The Humongous Book of Games for Children’s Ministry

The Humongous Book of Games for Children’s Ministry

$29.99

Have big-time fun making key Bible points! In this whopping collection, you’ll find just the right game for every lesson or ministry need. 220 games to super-size the Fun in Your Ministry! Always have a great big-fun game at your fingertips for any area of children’s ministry, daycare, or after-school programming! From creative children’s workers comes this tried-and-true colossal collection!

Why just tell kids about David and Goliath and have them color a handout when you could play… Human Slingshot where kids link arms to make “slings” and launch paper “rocks” at a nine-foot high target (and then have a great discussion about the story)?

The Humongous Book of Games for Children’s Ministry

Have big-time fun making key Bible points! In this whopping collection, you’ll find just the right game for every lesson or ministry need. 220 games to super-size the Fun in Your Ministry! Always have a great big-fun game at your fingertips for any area of children’s ministry, daycare, or after-school programming! From creative children’s workers comes this tried-and-true colossal collection!

Why just tell kids about David and Goliath and have them color a handout when you could play… Human Slingshot where kids link arms to make “slings” and launch paper “rocks” at a nine-foot high target (and then have a great discussion about the story)?

  • Inclusive games — no one is left out, there are no losers, all players win — learning friendship, teamwork, and the Bible point.
  • Games are arranged by three age groups: preschool, lower elementary, and upper elementary.
  • Preschool games for Esther are “Who Will Lead?” and “The King’s Sceptor”, and for the topic, Following Jesus, are “Herding the Sheep”, “Come Along” and “Stop, Drop, and Follow”.
  • Lower elementary groups can play “Unseen Presence” or “The River Bend” for the topic, Faith, or they might play “Worry Whirl” for the topic, School.
  • Upper elementary ages might play “Outsmart the Crushers” for the topic, Joy, and “True-False Tag” to reinforce a Truthfulness lesson.
  • Preparation is simple, with few, easy-to-find game props (Bible, crayons, paper plates, or nothing at all). Imagination is the primary equipment!
  • The game plan includes follow-up discussion, questions for thought, or suggestions for Bible reading.
  • Every game features all-out wild fun but also makes a key Bible point.
  • Energy level index and Scripture index for all games!