October is a time for pumpkins, mums, pansies, cool weather, cornstalks…but the end of October brings Halloween, which seems to be all around us for the whole month now. Our family does not celebrate Halloween. We choose not to dress up and celebrate this holiday which was intended for darkness and deceit. We choose to celebrate the Living God, our Lord Jesus Christ.In the drama my family is involved with it is quoted in Joshua, “Choose for yourselves today whom you will serve…but as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.” Who are you serving?
We make choices every day, some not as important as others, but all of them make a difference and show who we are to others. The Judgement House drama also reminds us of the realities of the spiritual realm that is around us everyday. Satan has come “only to steal and kill and destroy” the good work that God is doing in our lives. But because of Jesus Christ, the power of Satan is broken and he does not need to have the final victory in our lives!
Reservations are being scheduled for
at Leidy’s Church
276 W. Cherry Lane, Souderton
October 25, 26, 27 & 31
with tours beginning at 6 pm.
The title of this year’s JH presentation is “Shelter”. The story follows Joe and Sarah Fullbright, who are your everyday American couple with two kids, Mark and Macy. When stress starts to build at home, the Fullbrights decide to take a camping adventure to escape the troubles plaguing them. Little do they know that their disagreement will pale in comparison to the “storm” they are about to face. Witness this family struggle physically, emotionally, and spiritually as they try to weather raging storms. Where will you find “shelter” when the storms of this life come at you?
Tours last approximately one hour, with the last tour departing at 9 pm. Individual or group reservations for viewers ages 12 and up are strongly recommended and can be arranged by calling Leidy’s Church at 215-723-8707. The suggested donation is $3 per person. Bring your friends!
Please note: We regret that this event is not handicap accessible, and tour participants need to be able to navigate stairways.