* Chick actually managed to produce a rather touching tract called "[[http://www.chick.com/reading/tracts/1060/1060_01.asp It's Not Your Fault]]," a story about genuinely overcoming adversity through finding faith. It containing little to no racism, bigotry, conspiracy theories, or ranting about how The End Is Near of any kind.
** Unfortunately, the bit at the end about "Hey, you know that guy you wished death on immediately before converting? He ''died'' last night!" mutes it.
*** Also, the abusive owners of the foster home are Jewish stereotypes.
* The ending of "[[http://www.chick.com/reading/tracts/1018/1018_01.asp Unloved.]]" EarnYourHappyEnding, indeed.
** Although the sheer over-the-topness of the angst may reduce the heartwarmingness for some readers.
* The tract "[[http://www.chick.com/reading/tracts/1163/1163_01.asp Holy Night]]" delivers a beautiful message about helping the homeless as the right thing for Christians to do.
* "[[http://www.chick.com/reading/tracts/5008/5008_01.asp The Outcast]]", about how God loves everybody, including prostitutes.
* Gold Fever has a much happier ending than most tracts: the protagonist is reunited with his family in heaven while the two who robbed and beat him go to hell instead of avoiding punishment with a last-minute conversion.