Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Ghost Buster

Every year about this time social media begins to fill up with posts from Christians debating Halloween. While we understand the arguments against Christians participating in anything Halloween related, we believe that there is a Biblical argument for participating and that one can participate in a way that refocuses the holiday on Christ.

To that end, we invite you, your family, and your friends to join us for our annual Halloween service, this Sunday, October 23, at 10:30am in Taylorsville and 5pm in Provo!

It will be a fun day of fellowship as both children and adults are encouraged to wear family-friendly costumes, enjoy some candy (There will be a lot of candy!), and hear Pastor Jordan's message titled "Ghost Buster." If you have ever wondered if ghosts are real or if there is any validity to the ghost stories your friends or coworkers have shared, you won't want to miss this message in which we'll explore what the Bible says about ghosts.

For those of you that do not participate in Halloween, we hope you'll find this to be a Christ-centered alternative. For those of you that do, we trust it will equip you for and be supplemental to the conversations you'll have with family and friends as you celebrate.

Let us know if you're going to the Taylorsville service or the Provo service on Facebook!

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