Icebreakers are a quick and easy option for building rapport among your team members.
As many of us move towards in-person women’s ministry events and activities, icebreaker games that encourage social-distancing practices provide comfort and safety.
How well do you know the women on your women’s ministry team or in your small group?
During this time of isolation, it’s essential we stay connected.
The Icebreaker: Night at the Museum is a brand-new, original icebreaker game.
Recently my sister sent me a text asking if I could send her an icebreaker idea for their next women’s ministry meeting.
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.
“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.”