Players exercise their creativity by crafting stories based on random emojis they are assigned. Use this game to teach about dealing with pain and sadness.
Do you prefer chocolate or vanilla? Summer or winter? Players choose their preferences by moving to either side of the room. Use this game to teach about peer pressure.
Play an advanced version of Simon Says, where pairs of players have to hold a balloon between their backs. Use this game to teach about submitting to authority.
Volunteers must overcome their fear and stick their hands inside a carton box to identify the mystery item it contains. Use this game to teach about fear, worry and anxiety.
Volunteers open boxes containing bizarre items and choose to either describe it truthfully or lie about what’s in the box. The audience votes on whether he’s telling the truth or not. Use this adaptation of a popular talk show game to teach about doubting faith.
In this minute-to-win-it game, players try to move cookies from their foreheads into their mouths using only their facial muscles; no hands allowed. Use this game to introduce the Bible story of Daniel in the Lions’ Den.
In this cup-and-ball game, players try to get Jonah into the mouth of a whale. Use this game to introduce the story of Jonah.
Make paper cup slingshots to shoot marshmallows or crushed paper balls at “Goliath”. Use this game to introduce the story of David and Goliath.
Blow up balloons and release the air to demolish walls made of paper cups. Use this game to introduce the story of Joshua and the battle of Jericho.
Play this fun and exciting variation of the Spoons card game to introduce a lesson about Joseph. The goal is to be the first to collect 4 of the same Single-colored Coat cards. And as soon as any player succeeds in doing this, don’t be the last to grab a Multi-colored Coat card from the center of the table!
Players try to identify the animal they have been assigned by asking yes or no questions. Great for all ages and for both small and large groups. This game can be used to introduce a lesson on Creation or Noah’s Ark.
Bible Pictionary is a classic game where your goal is to get your teammates to correctly identify what you have drawn. A timeless favorite.
Players take turns to share three statements about themselves and everyone else tries to guess which two statements are true and which is a lie. This no-prep ice-breaker game is ideal for adults and youths. You can also use this game to teach about false teachings or about honesty.
Players try to identify the Bible character they have been assigned by asking yes or no questions. Great for all ages and for both small and large groups. This game can also be used to introduce a lesson on our identity in Jesus Christ.
Try to keep the tower from crashing down as you take turns removing a block from the tower and placing it back at the top. Use this game to introduce or reinforce a Bible lesson on the Wise and Foolish Builders or the Tower of Babel.
In this Bible search game, teams race each another to find Bible verses that contain a given word. The team that finds the most verses wins.
Players are challenged to memorize 15 playing cards and their positions. A great game to learn about imitating Jesus.
Similar to the popular TV game show “The Price is Right”, players try to guess the price of various items. A great game to teach about what’s really valuable in this world.
This Bible memory game can be played as an introduction to a lesson on being part of a Christian community or Noah’s Ark.
Race to sink all your opponent’s ships before your own ships get sunk in this guessing game.
Played between 2 players or 2 teams, you can use this game in lessons on spiritual warfare or the armor of God.
A fun musical game that can be played at parties or as part of a lesson on peer pressure.
Set up standing dominoes in creative arrangements to achieve the best domino toppling effect. A great activity for lessons on perseverance and patience.
Play a game that requires taking turns to teach patience.
Use any jigsaw puzzle to teach patience.
This Bible science experiment using Mentos and soda creates a messy eruption that can teach us about joy in our lives and rejoicing in heaven.
This popular card game can be used in lessons on evangelism and missions as well as to teach kindness.
Fashion the most creative outfits with just toilet paper and masking tape. Use this game to teach about practical ways we can show kindness to others.
Carefully pick up one stick at a time without moving any other sticks. Use this game to teach about gentleness.
Sitting in a circle, each person says something nice to his/her neighbor. This simple activity provides an opportunity to practice using our speech to build others up.
Figure out the solutions to these river crossing puzzles and learn about kindness.
Blow up balloons until they pop! Use this game to teach about self-control and anger.
Challenge everyone to identify and erase wrong statements from a given list. This activity can be used in lessons on forgiveness and to teach that love keeps no record of wrongs.
Challenge one another to describe a given item in as many ways as possible. Just as an object can be described in so many different ways, 1 Corinthians 13 shows us that there are different aspects to love as well.
Play a game of Pass the Parcel before sharing the Gospel. Especially great for Christmas celebrations and other parties.
Play a game of Pass the Parcel before teaching about the importance of evangelism and missions.
Stack the presents as high as possible. A great evangelism game to introduce the greatest gift of all – Jesus.
What’s better than an ice-cold lemonade on a hot summer day? Make lemonades and learn about the biblical perspective of “when life gives you lemons, make lemonade”.
Teams compete to construct the tallest tower using newspapers and tape. Use this game to introduce or reinforce a Bible lesson on the Wise and Foolish Builders, Tower of Babel or the importance of being part of a church community.
Play this variation of Battleship to help everyone remember the Fruit of the Spirit. Played between 2 players or 2 teams, the first to harvest all nine fruit wins!
A great traditional party game for kids.
This fruit of the Spirit game is an activity that challenges your memory and helps you remember all 9 attributes of fruit of the Spirit.