Christians: When Halloween Comes Knocking

Halloween is a multi-billion dollar celebration marked by witches, ghosts and goblins, candy and parties.

Not all Christians take part in Halloween. Some have taken a step back to rethink this tradition, and they have changed how they look at Halloween. Others say they honor God through Halloween by making it a Christian outreach — a time to share the Gospel with the lost. Still other Christians say we have the freedom in Christ to dress up in costumes, attend secular or church-based festivals, and take their children trick-or-treating.  In this episode, Michelle and Amy take a look at where these traditions come from and what the Bible has to say about Christians and Halloween.


A Word Fitly Spoken
A Word Fitly Spoken
Christians: When Halloween Comes Knocking
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One Response to Christians: When Halloween Comes Knocking

  1. Shannon October 17, 2020 at 12:01 pm #

    Excellent podcast. For myself, I do not participate at all with Halloween. I am a former pagan and followed some druid practices in the past. In that sense, I am a weak Christian. If I participate, it can make me stumble in my thoughts to my former life. Praise God that He has redeemed and set me free from those past sins!

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