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This game is a variation of the old faithful "Hot/Cold" game. One person is chosen to be "it" and asked to leave the room so they can't hear or see what is going on in the room. Take about 1 minute and pick an action as a group for "it" to do when he/she returns. (A Jumping Jack, Pick...
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MAIN POINT: This game starts as a good intro to a discussion about hearing/recognizing God's voice when He speaks.Preparation: Gather plenty of media clips of various celebrities or famous personalities.Get audio clips of different people that youth may know, such as singers, actors, entertainers, etc. For example, play an audio clip of George Bush and then ask the audience...
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This is a great upfront/audience game that gets everyone involved but without complete chaos!Buy play money or print off monopoly money. Print off one page then you can use your church's printer for the rest.Give one bill to every person who comes that night, right when they come in. When you’re ready to play, call some people up to...
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Read portions of the poem, “’Twas The Night Before Christmas” like a Mad Lib. Ask your audience for words (parts of speech). Use a grease board to write words on. Have a sharp student come up and read the new “poem”. FYI: You will need – total nouns, - plural nouns, - adjectives, - verbs, and 2 past tense...
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Have someone give a line from a popular movie. The first person to say the movie title the line is from gets to share a line from a movie. Same thing until you've had enough.This game is fun once you get going. Just tell students to have a line in mind because it becomes boring when someone takes 5...
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