Chick actually managed to produce a rather touching tract called "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.
Although the sheer over-the-topness of the angst may reduce the heartwarmingness for some readers.
The tract "Holy Night" delivers a beautiful message about helping the homeless as the right thing for Christians to do.
"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.