fun games, activities, and group Bible discussions, participants will
learn that temptation is from Satan and can lead to sin. Participants
will also learn how to receive God's power to resist Satan's
Wants to be a Bibleaire?
This game was sent in by Deb High, a very committed and creative 7th and 8th
grade Sunday school teacher. Deb writes, "Here is a game I made which is a
take off from the millionaire game. In the Sunday school classroom I had 10
levels. At the third level they won a can of pop. At the 6th level and 10th
level a MacDonald's gift certificate. Of course you could work out anything for
the game. I also used 'lifelines', the kids could poll the class, use a 50/50,
and call on a friend in class.
Deb is a regular contributor to the Bible games page and I think this is
probably not her final answer! Deb, Thanks again for your hard work! (Click
the title to get the Bibleaire questions.)
to be a Christianaire?
(For Team Play!) 'Christianaire' was sent in by, Carol Baldridge, another dedicated subscriber to
the Sunday School Teacher's Network! Carol writes, "To play this
game you will need a set of multiple choice Bible questions, a chalk board and a
writing instrument. To set up the score boards you set up two of the following:
Life lines - V (Verse of scripture), C (eliminate Choices), R (Response from
another) Strikes - 1, 2, 3 (each team gets a chance for three misses before
ending the game) Score - 1-15 (we usually draw triangles with numbers in them)
Now to play the game: Multiple choice Bible questions are asked to each team
alternating between teams. A team may choose a lifeline, or answer the question.
If they miss the questions they score a strike and the question passes to the
next team. If they answer correctly, they score one of 15 points and the game
continues with the other team answering the next question. The game continues in
this fashion until one team scores three strikes or fifteen points. Note:
Playing this game does not indicate that you are, or are not, a Christian. It is
just a fun game to help educate one with Bible facts." (Thanks for sharing,
to be a Heaven-Heir?
church version of Who Wants to be a Millionaire? with three
categories of play.