Welcome to Scripture Lady’s Free Bible Review Games for Kids
Many Christian teachers don’t realize it, but a Bible review game really has the opportunity to be a sermon and a game all rolled into one. Mary Poppins had it right: “Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down!” God’s Word can definitely be medicine for your children’s souls, but if you don’t present it in creative ways, kids can quickly become very disinterested.
So, what are the necessary elements for hosting a GREAT Bible review game?
1. Pick a Bible story or truth you want to share. Bible review games can be used to review anything in the Bible. In fact, I have provided you with titles from the following 3 categories:
A. Bible review games for specific Scriptures.
B. Bible review games for specific Bible stories.
C. Bible review games for Scripture themes such as faith vs. fear.
The first category of Bible review games for specific Scriptures will give you many different games based on specific Bible verses such as John 3:16, Romans 3:23 and Galatians 5:22-23, the Fruit of the Spirit.
The second category of Bible review games for specific Bible stories will give you games based on certain Bible stories such as Creation, Mary and Martha, and the Parable of the Sower.
The third category of Bible review games for Scripture themes will give you games based on common themes in Scripture such as God’s love, God’s promises and Jesus, the Light of the world.
2. Choose a Scripture Lady Bible review game that fits the biblical point you want to teach.
3. Prepare all the necessary elements. If visuals are needed, take the time to make them look nice and eye-catching. If you take the time to pay attention to detail, your kids will be blessed by your efforts and the whole experience will be more enjoyable for everyone.
4. Present the game with a fun attitude. Children don’t like grumpy teachers or teachers who micro-manage their fun. If you are fully prepared with your message and game, discipline problems will diminish and everyone can have a great time.
5. Pray for your Bible review game time. Ask the Holy Spirit to touch your children’s lives and ask that the message gets through to their hearts and minds.
“Trust in the Lord with all of your heart and lean not on your own understanding. In all of your ways acknowledge Him and He will direct your paths.”
(Click here for a sample of this Bible verse song.)