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Youth Ministry Icebreakers

Guys or Girls Couch Mixer

February 5, 2014
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This is an awesome fun and easy set up for a mixer activity for your youth ministry. There is not much set up at all! The Goal: The goal of this activity is to have either 4 guys or 4 girls on the couch – once this happens – the activity is over and you […]

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33 Icebreakers for Youth Ministry

October 22, 2012
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33 Icebreakers for your Youth Ministry: Paper Airplane •Everyone makes a paper airplane and writes their name, something they like and dislike on it (You may also want to add additional questions). On cue, everyone throws their airplane around the room. If you find an airplane, pick it and keep throwing it for 1-2 minutes. […]

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Russian Roulette Balloon Pop

September 26, 2012
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This game is a great upfront game that builds some excitement and is a fun way to gather students and get your night started – either for regular youth night – or  a great event like Survivorz or Supernatural Event. Select 5 volunteers up to the stage. Have each volunteer sit in a chair on […]

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Guess Who I Am?

September 3, 2012
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This is a great mixer/ice breaker activity that you can do with your youth. Supplies: Name Tags and Markers How to play: Have everyone write their name on the name tag (legibly) and then collect all of the name tags. Then you are going to tell them that they are going to get a name […]

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That’s a Sweet Answer!

May 16, 2012
Sweets Game

I’ve played this game many times with great success. Give each member a few sweets (in wrappers e.g. smoothies), 4 or 5 should do. They should not eat the sweets. On your signal, members are to interact with each other. The catch is to try and get others to answer “yes”, “no” or “I don’t […]

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