Action packed Christians games that are both fun and challenging to support your Bible lessons and help teach kids the Word of God. More information
This game shows the importance of prayer and fasting to prepare for the battle of winning souls for Christ.
A review game of wits, skill and good aim.
Children have fun removing sin from their side of the battle field.
Children scramble to win the race and recall specific books of the Bible.
A fun fast paced game, that builds memorization skills.
Children race to crumple/uncrumple answers of Bible locations.
A lively review game similar to the Jeopardy Game Show on television.
Here are some true or false questions of moderate difficulty to use for playing many Bible trivia games.
A fun Thanksgiving game for kids that involves patience, teamwork and using the Bible.
Children memorize scripture by constructing a tower.
In life, we will encounter burdens. In this game, you try to give your burden to somebody else.
A game that introduces children to God's unchanging attributes.
Fast paced action as children chase the names of Bible characters
What would you do with a hundred dollars? Kids discover the difference between earthly and heavenly treasures while having a little fun.
First game in a series designed to help kids memorize the books of the Bible.
The second game in the series, designed to challenge the children's knowledge of the twelve Apostles.
A fun game to help the kids discover how their classmates celebrate the Christmas holidays.
Like the Israelites wandered in the desert for 40 years, this review game will have the children going forwards and backwards until they reach their destination.
Children's Sunday school games - Do it for Jesus
Children complete a verse from the Beatitudes with what's behind one of three doors.
A team-based review game for the lesson series on Joshua
Fun for kids of all ages, where recognizing the three persons of the trinity keeps you in the game.
A fast-paced game that introduces children to the first miracle performed by Jesus.
Similar to the classic game "Follow the Leader" but a bit more challenging.
Use this popular sport to help the kids review what they have learned.
Children's Sunday school games - Friend Search
Children match Bible characters with the plan God had for each of their lives.
Children have fun trying to duplicate a pattern of blocks hearing only verbal commands. The unseen Holy Spirit guides us in truth, if only we listen.
Teams compete to see whose missionary will be able to build a church first.
An active group game that helps children learn the books of the Bible.
Kids love this energy burning game. It can be adjusted to fit many different topics and themes.
A child selected to be king will judge the abilities of the other kids to describe a situation that is pleasing to God. If accepted by the king, they can enter his pretend kingdom.
How do you prepare for the return of Jesus? Teams are challenged to match ideas.
Teams race to be the first Good Shepherds to make their sheep lie down in green pastures. (Psalm 23:2)
Children's Sunday school games - Line of Perseverance
Can you recognize the voice of God? A fun game to see how well you can listen for the master's voice and know the Will of God.
Two teams are challenged to come up with different ways they can live to serve Jesus
Children scramble to find the lost items.
How well will your team show Godly love? Let the judges decide.
Jesus chose His disciples and made them fishers of men. We too can become fishers of men for Jesus.
Children make a mad dash to match Miracles with Bible verses.
Children get creative to learn about the mission and purpose God had for John the Baptist.
Children advance to the finish only by imitating the actions of familiar characters.
Children have fun playing a different version of Pin The Tail On The Donkey, which helps them remember the account of Jesus healing a blind man.
In this version of “Simon Says,”
dogs bark and beg, cats meow and lick their paws, and ducks quack and waddle
Kids show how much they remember in this review game by being on the first team to speed a car across the finish line.
A fun Bible memory game that helps put the Word of God into our hearts.
Don't be the last one to get the Apostle Paul over the wall in a basket.
A fun fast paced game, that builds memorization skills and team work.
A game to show how rewarding it is when we completely follow God's instructions.
A fun game to play while learning more about our relationship with Jesus.
A mind challenging funny game to see how people easily follow what others do.
In this game, children learn how easy it is to put themselves first and learn the importance of humility.
A new spin on an old game. Are the kids as brave as David?
No one can tame the tongue. It is a restless evil full of deadly poison (James 3: 8)
This noisy and lively game will help the children learn the nine attributes of the Fruit of the Spirit.
Children learn firsthand how difficult it was for some people to believe the message John the Baptist preached.
A game of fashion, speed, and spiritual renewal.
A lively, fun, and fast-paced game where preparation produces a winning team
while teaching children to be prepare for the return of Jesus.
An interesting variation of the classic children's game "Red Light, Green Light"
A game that shows the importance of sharing your faith.
No matter where we run or try to hide, God knows where we are, because He is right there with us.
Children have fun collecting bright shining stars while learning how they too can shine for Jesus.
Children will have fun learning about different ways to serve God.
A scramble to trade hearts with the other kids so everyone has the right colors.
Teams try to capture the most points by quickly drawing and guessing familiar words from the Bible story about Paul and the shipwreck, found in Acts 27.
In this game, similar to "Red Light, Green Light," the children will have fun showing their crawling skills while learning about the Lord's Army.
A game that introduces the concept of spiritual warfare.
A fast paced game that teaches children the importance of staying spiritually alert.
A game of cooperation to show how staying connected can be a lot of fun, and how being connected to the Lord is essential for producing good fruit.
Children swiftly dribble balls to solve Bible book names.
If you win this game, the prize is sweeter than candy.
This memory challenge will test the children's skills by having them identify a missing commandment. When they finally do, it will be a real treat.
According to Jesus there is a narrow road that leads to life, but only few enter through its gate.
Children guess the price of several items and discover the real price for Heaven.
A colorful review game reflective of the covenant God made with Noah.
A question and answer game with varying degrees of difficulty to demonstrate the value of redemption.
A tricky and competitive challenge to help the children review what they have learned.
A different spin on an old children’s game with a Christian life application
How do we show our lazy side? In this game, excuses for being lazy can have consequences.
Kids use their throwing skills to earn chances to answer questions about Jesus and the cross.
A challenging game that teaches children how to speak other languages.
A fun game that can be used for many different lessons.
The world may be full of distractions, but when we turn to God, He will help us along the way.
A game that shows how we can have confidence that God is talking to us through His Scriptures.
Children race to solve puzzles, answer questions, and obey the rules.
A fun board game for two teams. Players help a small child left behind at camp get
home while discovering what it costs to get to our heavenly home.
Children use actions and descriptions to get their teammates to guess what they are doing.
Like the old "What's my line" game. Children guess the talent of a special guest
Children race against time and other teams to correctly decipher who I am.
Wisdom is more precious than rubies, and nothing you desire can compare with her (Proverbs 8:11).
Children run to demonstrate their knowledge of wisdom as described in James 3:17.