Action packed Christian Games to support your Bible lessons and help teach kids the Word of God. More Information
Children play musical chairs for a chance to discover how special they are to Jesus and how much He loves them.
Children scramble to show how quickly they can follow God.
Children pretend they are Saul after becoming blind on the road to Damascus, and try to find Ananias.
Children learn the Christmas story by playing an interactive guessing game.
A game similar to "Pin the tail on the donkey," instead the children have fun helping Paul become strong in his faith by giving him the cross.
God will be our guide when we choose to follow close to Him.
Children will be tickled to know they are included in Abraham’s count.
Children try to run into the City of David before getting caught.
Children are introduced to the keys for obtaining wisdom through interactive play.
Children search for the correct color as they remember the steps for preaching the Gospel.
A colorful game that will have the kids scrambling for a seat on Noah's Ark.
A simple little game where children work together to quickly share a piece of color.
Children imagine what it would be like to cross the red sea in this fast paced game
Children get to participate in crowning the new king.
Children eagerly move around the room trying to find their matching animal.
Like the familiar game "Mother May I?" but with a Biblical twist.
A simple, fast-paced, happy game to help kids share the love of Jesus
Children quickly get dressed to show how they can listen and be ready for when Jesus returns.
Children learn the importance of putting on the full Armor of God, as they would dress warmly for a cold winter's day.
Fun for kids of all ages, where recognizing the three persons of the trinity keeps you in the game.
The children will have fun playing a fun, musical game similar to a cakewalk.
Children search all around the classroom to find the lost lambs and bring them back to God.
An action game that will have children flying around the room.
In this version of “Simon Says,” children must carefully watch for Jesus before following any command.
Children learn what it means to be fishers of men, with this classic card game.
In this game, children find Saul as he tries to hide behind some baggage, and learn that bravery means answering the call of God.
A fun game similar to Simon Says that will help the children learn to put Jesus first.
Children are introduced to good habits in this fun guessing game.
A fun game that helps children recognize that God created each of us in a very special way
Children pretend to pick up grain like Ruth to learn how good it is to work for the Lord.
Children learn the nine characteristics of the Fruit of the Spirit while playing a fun, interactive game.
A relay race game to help the children understand what it means to hunger and thirst for righteousness.
A guessing game to encourage friendship between classmates.
A game of fast action and agility. Hurry, or you will be out of the game.
Even when we are unable to see, we can still know Jesus is there for us.
A simple fun game for younger children as they pretend to be Joseph.
Being an obedient child of God is an everyday thing. We need to keep it up!
Children see the difference between keeping alert while watching for the Lord and being unprepared for His return.
Children will have fun learning about different ways to celebrate God.
Two teams identify characteristics of Mary and Martha to win this game.
Children scramble to find the lost sheep
A thrilling game of finding the lost sheep to remind the children how the Good Shepherd watches over His flock.
God so loved the world, He sent His only son. We can run, but can't escape God's love.
Children memorize Bible phrases regarding God’s love.
Children increase their knowledge of God and improve their memory skills.
A fun game of catch to show how God can provide in miraculous ways.
Teams race to get packed so they can move to their new destination.
Children make colorful drawings of their own feet to use in a game that helps them remember the story of Ruth when she lay down at the feet of Boaz.
In this version of “Simon Says,”
dogs bark and beg, cats meow and lick their paws, and ducks quack and waddle
A fun game that can be used to tell the story of Noah's ark.
A good energy burner that teaches an important lesson.
Leadership changes hands quickly in this action packed game.
A game to see how quickly the children can gather manna and quail, like the Israelites did when God provided for them in the wilderness.
A new spin on a old game. Are the kids as brave as David?
A crazy fast paced game where Pharaoh hopelessly tries to catch all the frogs.
A fun game that helps children recognize different colors and improves their listening skills
Children play a simple memory game to show that prayer and fasting are powerful ways to prepare for spiritual battle.
Children pretend a giant earthquake rumbles and crumbles the jail where Paul and Silas are held as prisoners.
A fun yet simple game for younger children about searching for baby Jesus.
Children scramble to be the one with a balloon, or become eliminated from Gideon's army.
Children race to be the first team to store up seven years of grain.
In this simple race, the children will have fun showing their crawling skills and working as a team to reach the finish line.
Children pretend Saul is chasing David as David runs for his life!
Can the good shepherd catch the wolf in time to save the sheep?
A game where teams use a little skill and a mat to get the job done.
A challenging game to see who can keep the quietest.
Children will play a game to remind them to be wise builders and build their lives around Jesus.
A fun Thanksgiving game for young children that involves patience and teamwork.
Children are guided to find a hidden cross
Servants race to fill the water jars for Jesus.
Children try to guess what another child wants to be when he or she grows up.
Finding Saul may be tricky. In this game, children learn that God always knows where they are and they need not be afraid.
A giant floor game to teach children that above all else, they should have love.