The Icebreaker: Night at the Museum is a brand-new, original icebreaker game.
Today I’ve got a great icebreaker game idea you can adapt for the end of a Bible study, small group study, or retreat.
I’m all about icebreaker games that encourage working together in small groups.
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.
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.
I opened up Pinterest recently and groaned when I saw the “Bible games” in my feed.
I know you’ve seen them – Bible Jeopardy, Bible Trivia, Match the Bible Couples, etc.
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.