Out of the box questions help bring folks out of their boxes.
The “If” Game is a great icebreaker for a Women’s Ministry fellowship, small group meeting, or team meeting.
Spiritual questions (i.e.. If you could take a mission trip anywhere in the world, where would you go?) are sprinkled amongst hypotheticals (i.e.. If money were no object, what one thing would you want to buy?).
I’m always amazed at what seemingly random questions will reveal about a person. Who knew Linda always wanted to travel to Thailand!? Who would have guessed that Miss Bettie as a secret longing for a red convertible!?
Discover something new about the women in your church.
Just print the question cards out (link below) and you’ll be ready to go!
Group size: 4 – 8 people per group
Time needed: 15 minutes
Supplies: Printable IF Game Cards
Instructions: Print and cut the game cards. Place the cards in a stack in the center of the circle/table. Going around the circle, have each person draw one card and answer it. Play is completed when everyone has drawn one card and answered once.
Notes: Consider putting one card at each person’s chair/space before your meeting/group/event begins. Most will appreciate having some time to think about their response (though you run the risk of missing out on spontaneous answers). Print the cards on colored paper or cardstock so the questions can’t be seen. You may want to laminate the cards for repeated use. If time permits have everyone draw additional cards.
Other icebreakers you might enjoy: