Party Games

This is page 3 of my Christian party games. Make sure you check out my other two pages to get all the ideas you need to choose the games to play at your Christian party! I list tons of D.I.Y Christian games, plus lots of other for easy pick-and-click to purchase convenience. Just browse through these great Christian ideas to find the games that best match your party style. Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.


Bible / Christiam Party Games

This game is a blast! First you’ll need to pick out the bible verses that you want to use for the game, the more the better. Next, type up all of the bible verses leaving out a word from each verse. Print them out. Then you write all the missing words onto individual index cards, make two cards for every missing word. You can add extra index cards with random words to throw them off the trail.

Tape all the index cards onto the wall. Have all the participants stand on the other side of the room. Read out one of the verses and call out two people’s names. They must run to the other side and find the missing word as fast as they can and rush it back to the start.

Bible / Christiam Party Games

Late For the Sky began producing BIBLEOPOLY in 1991. It quickly became one of the most popular Christian games of all time. It has very unique game play. The object of the game is to be the first player to build a church in one of the Bible cities. In BIBLEOPOLY, you cannot win by destroying your opponents, you can only be the winner by assisting the fellow players. This act of cooperation is what allows you to gain the things necessary to build your church and be a winner. Another great addition to your Christian party games.

For 2 to 6 players ages 8 and up.

Bible / Christiam Party Games

Here’s a free bible bingo game for you. It’s a fun D.I.Y game to learn some new bible verses or brush up on the ones you already know. You’ll need to print out some blank bingo cards, you can find these free by googling “blank bingo cards”.

TO PREPARE: you’ll need to choose 30-40 bible verses that you would like to use. Then choose a unique word from each of them (one that will not be found in the other verses you picked out) and make a list of all the chosen words, and another list of the word AND the verse. Print out enough lists with just the words for every player (or enough for them to share) . The list with verses and words is for the bingo caller.

TO PLAY: Pass out a blank bingo card to every player. Have them fill in the blank spaces with words off the list. The middle spot is a free spot. Now call out a verse book and number.

Everyone must hurry to look it up in their bible, read the verse and see if it has any words in it that they have on their card. If they do they can mark it with a penny (or similar). The first person to get five in a row calls out Bingo and is the winner.

Bible / Christiam Party Games

This is a fun game for younger children. Print out individual pictures of a bunch of different animals, two of each. Hide one of each pair around the playing area. Divide the rest of the among the players.  It is their job to find the other animal to match each picture in their hand and rush them back to the ark (this can be anything, such as a table, or room).

This is a non competitive game, once someone has found all of their matches they can help any of their friends find theirs. You can also purchase a game of memory (animal edition) to use instead of having to find and print out each animal. You can usually find them for five or six dollars at Wal-Mart.  

Bible / Christiam Party Games

It’s the classic game of password. Before the game write down tons of bible words onto slips of paper. Words such as Ark, saved, Moses, temple, sacrifice, cross, apostle, etc.. Fold all the passwords up and put them in a bowl.

To play divide group into pairs. One pair goes at a time. One person from that pair picks a word. They must say one word to try and get the other player to guess the password, of course they can’t say the password or any derivatives of it. After their partner makes a guess, they can offer another one word clue. They keep doing this until the person guesses the password.

They must try and get their partner to guess as many passwords as they can in a two minute period (have a timer). The team will score 1 point for every password they get guess. They can pass on a password if they think it’s too hard, or their partner just can’t guess it, but this will deduct 1 point from their score. Have each team take turns, and alternate the guesser and the guessee after every round.

Bible / Christiam Party Games

Come up with plenty of bible related clues that can be depicted in drawing. Some examples:

  • Moses parting the red sea
  • David and Goliath
  • The Last Supper
  • Daniel in the Lions Den

Have one person draw for their team at a time. They have one minute to get their team to guess the clue. If the group is younger give two minutes. If the team guesses correctly then they receive a point. If not the other team gets one guess to steal the point. After the next team takes their turn.

Alternate between teams. Play as many rounds as you want, or play first team to 10 points.

Bible / Christiam Party Games

People everywhere are speaking a strange language: they're mad gabbing! Your team has 30 seconds to solve three word puzzles that relate to people and events that appear in the Bible. Think you can do it? First one: Day Leo Fur Rings. Hmm... sound it out. Oh, it's daily offerings! Get two more within the time limit and you get a point. But beware: if you miss, the other team has a chance to steal! The first team to get 25 points wins the game. This is a perfect addition to your Christian party games. Comes with 1,200 Bible Mad Gab puzzles on 300 cards, timer, flipper, labels, scorepad, and instructions. For 2 to 12 players in team ages 10 and up



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