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20 Halloween Writing Prompts

20 Halloween Writing Prompts for Christian bloggers.

20 Halloween Writing Prompts for Christian bloggers.

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  1. Your Favorite Halloween Costume? Why?
  2. What costumes should Christians avoid or wear? If any, why or why not?
  3. Share about a Halloween You will Never Forget?
  4. Do you play tricks on anyone? Share about it.
  5. Should Christians play tricks on others? Why or why not?
  6. Did anyone play any tricks on you? Share about it.
  7. Favorite Halloween Candy or treat? Why?
  8. Do you celebrate Halloween, If So Why? If Not why not?
  9. Should Christians celebrate Halloween? Why or why not?
  10. Do you watch horror movies? Why or Why Not?
  11. Should Christians watch Halloween or scary movies? Why or why not?
  12. Should churches cancel church for Halloween? Why or why not?
  13. Does your church do Trunk or Treats? Why? Why Not?
  14. Do you dress up for Halloween? Why? Why Not?
  15. Do you evangelize on Halloween? Tell us about it.
  16. What do you usually hand out for trunk or treats / trick or treats?
  17. What is your favorite Halloween movie? Why?
  18. Does your town have special or odd Halloween laws? If so please share about it.
  19. How old is too old to trick or treat / trunk or treat?
  20. Does your family have any Halloween traditions? Feel free to share.

If you used one of these Halloween writing prompts, feel free to share in the comments below.

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