The children will match Biblical names that refer to the same person or object.
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.
A spelling bee is used to help students remember key words used in Sunday school lessons.
The children will play a game that teaches them to recognize sin and “swat” it away!
Children swiftly dribble balls to solve Bible book names.
The children will help one another and practice showing thankfulness.
The children will guess the pictures to discover how to show thankfulness.
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.
The children will create tall structures to learn about one of God's special names.
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.
The children will race to separate true and false statements regarding the Promised Helper.
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 children will have fun walking through a maze and discover that life is better when we allow God to direct our steps.
The world may be full of distractions, but when we turn to God, He will help us along the way.