Mini chocolate bars, gummy bears, and the gospel? Yes, they can go together, especially on October 31 when children in costumes knock on your door. As long as candy is attached, trick-or-treaters are open to almost anything placed into their containers—even gospel tracts.
Halloween provides an opportunity to reach hundreds of children (and their families) with the good news of Jesus Christ. A porch light, some candy, and culturally relevant tracts like the Dinosaur and Noah’s Ark trading cards by Answers in Genesis are all you need to turn this otherwise secular holiday into a soul-winning event.
To find out how you can use the creation message to evangelize the lost throughout the year, see Creation Evangelism—From A to Z.
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