Sunday, January 17, 2016

Knock, Knock, Who's There?

In March of 2015, I was asked to put together a game for a Seminary Super Saturday.  The game needed to be based off of seminary related topics and missionary work.  I thought about how much fun it must be to be a missionary going door to door preaching the gospel.  Thus, the name of this game quickly became Knock, Knock, Who's There?

We set up the primary room with the game cards on the floor - see attached!  The youth started at the card that read Knock, Knock, Who's There.  With each roll of the dice, the youth paired up two by two would move from one end of the game board to the other depending on the number they rolled.  The goal was to see how many people they could convert to the Gospel and baptize.  At the end of the game, points were tallied and a winner was chosen.  Points were generated based off the number converted per game card.  The game cards were divided into the following categories:  scripture mastery worth 4 points/4 new investigators, basic doctrine worth 3 points/3 new investigators, mission prep worth 2 points/2 new investigators and generic church questions worth 1 point or 1 new investigator.

There were additional small game cards, which you can create on your own based off of your personal needs for your group.  This was tons of fun - sorry the pictures of this activity and the cards are not great!















1 comment:

care said...

I would love to incorporate this into our YW camp in a few weeks.
I don't see a link to the questions etc.
Could you share the questions and game cards with me?