New Christian Tracts Enable Churches to Share the Gospel at Halloween and for Trunk or Treat
Contact: Mike Vitamvas, Memory Cross, 336-669-3866
HIGH POINT, N.C., Sept. 13, 2011 /Christian Newswire/ -- Halloween can be a controversial celebration for the Christian community. Should churches refrain from participating or embrace it as a way to reach out to the community. Many churches have decided that Halloween is a good opportunity to spread God's Word.
Memory Cross, known for designing one of the most unique Christian tracts, has created a new line of tracts specifically to help churches witness to their community during Halloween. The origami style cards are designed for trunk-or-treat, alternative Christian Halloween festivals and trick or treat.
Each card starts by asking the question: "what could be better than free candy?" That's what Halloween is all about. Just dress up in a costume, say "Trick or Treat" and get Free Candy! What could be better than that? The answer is God's Love. That is the sweetest gift of all. The other panels go onto to tell the Gospel story in a loving and creative way.
Jesus commanded us to go into all the world and preach the Gospel. Halloween gives Christians a number of unique opportunities to do just that. It is the only day of the year that children come knocking on your door and it is a day when many unbelievers attend an event at a local church. Along with candy, Memory Cross now gives believers a fun and easy way to share the Gospel.
The unique origami style design of each Memory Cross insures that children will not put aside this Halloween tract. Most parents and children are simply amazed at how a Memory Cross card works and this intrigue gets them to read the card over and over again, putting the message of God's love into the child's heart.