This flour game would be perfect for large parties, youth group events or family reunions because you can play with a wide range of ages.

This flour game would be perfect for large parties, youth group events or family reunions because you can play with a wide range of ages.

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Mystery Dinner – youth group Christmas Party – would be fun to do as a family Christmas party too. Mystery dinner menu and how to ideas.

Mystery Dinner – youth group Christmas Party – would be fun to do as a family Christmas party too. Mystery dinner menu and how to ideas.

#cupsanddowns is a game where one team tries to turn all the cups upside down and the other team tries to turn them right side up. At the end of the time, whoever has the most their way wins. Simple, inexpensive game that could bring a lot of energy. Idea and video by: @humpheryhh #youthgames …

#cupsanddowns is a game where one team tries to turn all the cups upside down and the other team tries to turn them right side up. At the end of the time, whoever has the most their way wins. Simple, inexpensive game that could bring a lot of energy. Idea and video by: @humpheryhh #youthgames …

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Host a Dollar Store Minute to Win It night for a lot of laughs and fun for everyone. There are very few supplies needed and it's easy to set up.

Host a Dollar Store Minute to Win It night for a lot of laughs and fun for everyone. There are very few supplies needed and it's easy to set up.

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6 things every small group leader must do (youth group emphasis): 1. Be there for the right reasons. 2. Genuinely love your students. 3. Contact your kids weekly outside of your small group time. 4. Attend large group events as much as possible. 5. Have a balance of discipleship and relationship (Relationships are the bridge to discipleship). 6. Get to know their parents.

6 things every small group leader must do (youth group emphasis): 1. Be there for the right reasons. 2. Genuinely love your students. 3. Contact your kids weekly outside of your small group time. 4. Attend large group events as much as possible. 5. Have a balance of discipleship and relationship (Relationships are the bridge to discipleship). 6. Get to know their parents.

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