We’re pleased to be able to offer free resources for you and your church.
Below is a list of all of the free Scripture leaflets Bible Society currently has in print.
We do incur a cost to print them as well as freight costs in getting them to you so we’d be grateful for any donations towards these costs if you’re able.
(Free resources are only available to people living in New Zealand).
To place an order for any of these resources, please phone us on 0800 424 253 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
NEW FOR EASTER 2017 – The Big Easter Surprise!
A new Easter leaflet for children featuring illustrations from the popular Big Little Bible app. This leaflet tells the story of the women who went to the tomb and discovered it empty. With a maze, word-find and colourful illustrations, this leaflet focuses on the surprise Jesus’ friends had on that very first Easter Sunday. You can view the full leaflet here.
Order your free copies using the form below. (These resources are only available to people living in New Zealand.)
Our range of other free resources for children
Tārore and Her Book (small format edition)
By Joy Cowley
A child dies. Her book is stolen. How does this bring peace to the people of Aoteraoa? This is the true story of Tārore, and part of our history.
Ko Tārore me Tana Pukapuka (small format edition)
By Joy Cowley
Ka mate tētahi tamaiti. Ka tāhaetia tana pukapuka. Me pēhea e tau ai te rangimārie ki Aotearoa i tēnei tūāhua? He kōrero pono ēnei mō Tārore, he kōrero tuku iho.
GO FISH – a leaflet for children
“Peter was a fisherman. One day he met Jesus. He stopped fishing and became Jesus’ friend. Then one day something went wrong. Some people wanted Jesus to stop talking about God.” This creative leaflet tells Peter’s experience of the death and resurrection of Jesus.
AN AMAZING RACE – a free leaflet for children
Kids will love this colourful interactive leaflet that tells the story of Peter’s race to the tomb to see if Jesus’ body really was no longer there. Kids will discover what happened to Jesus after his death through creative games, a word puzzle and other activities.