Monday, October 30, 2006

Is Nothing Sacred?

Via Pam, from Agape Press:
The American Tract Society’s Donna Skell says Christians should give trick-or-treaters more than candy this Halloween. She suggests they wrap candy treats in gospel tracts that will grab children’s attention with fun cartoons and games. Some of the tracts offered by ATS this year even glow in the dark. Skell says Halloween offers Christians a great chance to share the good news about Jesus Christ.
If you dare -- take a look at the wares of the folks making the glow-in-the-dark Halloween tracts, The American Tract Society:
A Soviet paratrooper read a tract he was using to light a fire, and his life changed for eternity.
One quality product from the ATS is the 95-page Fast Food Evangelism: "how to effectively share Christ in today's fast-paced world."

All I know is if I was nine years old out trick-or-treating, and somebody handed me a bible-thumping comic instead of a Snickers or even a DumDum, I'd punch the fucker.


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