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Youth Group Games

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10 Youth Group Christmas Game Ideas

This time of year is nice because you can differ from the “regular” games and switch it up with some Christmas ones. Here are 10 Christmas game ideas to make your season hilarious.

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Youth Ministry Game: Poison

Warning: This could be the youth ministry game your kids will never stop playing. Poison is an old school ministry game with only one prop but packed with to...

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TEAM BUILDING GAME - HULA HOOPS POOL RELAY

Indoor game ideas. An original Instructional Video for team building.

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Youth Group Game: River Bank

Looking for a quick, fun youth group game for large or small groups? This will do the trick. Here's the link to my new camp devotions Getting Real With Jesus...

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50 No Prep Youth Group Games

Need youth group games? We have 50 of them, and they are all no prep youth group games! Perfect for groups as little as 3 and as big as 100. Check out these 50 no prep youth group games that are not dodgeball!

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Youth Ministry Game: Shuffle Your Buns

Chairs + Teens = Fun. This is shuffle your buns, where one person stands in the middle and tries to grab a seat as those who seated move to keep all their se...

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15 Crazy Fun Indoor Games for Teens

These fun indoor games for teens are easy to set up, don't cost a lot and are teen-tested and approved! Most of them use common household items too.

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The Land Mine Game

This was a new game we tried this year. A land mine field is set up in an open space. (We taped wadded up balls of newspaper to the gym floor.) Partners are selected. One person is blindfolded. The other person uses voice only prompts to get their partner from one end of the land mine field to the other without "tripping" any of the mines. Once across the field, partners switch rolls for the trip back to the other side. Everybody is lined up and ready to go. Paige gives Dad directions, forgetting that with a blindfold on, he cannot actually see which leg she is pointing at. "One step?" asks Ashley. Laura, ever the trendsetter, models her fantastic new headwear. Cadence gets a ride through the minefield. I don't know if I'd recommend trusting her with my life, Little C! :-) Dave tries to get his ears as close as possible to the little voice at the other end of the field that is yelling directions to him. Step very very carefully! Ashley looks like she's getting ready to take a mighty leap. The spectator section It appears that Kevin and Steve are holding hands on this most dangerous of journeys. And now for a couple of "camera's rolling" shots... At the end of it all, we decided that a few rule revisions might be necessary if we play this game again in the future, but we think everyone enjoyed it. The kids thought it was especially great. I think they could have led each other through the obstacle course all night! And it turned out that being able to see right where you were going underneath your blindfold didn't make the game any less fun. ;-)

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