Junior High Game Nights: Wild and Crazy Outreach Events for Junior High Ministry

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Zondervan, 1991 - Amusements. - 96 pages
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What do kids love most about the popular new game shows for kids now exploding on cable television? The mess! And now, you can create your own gooey, splashy, and effective outreach events with Junior High Game Nights. In Junior High Game Nights, Dan McCollam and Keith Betts give you a full year's worth of field-tested monthly, thematic game nights that will draw junior-high kids like a magnet. Just look at some of the theme nights you'll find: - Medical Madness - Armed Forces Night - Mexican Fiesta - Wild West Night - Pirate Night - The Snow Blast - The Big Barn Blowout - Plus 5 More! Each theme night comes complete with six wild, crazy, and messy games you can do with inexpensive, easy-to-find supplies. And best of all, each theme night comes with the outline for an evangelistic talk, related to the theme, that you can use to bring spiritual focus to your event. McCollam and Betts also give you complete instructions on how to make each night a hit: tips on costumes and props, how to prepare your play area, how to answer some of the common objections you'll hear to the game-night concept, and much more. If you want to reach junior-high youth, Junior High Game Nights is the can't-miss outreach tool you've been

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Contents

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
9
WHY GAMES?
15
THE BIZARRE BBALL BASH
25
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Dan McCollam is the founding director of Sounds of the Nations, a mission organization training thousands around the world to write and record praise and worship songs in their own culture, language, and ethnic sound. As a dynamic itinerant minister, Dan loves partnering with leaders, trainers, and local churches in the areas of worship, the prophetic, leadership structures and strategies, embracing the glories of the cross, and unlocking dreams of the heart. He serves on the faculty of Bethel School of Supernatural Worship, WorshipU.com, Bethel School of the Prophets, and Deeper School of Supernatural Life. At home, Dan and his wife Regina, are active in serving their local church, The Mission, in Vacaville, California.

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