Cru’s Four Spiritual Laws booklet was first printed in 1965, but that Gospel tool rarely connects with today’s younger generation. Consequently, Raphael Marti, who serves with Campus fur Christus Schweiz (the name of Cru’s ministry in Switzerland), found a fresh way to connect with those between the ages of 15 and 30 in his country.
We’ve experienced that [the booklet is] more for the older generation,Raphael says.
So we looked for a new and creative way a young Christian could explain the gospel.
The Four is an evangelism tool created by Cru in Switzerland that uses four symbols – a heart, division symbol, cross and question mark – to represent the four points of the gospel in a clear and easy-to-remember way.
What better way to open the door for spiritual conversations with friends and family. This adhesive in the color “chrome” is an absolute eye-catcher and will almost certainly spawn questions about God no matter where you decide place it.
The content of The Four introduces the same valuable message as The Four Spiritual Laws, while also offering an relevant delivery to Millennials and Generation Z.