Reclaiming Halloween as a Christian Holiday!

Rose Publishing's Reclaiming Halloween for God's Glory

Many Christians are under the mistaken belief that Halloween, or more specifically All Saint’s Day, was established for the purpose of Christianizing a pagan holiday called Samhain. But Halloween actually started as a Christian festival, not the other way around. There are many ways that Christians can re-claim Halloween as a Christian celebration.

Click here to see our Pinterest board for inspiration for a reclaimed Halloween that you can celebrate with your family and community!

Christian Origins of Halloween – PDF Download

Turn Halloween into something positive in your family and neighborhood. Many Christians are under the mistaken belief that Halloween, or more specifically All Saint’s Day, was established for the purpose of Christianizing a pagan holiday called Samhain. But Halloween actually started as a Christian festival, not the other way around. The Christian Origins of Halloween will help you:

  • Know the origins of Halloween.
  • Understand what Christians wanted to celebrate.
  • Find out how Halloween got confused with a “day of the dead”.
  • How to handle the symbols of Halloween and use them to teach positive things.
  • Find new ideas for celebrating October 31 that honor the Lord.
  • Answer questions including, “Are ghosts real?” and “What is the origin of Trick-or-Treating?”

Full-color laminated, 8.5″ x 5.5″, fits inside most Bibles, 14 panels, unfolds to 38″.

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  1. How do you print the candy corn topper? I could not find a link for it. It takes you back to Pinterest.

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