Looking for new and innovative Gospel magic?
Magic Ministry has unique books, kits and tricks not available anywhere else. Their Sermons In Science Magic Kits and Chemistry Gospel Magic Books will provide you with some of the most engaging presentations and devotions you will find anywhere.
The Sermons In Science books here have very visual Bible messages using common inexpensive chemicals. Many to be found around the house. Also includes list of suppliers.
Imagine a color change where a clear liquid turns yellow, then black then clear again. Use this to explain how Adam, pure and sin-free, sinned and was polluted, how the Law of Moses exposed our sin as black as it is and how the blood of Jesus cleanses from all sin.
Teach about the Sincere Milk of the Word (1 Peter 2:2)as you pour water into a glass and it changes into milk. Or remind your people to Be Sure Your Sin Will Find You Out (Numbers 32:23), as several volunteers touch their fingers to a piece of paper, but only one leaves a bloody hand print.
Looking for a way to use mentalism in your presentations? Magic Ministry has tricks and DVDs that use some mental tricks in amazing ways to illustrate Bible truths. There are also rope tricks and other Gospel magic items for the Gospel Magician or the Sunday school teacher.
Best of all, Magic Ministry product only use the King James Bible for verses and references.
Doug Stollings at www.crosstrick.com also has developed an excellent witnessing tool called "The Cross Trick." It uses a chemical reaction to give the Gospel of Christ. It is very visual, very engaging and will help your listeners retain the message. Crosstrick donates money to missions worldwide and purchasing their products helps support this.
CrossTrick also has toys and games available.
Gospel magic is a fun and interesting way to illustrate God's truths. Kids and adults alike enjoy watching the effects and they remember the lessons. For churches that are worried about "magic," using chemistry and chemical effects is a great way to do magical demonstrations without the stigma some folks attach to illusions.