Tract Download Page
Download, print, and assemble our Halloween tract (pamphlet) for use in your ministry!

Halloween is a tract exposing this Satanic holiday. When printed, cut, and folded, it forms a small dual-fold tract. You can read the text of the tract here.

It's great for distributing with candy to trick-or-treaters!

Need help? Please contact us!


Assembly Steps

The Halloween tract is exteremely easy to assemble. The basic steps to create one are:

  1. Preferably using a desktop computer (Mac, Linux, PC, etc), download the PDF file (below).
  2. Print the front page and the back page on one sheet of letter-size paper (page #1 on the front of the sheet, and page #2 on the back).
  3. Cut the page into three strips (along the dotted cutting lines).
  4. Fold each strip in three. (Each printed page creates three tracts.)


Downloading the File

The printable tract file is in the form of a basic two-page PDF ("portable document file"). To view the file, click the tract icon below.

To save the file to your computer (for better printing) right-click the tract icon, and select "Save as..." or "Save link as..." (or similar). When the Save window opens, select a good place to store the file on your computer's hard drive.

Download the Halloween tract...

Note: You will need to have a PDF reader to view and print the file (most computers have one). If you do not yet have such a reader, we suggest Adobe® Reader®, which you can get for free by going to the Adobe website, here.



To print the tract:

  1. Black & White, or Color?
    You can print the tract in color or in black & white. If you print in color. we suggest using white paper. If you are printing in black & white, white paper will still work, but bright orange paper looks great!
  2. Use letter-sized paper.
    To make the booklet line up properly, you must use US letter-size paper. If you must use another size, you will want to trim it to 8.5 x 11 inches before printing.
  3. Printing Options
    Important! When printing, please turn off all options that resize the page, such as "Fit to Paper," "Shrink Large Pages," or "Auto-Rotate and Center." The PDF file should print correctly without these options. In our testing, these options altered the layout and made the tract come out misaligned.
  4. Print on front and back of the sheet.
    You may have an automatic setting for this; otherwise, you can do it manually. You may have to experiment to make it work correctly.


Assembly Photos

If you need help, please drop us an e-mail. We'd love to help!

Cut each page into three strips.

Make the first fold along the dotted line next to the cover.

Make the second fold so that it fits inside the first fold...

.. Like this.

The finished tract.


We'd love to hear from you if you use our tracts! If you have a moment, please send us a note and tell us which tracts you use and where you pass them out. You can reach us here.