We don’t usually do Halloween stuff, but this year Amie wanted to do something to reach other children. Hand out tracts along with our candy. It was her idea. We’ll be heading up to the church tonight for the Trunk and Treat thing and do that. We’ll be taking our pumpkin along too. It is carved with a cross in it, not a face.
This is one of our ways of showing our faith to our neighbors.
EDIT: We left the tracts with our pastor’s wife and the pumpkin with pastor. It was too cold and the kids were not able to stay out too long. Jeremy had to work late, so I couldn’t stay up there without him here to watch the kids. I forgot to say earlier that yesterday we had the pumpkin shining out our back window which anyone driving by on the busy street beside our house (or walking by on the sidewalk) could see easily. There was residential trick or treating yesterday, but because of ballet practice, we weren’t here to pass out our stuff.
Found in a chinese cookie today:Â You begin to appreciate the importance of sharing your personal beliefs.Â All I thought was, “Amen!”