Holiday Celebrations

Help your neighbours celebrate their religious holidays by sharing with them how their holiday points to Jesus. That is what the early Christian missionaries did and why most people now celebrate Christmas and Easter.

Here are some cards you can download, and websites you can recommend:


Lunar New Year

Lunar New Year will be celebrated on Sunday 22 January, 2023  This is the Year of Rabbit in most of the world.  In Vietnam it is the Year of the Cat.

The card ends with this challenge: Jesus has said many other things which have changed my life and given me hope for the future. You can use the QR Code to find out more about what Jesus said. He can change your life and give you hope too!

After your friend has read this card, you might ask them if they would like to learn more about what Jesus taught. Then you could read together through one of the Gospels.

(Print double sided, flipping on the SHORT edge)

Chinese - English Card  

Vietnamese -  English Card  



Hindus -- Deepavali

The festival of Deepavali is a beautiful and dazzling time of fun and religious observance. It is the celebration of the victory of light over darkness and good over evil.

Jesus himself said, "I am the light of the world: he that follows me shall never walk in darkness but will have the light of life"

To learn more - visit

Hindus -- Holi

The festival of Holi is a festival of colours.  On this day Hindus may safely interact with people of any caste.  "There are no enemies on Holi".  It is a time of fun, celebration and forgiveness.

Hindi - English card (A4 size)

Hindi - English card (letter size)

Nepali - English card


Hindus -- Easter

Indians may confuse the words "resurrection" and "reincarnation".  This tract uses words designed to clarify the difference:  "After three days, Jesus came alive again in the same body".  We designed this tract for primary school students.

English card


Muslims -- Eid El Adha

During the festival of Eid El Adha, Muslims sacrifice a lamb, goat or cow to remind them of Abraham's (Ibrahim's) sacrifice.

Christians now understand what the Righteous God intended to show us through the story of Ibrahim and believe that God has given Isa al-Masih as a sacrifice. We believe that nothing else completes the story of Ibrahim’s intention of sacrificing his son, than Isa al-Masih’s death on the cross and his resurrection after three days. Instead of the blood of animals, in which there is no power to save us from our sins, the Holy Lamb came from above, the saviour Isa al-Masih .

To learn more - visit

Here are bi-lingual cards that will explain to your Muslim friend the true significance of Ibrahim's sacrifice:

Muslims -- Easter

 Easter is a great time to talk about Jesus' Last Days on Earth .  Muslims do not believe that Jesus died. This tract shows what really happened in a Muslim-sensitive way. 

Jesus' Last Days on Earth from Power to Change Australia on Vimeo .


Other Holidays

If you know of other holidays that can be celebrated in a similar manner, please contact us and help us design an appropriate tract and website.