Each year, millions of kids in America hit the streets dressed as princesses, superheroes, or their favorite character. And many will come knocking on your door, looking for treats. But have you considered using this opportunity to share the hope of the gospel with your neighbors, and not just hand out candy and other treats?
One way you can make the most of this once-a-year opportunity is by giving gospel tracts to children and/or their parents, along with candy and treats. On our online store, we offer a variety of options, including “million dollar bill” tracts featuring the ark or dinosaurs. Kids love these, and it’s a fun way to share the gospel—something worth far more than a million dollars!—with children and their families.
And, we offer an extra discount on most of our evangelistic booklets when you order 10 or more. Prepare to minister to the children and families in your neighborhood on Halloween night with some of our best evangelistic tracts, booklets, and outreach packs from our online store.
During this Halloween season, we’re also offering a special sale on two of our World Religions and Cults DVDs.
During this time, when many are thinking of witches, spells, and spooky things, you may be wondering about the growing number of individuals who hold to a belief in witches, curses, and magic. What do they believe, and how can we share the truth of the gospel with them? Discover answers from AiG’s World Religions Conference talks Witchcraft and Paganism by Marcia Montenegro, a believer who was formally caught up in witchcraft, and Satanism, by AiG’s Bodie Hodge. These DVDs are available for a special price as a set.
Atheists can become very upset when we encourage people to obtain these evangelistic resources to give to children to teach them the truth of God’s Word and the gospel. But atheists only get mad because this is a spiritual issue!
Find these resources, and many more, at AnswersBookstore.com.
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.