5 Practical Ways to be Missional on Halloween
Guest post by Brian McCormack
Living on mission can seem daunting.
Sadly, we live in a culture where the idea of knocking on your neighbors door and having a conversation sounds completely alien. Many of our neighborhoods operate on an unspoken understanding of “If you ignore me, I’ll return the favor.” Since the invention of the automatic garage door it has been possible to go months without even seeing the people you live next to, never mind actually talking to them.
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However, once a year culture lobs us a softball called “Halloween,” and with just the slightest amount of intentionality the stranger down the block can become a friend. You just have to be willing to swing the bat.
Here’s a few thoughts for making the most of the opportunity that is extended to you every 31st of October.
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