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Anchored – Retreat Theme & Graphics Package

Anchored – Retreat Theme & Graphics Package

Here is the graphics package from our most recent Middle School Fall Retreat. The theme was “Anchored” and was based on Hebrews 6:19 – “We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure.” The imagery and environment we created had an obvious nautical feel. Our three main sessions for this weekend … Continue reading

“The Hunt” – Mall Scavenger Hunt

“The Hunt” – Mall Scavenger Hunt

Brrrrr! It’s colder right now in parts of our country than it is on the moon! The moon, people! That’s absurd! And for most of us, that’s too cold for an outdoor youth event. But don’t worry, we’ve got your winter activity needs covered. “The Hunt” is an indoor mall photo scavenger hunt that we … Continue reading

Rescue

Rescue

If Doug Fields is going to ask for survivor themed team building activities, He’s going to get survivor themed team building activities. Watch your group scramble to save an injured participant in Rescue. Rescue is a challenge where teams compete to complete the task in the fastest amount of time while still being safe throughout … Continue reading

Sandcastles

Sandcastles

Summer is coming and this is a great resource if you happen to be catching some rays with your youth. Sandcastles is a team building activity designed to be done on the beach. This activity is based on the idea that Jesus Christ is our foundation from 1 Corinthians 3:5-10, but could also fit with the … Continue reading

Stations

Stations

“Stations” is a unique and powerful worship experience centered around the Stations of the Cross (artistic representations depicting scenes of Jesus on his way to his death on the cross). Each year on Holy Saturday, the day between Good Friday and Easter Sunday, I (Andy) host an experiential worship gathering for high school students. This … Continue reading

Communication Conundrum

Communication Conundrum

This is a simple 10 question trivia game that could be used for any event focused on communication or prayer. I (Ray) used it for our 4 week parent and youth classes that focus on ways that God communicates His grace to us. We played this game in a parent vs. youth style because the … Continue reading