This short Halloween tract introduces children to the greatest treat of all, God's own Son, Jesus.
A treat is a free gift - something we don't deserve.
This short Halloween tract introduces children to the greatest treat of all, God's own Son, Jesus. The tract is based on John 8 v 12, where Jesus tells us that He is 'the light of the world'.
It helps children to understand why Halloween isn't 'harmless fun', and that there's no need to be afraid because Jesus beat the devil.
How to give away a Halloween tract at the door:
1. Stock up on sweets, chocolates and tracts
2. Make sure you're at home on the 31st October
3. When children come trick or treating, simply hand them some sweets or chocolates along with a tract which 'explains a bit more about Halloween'
|Age range:||6 - 11|
|Dimensions||105mm x 148mm|
|Publisher||The Good Book Company|
I bought the Tract or Treat, the Why did Jesus come? and Why did Jesus die? They are brilliant booklets - and state clearly the facts in an easy to understand way. Good things for children to think about and even puzzles to do. They are well worth buying.
Each Halloween I make up around 50 trick or treat bags which include sweets, a tract, and leaflet information on our Churches activities. These are great for that. Thank you.
USED THIS LEAFLET AT OUR JAM AFTER SCHOOL CLUB AND THE CHILDREN WERE KEEN TO HAVE ONE, AS THEY ALL NOWADAYS SEE PUMPKINS EVERYWHERE AND ASSOCIATE THIS WITH HALLOWEEN. IT WAS GOOD TO HAVE A WAY OF COMMUNICATING THE GOSPEL MESSAGE TO THE CHILDREN
we decided to use the door knocking on Halloween as an opportunity to put the Christian point of view to the children who came. We gave sweets to start with and then handed out the tract. Most door knockers were youngsters accompanied by an adult, so the content was appropriate. It might be too young for teenagers who really need to know about these things, so another version for an older recipient would be welcome. Our previous response to the Trick or treat request has been NO THANK YOU but we think in our present Godless culture any opportunity to put the other side of things needs to be grasped. Do you have anything similar for carol Singers?
These tracts arrived in good time and had good content that presented the gospel in a way relevant to Halloween. I would recommend them.
They go for Halloween in a big way here in the Rep of Ireland - nearly everyone sees it as harmless fun - and for that reason I was looking for a Christian message that didn't feel the need to kick Halloween too much. While it's a good tract, I'm afraid I found it a bit too damning to use at our alternative 'white night' party at church. I ended up cutting off the top page and using only it. Call me a wimp but I really didn't think it would help to damn all the fun.
A good tract to use for teenagers who are really searching and have had some exposure to Christianity. We didn't however use it at our recent 'Light Party' as we though it was quite strong and a bit too much all at once for a group of unchurched younger teens.
For years I have used the opportunity to reach children with the message of Jesus when they come knocking at hallowe'en. I give the children a bag which is sealed with a Christian sticker. Inside the bag I include sweeties etc and a Christian bookmark and a tract. Finding a tract that talks about hallowe'en and the message of Jesus is perfect for this. I discovered this tract last year and I have found it to be the perfect addition to my hallowe'en bags.
This was a very popular tract with the children in our Sunday group. They made goody bags with these in, to give out to those who came to the door. They were all very enthusiastic about doing this, as they had asked about what they should do when all their friends were out 'trick or treating'.
Every year I make up bags for children who come trick or treating. The bag has the usual sweets but very importantly it has information about Jesus. I always include a gospel sticker, bookmark and tract. These tracts are ideal because they not only convey the message of Jesus but they include information about hallowe'en.