“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.”
Left Right stories and games are always a hit, no matter the size or age of the group!
I created this original story for you to use at your next Christmas Women’s Ministry event.
I’m always on the look-out for a fresh icebreaker to add to my toolbox.
This Either/Or Icebreaker game is quick, easy, and great for all sizes of groups.
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!
Back in the day there was an icebreaker game called “What’s in your purse?” It was a fun game but it no longer works at most women’s ministry events.
Have you noticed? A lot of your women aren’t carrying purses anymore.
Summer is quickly drawing to a close…
As we launch new Bible studies, small groups, Sunday School classes, and fall women’s ministry events, it can be fun to take a few moments to reflect on the things we did this summer.
Perfect for fall or anytime of year, this original High School Memories Bingo game is the perfect icebreaker for your women’s ministry fellowship, Bible study kick-off, or small group.
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.
Spring has finally sprung and Easter is just around the corner.
Whether you’re gathering a small or large group this spring, I’ve got a tool you’ll want to use to keep the conversation flowing!
I love taking a “traditional” icebreaker game and putting a holiday-themed spin on it!
Participants in this game will have two tasks to accomplish.
Every great Christmas celebration requires 3 things:
- Great food
- Fun icebreaker game(s)
- Christmas music
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.
Have you got a women’s ministry fall fellowship scheduled?
Maybe you’re looking for something to break the ice with your new Bible study group.