Why I Don’t Celebrate Halloween, JW Beliefs Explained

Printable index cards for explaining beliefs of Jehovah's Witnesses.

Last updated on April 3rd, 2024 at 05:00 pm

As the days grow shorter and the temperature drops, it’s hard not to notice that fall is here and winter is just around the corner. I hope you’re staying warm and cozy wherever you are.

6 years ago, Halloween wasn’t a significant celebration in Poland. So, I was amazed when I arrived in Canada and saw how huge the festivities were here. I had only seen Halloween on TV, so experiencing it in person was an entirely different experience for me. However, after 6 years, Poland has gradually adopted this celebration, and even Christians now celebrate it. It shows how easy it is to fall into Satan’s traps, and if not for Jehovah, I would have celebrated with others, but…

…7 years ago, Jehovah took me out of this world and welcomed me to his spiritual family. Since then, I have been incredibly grateful to have Him in my life! And today, I strive to honour my Heavenly Father by living in a way that pleases Him and expresses my exclusive devotion. I am sure that you also desire to do the same, and that is why we choose not to participate in this dark holiday.

I’ve had it on my mind for a while – something I’ve always wanted to create – easily accessible index cards that explain my faith and why I don’t celebrate Halloween. These cards provide a brief overview of Jehovah’s Witnesses’ beliefs and why we choose not to participate in this popular holiday. I hope they will be an excellent tool for helping others understand your faith and the values that guide your life.

This downloadable set includes pocket-sized cards that explain information about Halloween and its origins, supported by Bible verses.

These tiny cards are super handy to carry around. Not only are they perfect for sharing your thoughts on Halloween with your colleagues, but they’re also great gifts for your Bible students or kids. These cards make it easy for them to express their beliefs to others, whether in the classroom or with friends. Additionally, they serve as a friendly reminder for ourselves, too. Simply tuck them in your wallet or purse for easy access whenever you need them.

I hope you can make good use of these little cards and that they will be an excellent tool for helping others understand your faith and values, what you stand for, and what shapes your life. For extra sturdiness and durability, you can print on card stock paper.

That’s it for today! Whatever your plans are for the coming months, I hope they bring you joy and fulfillment.
Alla Lily

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