Tracts help share the gospel message to children and their families on Halloween night.
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A person involved in witchcraft or other forms of the occult may frequent speciality shops like this one, but a Christian's witness can have staying power until faith takes hold.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Gone are the days of carefree, fun trick-or-treating around the neighborhood and donning superhero costumes for elementary school Halloween parties.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Trick-or-treaters will get more than a handful of candy this Oct. 31 when they knock on the door of someone participating in the American Tract Society's Halloween evangelism effort. "ATS' newest 'Halloween Rescue Kit' gives Christians a tool to rescue Halloween this year with the sweet taste of salvation spelled out in treats and gospel tracts designed specifically for Halloween handout," said Dan Southern, president of ATS.
CLEARWATER, Fla. (BP)--Tired of planning the same type of alternative Halloween youth event for Bethel Baptist Church in Moody, Ala., Tom Hudgins decided use the pagan holiday to present a gospel drama message. In 1983, the first production of "Judgement House" opened for two nights, with 500 people attending and 50 people making professions of faith.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)–About 10 years ago, end-times speaker and author Hal Lindsay visited the area where I lived. My friend Brad and I went to the Palm Beach Roundtable, where Lindsay would be speaking. His fascinating presentation ended with a Q&A session. A woman of the Palm Beach blue-hair variety stood, in all her finery, […]