“Alright, everybody go around the room and introduce yourself.”
“Please tell us a little about yourself – how many kids you have, your husband’s name, and how long you’ve been attending First Baptist Church.”
According to the research reported in Barna Trends 2017 (affiliate link) 1 in 5 adults regularly or often feels lonely (pg 112).
And when “nearly half of women (43%) say they do not feel any emotional support at all from church” (pg 153) we can assume that loneliness is a church problem too!
How we spend our day says a lot about who we are.
While we may not be able to spend the day with every member of our women’s ministry team, small group, or Bible study, we can use this game to get a glimpse of what a typical day in their life looks like.
I was brainstorming recently with a friend about ways she could break the ice with her new team at work. Her team is quite small. I knew the 4 C’s icebreaker game would be a great one for her to use!
She was also looking for a fun way to find out what kinds of things each member of her team likes.
During a Women’s Ministry event, do you ever look around the room and notice a lack of conversation?
Are women stuck in the same groups of familiar faces?
“Meet Your Match” gently draws women out of their regular circle of friends by encouraging them to uncover matching experiences and interests with others in the room.
Have you ever made a “heart to heart” connection? You know, when you meet someone and you instantly bond over usually trivial things.
This Valentine Icebreaker, Heart to Heart, helps to make those connections between the people in your group.