Hallelujah Halloween

Our church had Hallelujah Night and celebrated with games, music, bounce houses, hotdogs, and a bike drawing. It must have been a great turn out – I didn’t get to look up much to see. I painted faces for two hours. I don’t mean I painted a face and then a few minutes later I painted another one. I mean that as soon as I finished one there was another little face hopping up in the chair for – two – hours. I am tired, cold and will be curling up in blankets with a book in a few moments but I had a great time!

Most fun – a little princess who wanted different colored polka-dots on her arms and giggled every time I painted another one.

Sweetest – a little girl who wanted a flower on her cheek and when I was done went down the line showing everyone waiting and telling them I was really good and then she would run back and ask me where I learned art.

Cutest – a baby in a bumble bee costume who scrunched up his face and laughed every time I touched him with the paintbrush. We were trying for a heart but…

Strangest – an older fellow who said his girlfriend dared him to get lips painted on his cheek. OK there are just too many things wrong there.

Several kids would ask how much it cost and I got to tell them nothing – it’s free. I could paint their face and give them candy. I’m not good at evangelism but if I can share the gospel by painting a face and offering free candy – I’m all over that!

1 thought on “Hallelujah Halloween

  1. Denise

    Face painting…ahh…the memories. Natalie and I went on a mission trip to Frederick, MD, back in 2002. We did park evangelism in several city parks in the Frederick area. Nat, Danielle, and I were the face painters. We painted flowers and horses and spiders and smiley faces and anything else the little darlings could think of. Funny thing is that I’m absolutely the least artistic person in the Western world. But, I was amazed at how God directed my hands to paint whatever the kids wanted. Amazing, isn’t He???

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