Foreign Language Tracts

1) Foreign Language tracts by title collected by HIS Print Media Ministries. Note: Some languages use lettering we don’t have on our computer. For these, we give the English name of the gospel tract.

Portuguese –   A Grande Pregunta (The Big Question)

Chichewa in Malawi  The Greatest Love Story

Nyanja in Zambia Good News

Chinese Traditional – How To Live Forever – There Is Only One Way

Telugu – Heart and Runner

Cimemba in Zambia – Are You Ready to Meet God by Dr. Billy Graham

Greatest Love Story Mandarin Chinese w field

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chinese Simplified –

http://www.tracts4u.com/blog1/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/chinese-bible-simp-ot-nt-thumbnail.jpgChinese Bible (Simplified for Mainland China) Old & New Testament

Chinese Olympic Tract (simplified) 

How To Live Forever – There Is Only One Way

ArabicWho Is Jesus? (Arabic) by End-Time Handmaidens

Who is Jesus?

how-to-win-arabic-simplifiedHow To Win (Arabic) letter size, by Prince Handley

SpanishPorque Juan 3:16? (Spanish Why John 3:16)

Terseros en el Cielo – E-librito

Conozca Su Futuro E-Librito   Usted Esta Amado!

Como obtener paz con Dios E-Librito

Las 2 Preguntas Mas Importantes De La Vida

El Camino Al Cielo  Siete Cosas que Dios Desea que Sepamos booklet

Quien Es Jesus?

Hombres Sabios Lobuscan Hoy! (Wise Men Still Seek Him! ) 

Con Que Se Llena Este Vacio? (What Fills the Void? Spanish)

Como Ganar (How to Win Spanish)

Tagalog – Tagalog – How to Live Forever – There is Only One Way

Illocano – How To Live Forever – There Is Only One Way

Cebuano – UNSAON SA PAGKA-AYO

Federated States of Micronesia

Swahili – 4 Steps

VILE WAWEZA KUPONYWA (How to be Healed )

Yesu Ni Nani (Who is Jesus? in Swahili)

Russian – Who Is Jesus?

Hebrew – Who Is Jesus (Hebrew) by End-Time Handmaidens

how-to-win-hebrew-thumbnailHow To Win (Hebrew) letter size by Prince Handley

L’Chaim – To Life Stickers

Stickers with QR code link to online booklet in English and Hebrew

Amharic – How-to-Win-Amharic-Ethiopia

HTW Amharic e-tract (read order for social media)

 

French – Connais Ton Futur (Know Your Future in French) for Printers

Comment Gagner (French – How To Win)

HTW French E-tract (read order for social media)

Hindi – Good News

How To Win Hindi - Notepad

The Baptism in the Holy Spirit – Read order PDF E-tract for computer or smart phone

Who is Jesus Hindi read order for computer or smart phone

Oriya – How To Win (Oriya)

Oriya Tract #2 Goldenrod paper

Oriya Tract #3 pink paper

Oriya #4 tract on buff paper

How To Win the World for Christ (Oriya language: used in Orissa, India)

Creole – KÒMAN POU GEYEN

Urdu – Urdu – Who is Jesus?

Kurdish – How to Win Kurdish

HTW Kurdish e-tract (for sharing by social media)

PortugueseA Grand Pregunta   Como Preencher O Vazio?

Como Vencer

HTW Portuguese e-tract (For sharing by social media)

Khmer (Cambodia) – How to Live Forever Cambodian

Korean – 어떻게 승리하는가? – How to Win Korean

HTW Korean E-tract (For sharing on social media)

Ukraine – Do You Ever Wish You Could Start Over? w field

2) Foreign Language tract Who is Jesus? by Larry Kent – about 100 languages

Note: Larry Kent’s Who is Jesus? is listed here, because it is offered in about 100 languages, because it is all in one place, and Larry is getting good results world wide with his tract.

In 2019 we began converting to digital documents the gospel tracts being printed by the Free Tract Society of Los Angeles (established in 1897). We now have access to a greater variety of foreign language tracts. If  you want to know what tracts are available in a particular language, e-mail David (info@tracts4u.com)  and he can e-mail you scanned copies of what is available. From there, we will consider making quality PDF documents  you can print tracts from on an inkjet or color laser printer.  We can also make read order e-tracts you can share by e-mail attachment or social media.

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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