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The renowned late Rev Billy Graham once said, “There is no other more effective way of spreading the gospel than by using tracts.” Although there are countless means of sharing the gospel in the church nowadays, Gospel Tract is still an irreplaceable means in evangelism.

Owing to this, there is still a great demand for Gospel tracts in different languages. Thus, we wish to collect more gospel based testimonies to help unbelievers to come to know Jesus Christ and Christianity.

To this end, the Board of Christian Literature is organizing a “Trilingual Gospel Tract Competition” to meet this urgent need.

Board of Christian Literature, Sarawak Chinese Annual Conference.

Deadline: 31 May 2019

1. Contestants: East Malaysian Christians ( Sabah & Sarawak)
2. Languages: Chinese, Bahasa Malaysia (BM) , English
3. Content: Based on Christian values;
A. Chinese tracts have two categories:
(i) Festive tracts: Christmas, Easter and Good Friday etc.
(ii) Non-festive tracts for all occasions.
B. English and Bahasa Malaysia : no limitation.
4. Literary format: Story-based and testimonies in essay form. No lectures.
5. Length: 500-1000 words, Times New Roman, Font Size 12 (computer-
typed). If you are not writing your personal story, quotes and phrases from
other writers should not be more than 20% of the writing.

A. Each participant can only send in one entry per category which has not
been published before. Entries received will not be returned. Pleased keep your own copies.
B. Pen-name could be used, however, do put down your real name, name
of church, contact number or email and one passport-sized photo for record purposes.
C. Email entries to scaccmm@gmail.com.

Prizes (for all categories): Chinese, BM and English
First Place: RM 200.00
Second Place: RM 150.00
Third Place: RM 100.00
Consolation prizes: 2 persons (RM 80.00 each)

The decisions of the judges are final. Copyrights of the prize winning entries belong to the Board of Christian Literature, SCAC, for future publication.

For further details, please call 084-333021/333028.

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