This season is an opportunity to shine the light of Jesus into the darkness. Here are our 13 favorite shine Jesus’ light Halloween ideas!
What’s on your kids’ minds at this time of year? Halloween! What they’re going to wear…where they’re going to go…all that candy.
For years with my children, we simply avoided Halloween since it was such a dark day to observe. Over time, though, I decided to instead shine Jesus’ light into the darkness.
To help you do the same, here are three children’s messages you can use in “big church” or in any classroom.
Halloween doesn’t need to be about ghosts and goblins!
With this free candy corn treat bag topper template, you can treat your kids or have them treat others. Give your kids this cute candy corn treat bag topper that reminds them that Jesus is our best treat! You can also have kids make these treats to take home. When trick-or-treaters come a’knocking, families can give kids the gospel in a sweet treat!
Use this fun and creative lesson around Halloween to help shine the light on Halloween in your preteen Sunday school classes.
To help take the “Scare” out of Halloween, use this preteen Bible lesson to help kids trust Jesus when they’re afraid.
Use this Kids Sunday school lesson: Halloween to put smiles on kids’ faces!
Use this fun and creative lesson around Halloween to help kids shine the light of Jesus.
Use this children’s message “God’s Word the Seed” to help children see that planting seeds of faith will help their faith grow.
At Halloween, all sorts of zombies arise in costume. But we know there’s only one true Savior who can raise people from the dead—the greatest Tomb Raider of all: Jesus.
In this children’s message: Walk Through Walls, kids will transform a simple piece of paper into something they can step right through!
Use this Halloween Children’s Message: Fear Not to help your kids say bye-bye to fear.
To help take the “spooky” out of Halloween, use these Bible lessons for preschoolers for your Sunday school class.
A fun and creative lesson to help preschoolers shine the light on Halloween in your preschool Sunday school classes.
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