Costume and Candy Pack

Introducing the What’s in the Bible? Costume and Candy kit – just in time for Halloween and church Fall Festivals!

Costume and Candy Kit

This free downloadable Halloween costume pack includes printables to help you dress up as your favorite What’s in the Bible? character – put on some Buck Denver hair, or make your own Sunday School Lady t-shirt. The pack also includes printable Halloween candy tags that share a free Gospel video from What’s in the Bible? with everyone who comes trick-or-treating at your house. You can also use the candy tags to give out special treats at church or in Sunday School.

The pack also features a printable All Saints Day worksheet, which your kids can fill out about people in the church who have inspired them with their service to God. The What’s in the Bible? Costume and Candy Pack includes everything you need to bring What’s in the Bible? to your favorite fall and Halloween activities!

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What's in the Bible?
What's in the Bible?

What's in the Bible? The link should be up for a while. You can always email us at customerservice@whatsinthebible.com if you can't find it. Thanks!

Elisabeth Queenofthe Castle
Elisabeth Queenofthe Castle

we used these this week and LOVED handing them out with treats!!! thank you so much for making these! we want to use them every year now :o) blessings,

Bonnie Aikman Kay
Bonnie Aikman Kay

How long will that link be playable? Was thinking about putting leftovers in treat bags for my son's birthday party in early December.

What's in the Bible?
What's in the Bible?

Sorry to hear the link wasn't working for you. We just tested it and it's working now. Please let us know if it's still not working for you. Thanks!

Tineke Kosik
Tineke Kosik

Great idea! Do you have them in other languages as well?

Rita Leung
Rita Leung

already used them for Trunk or Treat at our church last night! thanks again!!

Stephanie Michele
Stephanie Michele

We choose to let the kids dress up, we only tour our street and get to visit our neighbors at the same time. As they've seen all the decorations this month we've had great conversations about the difference between the Light and the darkness. Most likely these people don't know Him, so we get to pray for them as we drive thru the neighborhood! And these printouts are a bonus to hand out with our candy!

Rebecca Israel
Rebecca Israel

We handed these out tonight at our fall festival at our church..great message to give away!!

motherof4kids
motherof4kids

I will be using the stickers for trunk or treat. Just wanted to let someone know that when I put in the website from the stickers it came up that it didn't exist. I tried a few times to make sure. I wanted to make sure it would work for the kids who would be receiving the stickers. Thanks!

rbcphotogirl
rbcphotogirl

sending this out to our families from my church. our kids love these characters.

incidentally, i'm encouraging my friends not to be a "dark porch" on a night that often reeks of darkness. i'd like to see families being a light in the dark. don't hate on people that are walking through your neighborhood and celebrating. love them with light. be welcoming and kind to their children. they are far more likely to listen to you talk about jesus at another date if they don't see you as considering yourself "above" them. you get a chance to literally be a light in the darkness. choose it. and also... don't get the crappy candy. be the house they remember. 

audiogirlz3
audiogirlz3

this is just awesome! Total answer to prayer on how to be a light in the darkness on halloween in our neighborhood. #PTL #jellytelly

DebbieJ
DebbieJ

Every family needs to make their own decisions about how to deal with Halloween.  We personally don't 'celebrate' Halloween, but have always taken our kids, in costume, to church sponsored Harvest Festival carnivals or parties.  They had a great time, got to dress up like the other kids, but didn't 'celebrate' Halloween.  As they got older, they participated in 'dark to light' 'haunted' houses that shared the gospel, and candy, with neighborhood kids.  If I gave out candy at Halloween, it would be with tracts.  As the liberals say, don't let situations go to waste - use them to share God's love, and maybe a treat or two.  But, we have enough non-Christians taking pot-shots at us without us critiquing each other's every move.  Do what God leads you to do and let others do the same. 

AnnGeer
AnnGeer

Let's stop celebrating darkness and celebrate Light! Host a Reformation Party. On October 31, 1517 Martin Luther posted the 95 thesis to the Wittenburg church door. Celebrate the 5 Solas that came from the reformation. Celebrate your faith!

Muriel Murray
Muriel Murray

I want bible quote on the facebook thank you.

Tina Brown
Tina Brown

Thanks for the labels and free download to share! I'm excited to do this in our neighborhood :)

Joanna Hughes
Joanna Hughes

Some in our church do "Trunk 'n Treat' .. open up their vehicles trunks all dressed up and distribute from there! =)

Stephen Willetts
Stephen Willetts

Cassa Wing If you want to share Jesus then do so. If you are doing what God wants then why worry when someone questions it? I don't like Halloween and I believe as Christians we need to share Christ love in a positive way. I'm not in the states, I live in England where trick and treating originally started. And no it wasn't a fun evening for children to dress up and get a sweet treat, it was far worse! You are right we shouldn't hide our head in the sand, but we should be different we should be set apart for Christ and the Gospel. If you don't agree that's fine, that is what I believe.

Cassa Wing
Cassa Wing

@Stephen Willets- Because as Christians we should also be engaging our culture, not shying away from it and sticking our head in the sand. That will do NOTHING to bring your community to the awareness of Christ. At our church we host a Trunk-or-Treat in the parking lot on Halloween. We provide a safe/fun place for the kids to meet church members, get candy, and we also hand out information about our church's kids programs. We have had many kids join our AWANA program and After School Kids Club because of the information passed out at our Trunk-or-Treat. Instead of hiding inside a dark home on Halloween, let the light of Jesus shine instead!

Jamie 'Beckham' Blanks
Jamie 'Beckham' Blanks

I'm so glad you did this. I have had so many 'Christians' be so overly negative about Halloween, that I feel it causes more harm than good. We as Christians are to bring people to Christ, but how are we to do that when we judge everything so critically. I had a little girl tell me in Sunday School she didn't celebrate the Devil's holiday, which made all the other kids feel like they were being evil. It's good to teach kids the truth about Halloween. So, Thank you!

Tiff_casey
Tiff_casey

This is a great freebie! Thanks so much! You didn't have to - But you did! And I Love it! My class will love it! :)

JulieWoods
JulieWoods

Protest Halloween by dressing your kids up and going door to door GIVING candy , Toys, and Scriptures.  We've gotten scripture into over 200 homes in the past 10 yrs. doing this...  Who gets the glory?  GOD Does!  We call it Tract & Treating!

Stephen Willetts
Stephen Willetts

I've got an idea, why support Trick or Treat or Halloween at all? We as Christians are meant to be different. Why not encourage your children to go to peoples houses and say "Treat no trick, then instead of receiving candy why not give some to the person who owns the house. We need to be a blessing and not a curse.

Carrine
Carrine

I didn't even know there was such a thing as Reformation Day until 2 years ago - and I've been a Christian for over 15 years. I wish the church would teach about it & celebrate it! Someone in my family who is a pastor at a large church & basically an Armenianist got upset at me, thinking I was propagating Calvinisim, but after studying about it I think any Bible believing Christian that is thankful we don't have indulgences and we actually have the Bible in our own languages to study should celebrate the Reformation!

That being said, the first year I learned about Reformation Day it was only 2 days before - not enough time to prep anything. Last year I was really sick... So this year my family is hosting our first Reformation Day Celebration! I'm quite excited :-)

With it being new to me I'm still learning a lot. What do you do at your celebration?

AnnGeer
AnnGeer

@Carrine how wonderful Carrine! I completely agree it isn't about theology but about celebrating the roots of our faith! It was the root of all of our protestant beginnings. At our celebration we have tables with games set up for the kids to play. The games reflect something from the reformation or the 16th century. I got a lot of my ideas off of the internet. One game we created though is "Crown the Saints" and we have small milk cartons painted and labeled with martyrs from the 16th century and the kids will toss pool rings over them. We dress up as people of the Christian faith (and that could include a lion from Daniel and the lion's den :) ). This year we will have frito chili pie and roast marshmallows to end the evening. Given most people are unaware of their Christian heritage, my husband will also give a very brief summary of the Reformation for the kids. We also sing Luther's A Mighty Fortress is our God. Enjoy celebrating your faith at your party! 

Carrine
Carrine

I like that game idea! We may have to try it. Thanks so much for sharing!