Fun Religious Party Games for Christians

Are you searching for fun religious party games to play? Do you have an approaching church picnic or a church social and want to plan some fun Christian activities for the group. The following Christian party games may be just the ticket to providing engaging Christian fun.

1. Bible Treasure Hunt

In this religious party game you will need to prepare several bible versa beforehand. Use your computer to type up the bible versa and make sure you include the book and verse where it can be found in the bible, for every verse leave out one word. Use the missing word as hints to where you will hide the next clue. For example, let's say the missing word from the verse is fish. The group will look up the verse in the bible and fill in the missing blank with the word fish. They then know that the word fish is the hint that will lead them to their next clue, which they will find if they look under the fish tank. The clue there will lead them to another and another until they finally reach the end.

2. Verse Hunt

This is another fun religious party game you can play to practice important versions of the bible. Choose one verse, the longer the verse the more of a challenge. Write each word of the verse on an individual index card. If you are going to play in teams then you will need to make a separate set for each team using a different colored set of index cards. Hide all the index cards through the playing area. Each team must find all the index cards in their teams color and be the first to put them together in the correct order.

3. The Real McCoy

This is a funny game to play that involves pretending to be one of the figures from the bible. The more you know about them, the better you will be.

To Play: One player should be chosen to be the "Detective." The rest of the group will present the detective with a dilemma. The dilemma is that they are all claiming to be the same figure from the bible, and only one of them can be the real McCoy. The detective's job is to ask questions to each individual about the person they think they are and discover who the real McCoy is.

For example, the group will decide that they all believe themselves to be Moses. The detective must ask each "Moses" one question at a time in order to figure out if they are the real Moses. They do not have to be yes or no questions. If a person answers incorrectly, or if the question was one that the person did not know about Moses – another player (who knows the answer) yells "Fraud, I'm the real Moses!" The player who made the incorrect statement is out for the rest of that round, and the player who called him a fraud must answer the question correctly.

Twice in each round the detective is allowed to use a fraud check. This is when the detective can ask the group to raise their hand if they believe another person has just answered a question as the true Moses would have (correctly). The detective may choose to do this when he / she knows a person has answered a question wrong, but nobody else calls out "fraud". She / he can also use this tactic if the question was answered truthfully but they want to see if others will agree. Anyone who answers a detectives "fraud check" wrong is out for the rest of the round. The game continues until only one person is left. They are deemed the real McCoy and may be the next detective. Play another round with a new biblical figure to keep the fun going.

These are just a few free Christian party games. There are many more fun religious party games for you, your friends and family to play and enjoy.



Source by Laura Riggs

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