Posts Tagged ‘guys’

Up Front Games: Stud Walk

Contributed by: Phil Trotter

Take 3 guys out of the room. One at a time tell them to walk in with music playing with their studliest strut while the crowd is clapping and cheering. Each one is to sit down between two girls on a make shift couch (consisting of two chairs and a blanket). There is no chair in the middle where he... See more

Up Front Games: Baby Burp

Contributed by: Phil Trotter

Three girls put a towel around three guys, sit them on their lap and feed them a baby bottle of fizzy drink. Then make them burp. The first guy to burp wins. See more

All play: Make Me Laugh

Group sits in a circle and a volunteer in the middle selects someone whom they will try to get to laugh. If they fail, they move on to someone else. If they get the person to laugh, that person is ‘in’ and swaps places with them. Now it’s their turn to make someone else in the circle... See more

Senior Youth: Relationships and Sex in the Bible

Contributed by: Phil Trotter

God’s Word has a lot to say about sex and relationships. Use the verses below to help discussion on the questions attached to each heading.
No Shame
Genesis 2:18-2
Who created sexuality?
The Big Picture
Matthew 19:4-6
What are the two other important ingredients to... See more

Community Builders: R.E.L.A.T.I.O.N.S.H.I.P.S.

Contributed by: Phil Trotter

Find words that start with each of the letters in the word "Relationships" to describe the qualities of a good friendship. See more

Community Builders: Guys vs. Girls on Relationships

Contributed by: Phil Trotter

Make two sets of cards with the following words. Give one to a group of girls, the other to a group of guys. Ask each to pick the three words that are most important to them in relationships. Then have each group explain their selections to the other... See more

Community Builders: Guys & Girls

Contributed by: Phil Trotter

Split the group into guys and girls – give the girls a copy of the “Girls Only” questions; give the boys the "Guys Only" ones. Each group spends 20-30 minutes on their own, then they share their answers with each other.
Girls Only
Guys:
Think about the guys in your life: What are... See more