This month's issue deals with the idea that we might wear a Christian "costume" some places, but not all the time. When have you found it to be the most difficult to let your Christianity show?
Trusty Rusty: At work. There's pressure to not talk about religion there and a lot of times work presents the opportunity to be dishonest. Mostly it's easy to want to blend in at work and not rock the boat.
Huggable Hugo: I guess when I'm with Christians who are doing things I don't approve of. It's difficult to confront them. Also, in high school when I was frustrated with the way things were going on the football field.
What's your favorite Halloween memory?
Trusty Rusty: The year I was Donatelo and had a sweet turtle shell costume.
Huggable Hugo: My brother went to his first year of middle school dressed as a big goofy clown before realizing that no one else had dressed up. It was a long day for him.