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A Spooky Halloween Episode | GOF26

A Spooky Halloween Episode | GOF26

Are you ready for Halloween this weekend? Not sure how to feel about Halloween? Well, I understand, and frankly I’ve been there too. So I want to help you in this episode reframe your view of Halloween and look at it through the lens of loving your neighbor!

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This Episode’s Topic: Halloween

To better understand why this topic matters consider this fact for just a second. The retail industry pegs Halloween as the 2nd largest holiday sales season of the year. That’s right. Halloween is the second biggest holiday of the year. That surprised me when I saw the statistic. But then think about all of the festivities, costumes, candy and of course related parties associated with Halloween. Does it surprise you? So how should Christians think about it?
Answers to these questions and more are on this episode of Grace On Fire!

Show Segments

Theology On The Street

What is the history of Halloween? I give you my take on the history of Halloween in North America.
Check out this link to the History Channel’s article on the “History of Halloween.”

Dadlife Segment

I give you a taste of a spooky story I like to share with my kids.

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The best part about podcasting is joining in a conversation with you. To help kick off a discussion here is a question to consider:
Do you like Halloween or do you think its something we as Christians should avoid?

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About The Author

Jonathan G. Smith

The Rev'd Dr. Jonathan G. Smith is the Senior Minister of Redeemer Church in Orlando, Founder of Grace Nation, and owner of Higher Purpose Coaching. His passion is to see people transformed by the Gospel, the liberating power of Jesus Christ.

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