More Bible Games Tuesday, Jul 14 2009 

As promised here is a list of all the Bible games I found in the teacher workroom at church. Again, these are fun, easy, and inexpensive to make.

1. Bible Men (Kites)
2. Let’s Make a Prophet!
3. Crown the King!
4. Here Come the Judges!
5. Samson
6. Faithful Daniel

7. Mighty Moses
8. Bible Men (Owls)
9. Floating Along (Noah)
10. Bible Lands

11. Israel
12. Beautiful Dreamer (Joseph)

13. A Job for job
14. Called by God (Abraham)
15. David, Friend of God

16. In His Hands (Creation)
17. Let My People Go! (Plagues in Egypt)
18. God’s Men
19. Bible Women

20. Children
21. Rightly Dividing (Old and New Testament)
22. Mountain Movers (Hall of Faith)
23. Christ the King
24. Fishers of Men (Apostles)
25. Bee-Atitudes

26. He’s Alive! (Jesus’ Lastweek)

27. Church Leaders
28. Mighty Miracles
29. The Churches of Christ Salute You (Early church & history)

I’ve included a handful of pics to give you an idea of what these games look like. If you would like the questions and pics of any game on this list please send me an email to lissieb7 at gmail dot com. I’ll be happy to send these along to you for your own use.


Bible Games! Saturday, Jul 11 2009 

If you have visited my little bible blog in the past, then you already know that we have started a new curriculum at our church. This has involved sorting through whatever supplies are already available and reorganizing. This is still very much a work in progress. Everything has been moved into an unused classroom while the Teacher supply/workroom was being painted. Things are still a bit of a mess. However, while digging around I found some wonderful games that had been made about 20-30 years ago. These needed some repair work, but are quite easy to make and use. Each one was made on a sheet of posterboard and uses 10-12 questions. The questions are on the large piece of posterboard. The answers are seperate. The student matches the question with the answer using magnets. Don’t worry. I do have a couple of pictures to help this make more sense.

As you can see the games are themed and a simple pocket on the back holds the key and the answers. I found one for The Beautitudes using bumblebees and one for the early church using church buildings and steeples. These games are quite visual and fun. The magnets had come off many of them. This was easy enough to fix. Magnet strips with adhesive can be purchased. E-6000 adhesive also works well to glue the magnets. I am teaching a Survey of the New Testament, so I only pulled out and repaired the New Testament games. I did find some Old Testament games such as Joseph and Judges as well as Men and Women of the Bible. These can be made easily enough and for a variety of themes. I will take a few minutes tomorrow after church to make a list of all the games that are currently in existence (I hope to make a Paul game in the coming weeks) and will make this list available to you. If you would like a picture and/or copy of the questions used you can email me at lissieb7 at I will get this information to you as quickly as possible. Please visit again as I will be posting about other games and visuals we will be using. I recently looked through some bulletin board books that my aunt had in storage and found some ideas to use as visual aids. As I get things made, I will post and share pics. This new curriculum is fun and at the same time challenging. If anyone has any thoughts or ideas on teaching concepts from the epistles please share. I would love to hear from you.