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Object Lesson – Chewing On God"��s Word By: KenSapp | Feb 1st 2015 – God"��s Word, unlike Bubble Gum, never loses it flavor. And once we"��ve meditated or chewed on it a while, we be.e more flexible and useful to God. He can stretch us and fill us and use us. Tags: Thanksgiving Object Lesson "�" 5 Kernels Of Corn By: KenSapp | Nov 25th 2014 – The cornucopia, also known in English as the Horn of Plenty, is a symbol of prosperity and affluence, dating back to the 5th century BC. It was often filled with the fruits of the harvest which included corn, fruits, and other vegetables. Tags: Object Lesson – Turkey Feathers Of Thanksgiving By: KenSapp | Nov 19th 2014 – The games in this lesson use feathers, not only because they are associated with Thanksgiving, but also because there are places in the Bible where God is .pared to a protective bird who covers us with his wings. Tags: Object Lesson – Masked? By: KenSapp | Oct 27th 2014 – It’s not just Halloween that people wear masks. If we are honest with ourselves, most of us put on masks from time to time. We put on a mask any time we are not honest with others or don’t want to reveal some aspect of who we are. Anytime we try to make ourselves .e across as something we are not, we are putting on a mask … Tags: Object Lesson – Candy Corn Choices By: KenSapp | Oct 21st 2014 – How do we decide what things are good for us in our Christian life? The most difficult decisions are often not between what is good and bad, but between what is permissible and what is beneficial to us. Tags: Object Lesson – Clay In The Potter"��s Hands By: KenSapp | Sep 30th 2014 – A Lump of clay is chosen with a purpose in mind. The potter envisions a vessel that will be useful to its final owner and a credit to the potter’s craftsmanship and experience. The potter applies pressure to the clay in different ways shaping and forming it until the final product he imagined is realized. The Bible te … Tags: Bruised Bananas "�" Object Lessons From A Banana By: KenSapp | Sep 24th 2014 – Bananas are enjoyed all around the world. They are full of goodness, but they are easily bruised and can quickly turn to mush. Like many fruits, they can be extremely sweet and a delight. But they can also be easily bruised and turn rotten. They make a great object lessons on how we look at the outside to judge the inside a … Tags: Object Lesson – Teddy Bear Faith By: KenSapp | Sep 16th 2014 – When you were younger did you have a teddy bear or another cherished possession? Did you hold it, talk to it, hug it close? Did it .fort you, give you courage? If you couldn"��t find it, did you turn everything upside down looking for it? Teddy Bears remind us of a childlike faith. They remind us of the sense of security … Tags: Object Lesson – Lego Instructions For The Christian Life By: KenSapp | Sep 9th 2014 – LEGOs are one of those toys that are universally loved around the world by all ages. They are simple building blocks in a variety of shapes and colors, but with a little creativity and imagination they can be put together in unlimited .binations to create masterpieces. They are a great metaphor for each of us in the body … Tags: Object Lesson – Spiritually Measuring Up By: KenSapp | Sep 2nd 2014 – It’s back to school time. Time to get all your school supplies and meet new friends. These games all have a ruler as the central prop and serve as a discussion start for measuring up to God’s standards. I remember the days of using a ruler to create a growth chart on the door frame. But how do we measure our growth as Chris … Tags: Object Lesson – Spiritual Tag By: KenSapp | Aug 19th 2014 – Our spiritual walk is in many ways like a game of tag. Tags: Object Lesson – Beach Ball Goals By: KenSapp | Aug 6th 2014 – Beach balls are great for the beach, but you don’t need to be at the beach to play these games. The final game explores both personal spiritual goals and goals for the church youth group. Tags: Object Lesson – Flying Disc-iples By: KenSapp | Jul 30th 2014 – These games are all played with a flying disc which also goes by the brand name ‘Frisbee." Tags: Object Lesson For Kids – Spiritual Sponges By: Josh Goh | Jun 24th 2014 – Some of us have hard hearts and unlike a sponge, things just stay on the surface and never affect us while other have receptive hearts to God. When we are under pressure, we truly get to see what is in a person’s heart. These games are great for a little wet time during the hot summer and provide a nice illustration for the … Tags: Object Lesson – Watermelon Seed Christians By: KenSapp | Jun 18th 2014 – Watermelons are almost synonymous with summer – cool, refreshing, and great on a hot summer day. Watermelons can also be used for a variety of fun, and sometimes messy games, though the cost could be a bit prohibitive for some youth groups. Here are varieties of games using watermelons as well as some ideas for spiritual le … Tags: Object Lesson – Shoe Shuffle – Walking With Christ By: KenSapp | Jun 10th 2014 – We often talk about a person’s walk with Christ. That’s because the feet tell us two very important facts about someone: where one is standing and which way someone is going. A firm stand and a consistent walk are both traits we admire in other Christians. This Object lesson uses shoes as a reminder of the need for youth to … Tags: Object Lesson – String Connections By: KenSapp | Jun 4th 2014 – Almost everyone has some string lying around the house. Most often, string is used to connect things. As such, the string games below can be used to introduce a great object lesson on being connected to Christ and others. Tags: Christian Icebreakers: Who Am I? By: KenSapp | Oct 5th 2011 – In this icebreaker / crowdbreaker, youth will have a name pasted to their back and will wonder the room asking yes or no questions trying to discover who they are Tags: Bible Icebreakers: New Youth To The Group By: KenSapp | Oct 5th 2011 – Whether it is a new person joining a youth club, school or church group, or just a group of youth meeting together for the first time, icebreakers provide opportunities for youth to let down their guards and get to know each other Tags: Icebreakers: Wacko By: KenSapp | Oct 5th 2011 – Sitting in a circle, names are called and the person in the center of the circle tries to "whack" them with a rolled up newspaper before they can call another name Tags: Youth Icebreakers; Steering Your Icebreaker – Successful Ice-breakers By: KenSapp | Oct 5th 2011 – Using icebreakers successfully is similar to being able to tell a good story. Tags: Icebreakers: Scruples Shuffle By: KenSapp | Oct 5th 2011 – Youth will answer questions of scruples in the icebreaker. Tags: Bible Icebreakers: Splitting Youth Into Groups: Make A Word By: KenSapp | Oct 4th 2011 – Use this activity to introduce a topic and divide the youth into small groups or teams at the same time. Tags: Youth Icebreakers: Profiles By: KenSapp | Oct 4th 2011 – In this icebreaker / crowdbreaker, youth will try to guess the identity of other youth by looking at their profiles. Tags: Christian Icebreakers: Photo Freeze Frames! By: KenSapp | Oct 4th 2011 – Can you imitate the people in the photo and be the first to .plete all the images? Tags: Bible Icebreakers: Orchestra By: KenSapp | Oct 4th 2011 – In the icebreaker, youth will mime particular instruments and learn a little about the musical tastes of others Tags: Icebreakers: Opossum By: KenSapp | Oct 4th 2011 – In this icebreaker, team members must run around a person who is playing dead on the floor then join them playing opossum. Tags: Youth Icebreakers: Living Statues By: KenSapp | Oct 4th 2011 – Have you ever tried to change someone? To shape someone into your idea of a perfect husband, a perfect child, a perfect parent? Do our expectations of others in the group help them or hinder them? Tags: Christian Icebreakers: Left Holding The Bag – Game Idea By: KenSapp | Oct 3rd 2011 – This game is based on the familiar English idiom to be "left holding the bag." Tags: Bible Icebreakers: Just For Laughs By: KenSapp | Oct 3rd 2011 – Youth will learn a little about each other as they share experiences that have caused them to laugh. Tags: Ice Breakers : Knowing The Ice By: KenSapp | Oct 3rd 2011 – Learn some key principles for making your ice breaker the highlight of your next party, team event, and classroom discussion! Tags: Youth Icebreakers: I Never By: KenSapp | Oct 3rd 2011 – In this high energy icebreaker, youth learn a lot of fun facts about each other pertaining to the things that they have never done. Tags: Christian Icebreakers: Get Lost By: KenSapp | Oct 3rd 2011 – This game provides an opportunity to mix the group up and for them to share information about themselves in a non-threatening way while having fun. Tags: Bible Icebreakers: Favorite? By: KenSapp | Oct 3rd 2011 – These discussion questions make great icebreakers to allow people to get to know each other a little better by asking them about their favorites! Tags: Icebreakers: Famous Friendships By: KenSapp | Oct 3rd 2011 – Use famous friendships to match couples in this icebreaker/crowbreaker Tags: Youth Icebreakers: Eye Contact By: KenSapp | Oct 3rd 2011 – It has been said that the "eyes are a window into the soul." Use this game to help participants to begin to see the world through the eyes of others, and to learn to project a caring attitude toward others. Tags: Christian Icebreakers: Easter Sign-up By: KenSapp | Oct 3rd 2011 – Be the first to get someone to sign your list for each of the Easter characteristics, or to have the most names before the time is up. Tags: Bible Icebreakers: Easter Egg "who Am I" Icebreaker By: KenSapp | Oct 3rd 2011 – In this Easter Icebreaker, youth will need to discover each other’s secret Easter identity. Tags: Icebreakers: Did Jesus Use Icebreakers? By: KenSapp | Oct 3rd 2011 – How can you "break the ice" with a youth who is a total stranger and guide the discussion from an awkward silence into a meaningful conversation? Tags: Youth Icebreakers: Connected By: KenSapp | Oct 3rd 2011 – This icebreaker game is often called "��spider web"�� because at the end of the icebreaker, a large web of interconnected string or yarn will be created. You can use this icebreaker to discuss interdependence on one another, picking up the slack for another person, uplifting others, and teamwork. Tags: Christian Icebreakers: Christmas – Across The Line By: KenSapp | Oct 3rd 2011 – Which side are you on? Do you know where you stand? Find out in this Christmas icebreaker where participants move back and forth to opposite sides of the room depending on their Christmas related preferences. Tags: Bible Icebreakers: Chatter Bugs By: KenSapp | Oct 3rd 2011 – A fast-paced icebreaker game for youth where partners quickly share answers to a question from the facilitator. Partners and questions are changing all the time. Tags: Icebreakers: Card Sharks By: KenSapp | Oct 3rd 2011 – Ken’s original selection of icebreaker game ideas involving playing cards that was published by Group. Tags: Youth Icebreakers: Books Of The Bible – Puzzle 2 By: KenSapp | Oct 3rd 2011 – Youth Icebreakers: In this icebreaker puzzle, youth will discover 30 books of the bible. Tags: Christian Icebreakers: Books Of The Bible By: KenSapp | Oct 3rd 2011 – Christian Icebreakers:In this icebreaker puzzle, youth will discover 16 books of the bible. Tags: Bible Icebreakers: Bob By: KenSapp | Oct 3rd 2011 – Bible Icebreakers: Use this icebreaker to allow youth to quickly learn each others names. Tags: Icebreakers: Are Your Icebreakers A Snore? By: KenSapp | Oct 3rd 2011 – Icebreakers: Learn how you can use icebreakers to energize your meeting and avoid the SNORES of boredom Tags: Youth Icebreakers: Animal Kingdom By: KenSapp | Oct 3rd 2011 – Youth Icebreakers: Youth will identify themselves with an animal the most reflects some aspect of their personality. Tags: Youth Icebreakers: Action Bingo (enhanced) By: KenSapp | Sep 30th 2011 – Can you perform all the action on the list before someone else? It"��s wacky and silly fun for everyone. Have a digital camera ready for some really crazy snapshots! Tags: Bible Icebreakers: Acrostic Icebreaker (enhanced) By: KenSapp | Sep 30th 2011 – Youth use acrostics to introduce themselves. An acrostic is an arrangement of words in which certain letters in each line, when taken in order, spell out a word or motto. It can be used as a simple icebreaker or be used to springboard into a lesson on identity, character, reputation, and living a life that will leave a posi … Tags: 相关的主题文章: