Hidden Messages Scavenger Hunt
21 May 2009
MALL SCAVENGER HUNT Goal: To open teens’ eyes to the positive and negative messages in media around them! Need: Multiple digital cameras (1 per group of 5 youth), powerpoint Bring your youth to a local mall. Split them in teams of three or more. It’s..
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A Welcoming Environment: Do You Have One?
16 July 2013
When we look to talk about the most effective way to impact students’ lives, the conversation usually goes toward discipleship. Well, that makes sense—we all want to go for depth, not width. Discipleship is an easy principle to grab onto: looking at how you can..
How Ya Doin’?
17 December 2007
Have kids stand shoulder-to-shoulder in a circle. Give each person a blindfold to put on. When everyone is blindfolded, have the players count off and remember their numbers (If you have more than fifteen players, have them form two groups.) When the players are circled..
The World’s Longest
18 February 2009
Guinness Record Trivia about the world’s longest stuff. I used this to open up our series on fasting since students think that going one day without eating is like the world’s longest starvation.
The 3: Go-To Games (Kurt)
28 May 2013
Crisis! You’ve got 10 minutes to come up with a great youth ministry game for your students. What do you do? Chances are, you reach into your back pocket and pull out an old standby game that works time and time again. Here are a..