With Halloween just a week away, my trick-or-treat tracts have been receiving a lot of traffic, so I thought today might be a good time to repost them.
A few of our readers have written to request permission to add contact information to the back of the tracts and use them for outreach events at their church.
That sounds like a great idea to me, and I’m happy for the tracts to used in this way. That’s why we created them in the first place!
We have four trick-or-treat tracts to choose from. I plan to rotate the ones our family distributes year to year, so that we won’t be putting the exact same tract in neighbors’ bags every October. (We give the tracts in addition to the candy we pass out, incidentally — not in lieu of it.)
If you’d like to pass out these tracts to trick-or-treaters, too, just click on the image to download the free printable PDF files.
The files are all black & white, so if you want them to look like they do below, print on colored paper. The tracts will print four copies per sheet — you’ll need to cut them apart and fold in the center of each tract.
We also offer a few free printable tracts that are not specific to Halloween. You may browse and download those files by following this link.