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Halloween And Special Needs: What You Need To Know

Once a month I contribute to Satisfaction Through Christ. It’s something that God called me to do last spring and I love writing there.

I also interact in Satisfaction Through Christ Facebook Group. You can find me and other authors of the blog interacting with readers.

Todays post I am putting a bit of what I have written over there here and than I am hoping you will follow me over to Satisfaction Through Christ for the rest!

As a child I didn’t think much about Halloween. I grew up in a household where my father was atheist and my mom became a Christian when I was 5 years old. Some years I went out and some years I stayed home.

I didn’t think much about Halloween… and then I became a special needs mom.

A Special Look On Haloween

Over the years I have heard many spiritual debates about rather Christians should take part in Halloween and the origin of Halloween, but that is a different post for a different time.

Even while I was studying for my Early Childhood Diploma in a secular school, there was a debate on Halloween and how it affects children.One of my favourite points was from the teacher of the class,

“For 364 days of the year we tell children don’t talk to strangers, and don’t take candy from strangers. Why is it that on Halloween it is okay?”

And the rest of the story is at Satisfaction Through Christ!

By His Stripes Alone


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