I need a cool christian game to play with high school students?

Question by Bekah H: I need a cool christian game to play with high school students?
Im an officer for Fellowship of Christian Athletes and i need a cool game to play with the members. there tends to be between 15 and 35. it’s crazy, i know. but i need to find a game quick.

I hope y’all have some ideas!

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Answer by Lord of Numa
Beer Pong. Guaranteed to be an instant hit.

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9 Responses to “I need a cool christian game to play with high school students?”

  1. Scott J says:

    lol pin the tail on jesus

  2. Alex G says:

    Have yall tryed that Christain guitar hero sort of like game…

  3. Lynn A says:

    We play 3 minute testimonies at our Girl’s Night Out. You would be surprised how quickly you can give your testimony.

  4. Miss Know It All says:

    Bible Bee! answer questions pertaining to bible, if u get it wrong u sit down.
    There used to be this software program i was forced to play as a child called Bible Baseball, instead of hitting with a bat, ur character would answer questions.

  5. Meghan says:

    we alwas play a game where everyone stands in a circle and someone is in the middle and says another persons name, and the people around them say bang and try to “kill” that person, and if that person ducks, they are safe, but the people on both sides try to get the other shooter out. and if you are really dramatic, you can stay alive. its really fun we do it all the time! hope it helped

  6. JD_88 says:

    some games we do with our youth group is blowing up ballons for everyone then trying string around your ankle and the other end to the ballon. then the last person with a ballon wins.
    another is you get everyone to get a partner then you make two circles splitting up the groups. the 2 circles are inside each other. ( the circles should be large) then you get one circle to walk one way then the other circle to walk the other way. then you yell something and they have to find their partner and do the action you say. the last group done is out. try those

  7. FLmom3 says:

    I don’t know if this will help but we have a game called Bible Scattergories that you can purchase at a Christian bookstore or online. You could divide the kids into teams to play it. If you can’t get that, then I would do some of the ideas that others suggested such as relay races or Bible trivia questions.

  8. Nubicon8 says:

    Never have I ever -confessional edition-

  9. J-Dawn says:

    Any kind of icebreaker game would work.

    Who Am I?
    Pre-make tags with each tag having the name of a person from the Bible (or whatever). These tags will be placed on the back of each guest as they arrive. This is done without them knowing who they are. They are to go around the room asking questions as to who they might be. Questions like “am I a male?” They can only ask one yes or no question and make only one guess as to Who they are with each person that they talk to, then they have to move on to another person. They can come visit previous players once they’ve visited another player.

    The group clumps up tightly and each person takes two hands (cannot be of the same person). They then have to work themselves into a circle without breaking hands.

    2 Truths & a Lie
    People write down two truths about themselves and a lie. Then introduce the three “facts” to the rest of the group who tries to guess which one is a lie.

    Fear in a Hat
    Group members write personal fears anonymously on pieces of paper which are collected. Then each person randomly selects and reads someone else’s fear to the group and explains how the person might feel. Fosters interpersonal empathy.

    In a circle, people look at ground, then on “heads up” look into someone else’s eyes. If 2 people are looking at each other, they scream and are both out. Continue to see who is last – hilarious.


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