Open your door.
Toss some Jesus Candy to people.
Start a conversation.
Invite them to church.
Pray over the candy before you hand it out.
For real. Not even joking.
Like a prayer walk
only pray blessings for the people
who will blow bubbles with the bubble gum you give out.
Print a Scripture and tape it
to each piece of candy.
We are to go all over the world
to make disciples
and that is hard to do
when the door is locked.
People know that many Christians are famous for
sharing everything we’re AGAINST
but we’re not as famous for sharing Jesus in the most helpful ways.
It’s like this.
Sometimes we throw stones
at the adulteress
instead of being aware of
our own secret sin.
If we show her love, REAL TRUE love,
the kind of love she’s longing for
with all her heart,
just maybe she’ll want more of that
instead of the counterfeit romance that people offer her.
There is ONE night out
of the whole entire long year
that people flood the streets,
MAKE EYE CONTACT,
and say “Hello”
without thinking it’s awkward.
THIS evening is NOT the time to close the door.
The neighbors you pray for all year long
to get to know Christ
are coming TO YOU
but the opportunity to invite them to know
more about Jesus
is missed because you don’t want
anyone to think you’re “celebrating” Halloween.
Opening your door and handing out candy on Halloween
does not mean you’re celebrating evil spirits
any more than going to a funeral
at a graveside service does.
This year my Mad Hattress, my Dear Fawn, and I
will be loving on people however God leads us,
with lights on, doors open,
and some Jesus Candy to share.
Be “that guy” and hand out Bibles if you want to
because you never know who needs one
but please don’t miss this opportunity
to love on and bless your neighbors.
Start a conversation.
Share Jesus with people
especially on Halloween
when sidewalks are covered with people
who are dying to know Him.
Be safe. Be blessed and Happy Halloween.
[Note: I see a great outreach opportunity
and feel led to share about it.
Do not send hate mail.
I get it.
Some will be upset.
Some are always upset.
But someone may get to know Christ
because of open doors on Halloween
and I don’t want anyone
to miss any opportunity to share Him.]
Between the ages of 9 and 49 Kerri learned a lot about abuse;
sexual, emotional, verbal, religious, and physical abuse.
God sees everything and nothing is wasted.
While it would be easy to stay in a victim mindset,
Kerri has been able to see how God allowed her to learn along the way.
She developed a deep insight into the issues surrounding abuse
and feels called to help others survive too.
Kerri and her daughters are currently waiting in faith in Northwest Washington for God to open doors to Alaska.
Once there, they'll be working towards the development of a homeless shelter
for domestic abuse and sex-trafficked survivors.
They welcome your prayers,
as well as financial partnership,
to bring to fruition the shelter God has pressed upon their hearts to create: