………………….(Ghana)
Slovak………………………..(Slovakia)
Spanish…………(Central and South America, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Mexico, and Spain)
Spanish-Sonrie……………..(Page one is humorous one-liners, page two is the gospel)
Spanish-Sonrie ………………..                        (student version)
Swedish………………………..                                (Sweden and Finland)
Swahili………………………..              (East Africa and the Democratic Republic of Congo)
Tagalog……………………….                           (Republic of the Philippines)
Tamil……………………………..                             (India, Sri Lanka, Singapore)
Telegu……………………………(India)
Thai…………………….………(Thailand)
Tigrinya……………………….                            (Eritrea and Ethiopia)
Turkish…………………………..                                (Turkey and Cyprus)
Twi, Akuapem………………                           (Ghana West Africa)
Twi, Asante………………….                          (Ghana West Africa)
Ukrainian……………..……..                          (Ukraine and Moldova)
Urdu………………….………..(Pakistan)
Vietnamese………………….(Vietnam)
Yoruba………………………..                                   (Nigeria, Benin and Togo)
Zomi………………………………                                    (Bangladesh, India and Myanmar)
Zulu…………………….……..       (South Africa, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Malawi, Swaziland)

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