Halloween is always a difficult time for Sunday School teachers, Christian parents, and Children's Pastors.
The holiday is a pagan celebration of darkness.
The night is full of bloody costumes, chain saws, scary creatures and much, much more that stands in stark contrast to what we are taught to celebrate as Christians.
So what should you do?
Should you pretend that all this squirm-inspiring stuff is not happening and just ignore it completely?
Should you lecture against Halloween?
What if you took a different approach this year and used Biblical Monster Tales to grab kids’ attention and shed light on the truth of God’s word?
That’s exactly what you can do with our new lesson pack:
The truth is Halloween can be an ideal time to get out that Bible and present some of the more famed passages of Scriptures – scriptures that just happen to contain monsters!
There is not a comic-book publisher or cartoon creator who can create bigger plots or better monsters than those found in our Bible!
Here's a Look at the Monster Tales Included:
Nephilim & Giants
Arising in Genesis 6 and making various appearances in the Bible until the time of the great prophets.
These guys look human…except they were huge, making men look like grasshoppers!
They were not very nice, and kids can use some science to determine how they survived the great flood.
As if he doesn’t have enough problems of his own, Job gives a description of this ginormous serpent that no man could ever kill.
He’s long, hard, tough, smoke-snorting, fire-breathing, and a man-eater… Some people are still searching lake beds and larger bodies of water, thinking the Leviathan is still out there!
Archeologists are looking for his skeleton.
Daniel’s Four Beasts
Daniel 7 features these ferocious animals, agog with heads and horns, speaking through their eyes and changing shape.
All the features mean something.
They offer a first chance to introduce your students to symbolism as they try to decide whether the kingdoms are old or modern.
The Four Horsemen of the Revelation
Featured in Revelation 9, these beasts are definitely trying to overthrow the world and take down life on planet earth.
Justice swiftly follows when Jesus shows up to save anyone who calls out to him.
Again, great opportunities exist to discuss symbols and how world affairs might turn in the future to allow the “horsemen” to show up.
The Woman Riding
on the Beast:
Featured in Revelation 17, she wants to devour mankind and makes cannibals look sweet and innocent!
For all her bullying and stealing and killing, she gets a millstone tied around her neck and is thrown into the sea.
Here we have what makes all kids scream…superbugs.
Featured in Revelation 9, your students will get to see what might happen if a person from the times of Jesus has to describe a space war, and he’s never even seen an electric light bulb.
Are these superbugs really locusts…or are they machinery of modern war?
The First Beast of The Revelation
Described in detail in Revelation 13, this sneaky, scary Antichrist monster will give you an opportunity to discuss how much attention has been attracted to him by Bible detectives throughout history.
Kids will get to hear all the theories of who or what the beast symbolizes and learn a good lesson about what to do when Bible mysteries are overwhelming.
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That’s TWO FULL MONTHS to put these fun turn-key lessons to the test!
Don’t let God’s Truth
Take a Backseat This Halloween!
There is no reason to. Kids should not think that the Bible is a second-rate story compared to what they watch in the media – because it’s far better.
It’s got just as much eye-popping imagery and mind-jarring tales of suspense. It is bigger and better than any story ever written, and most importantly… it is true!
Help your students come away from Halloween knowing that God is imaginative, strong and courageous, and the monsters he has faced and will face down make him Ruler of the Universe forever and ever.