In Old Testament times, people built altars as a memorial to teach succeeding generations about God and His character. Gathering for a family “altar” or a devotional time is a good way to teach your children about God and His ways.
October 15, 2018
When our family came to the United States back in 1989, Halloween was a big part of the American culture shock. It horrified us. We would turn off the lights on Halloween night and go to bed early. If the doorbell rang, we would ignore it, and pray that the kids dressed as demons and witches would go away.
However, one year we decided that we would let our light shine in the darkness. We purchased some candy and placed a few pieces in plastic bags along with child-friendly tracts. That night, over one hundred people came to our door and happily took gospel tracts—over one hundred people!
You can turn the tables on the enemy this Halloween. Thank you for your desire to share the gospel with the lost. I pray that many children and adults alike are saved through your faithful witnessing this Halloween.
October 31 is right around the corner; now the perfect time to prepare for your outreach. View our favorite tracts for Halloween.