Kids reading and understanding the bible is extremely helpful, because it is not only a religious asset, but a sea of knowledge too. The bible advises, builds and helps humanity grow while giving peace in the process. It may be a challenging job to make your teens study or read the Bible. So another source of letting these teens know the Bible is by helping them know of the characters of the Bible in the form of games. That sounds great, isn’t it? Here is a collection of wonderful Bible games and ideas for your teenagers.

5 Amazing bible games For Teens

These activities can be incorporated during Bible class, Sunday class, Bible book club meeting, or even family Bible fun time.

  1. Bible Hangman

What you need

A blank board

Playing the game:

It is one of the easiest and most enjoyable games in the Bible games.

The players can write clues on a board and ask others to fill in with letters.

Whenever one misses a letter or uses a wrong one, other players can draw the hangman.

To make the game even more enjoyable, the teen can think of adding a wheel which can be spun to earn money; thus making it look similar to the ‘Wheel of Fortune.’

  1. Bible Charades

What you need:

Cut-outs of Bible characters

A piece of paper

Playing the game

Similar to dumb charades, all your teen needs to do is cut out pictures of the characters and hand them to the groups to act, while the others can guess an answer.

To make it simpler, they could write the names of characters on small pieces of paper.

Can be played in groups or individually, this game hones your acting skills too.

  1. Bible Jeopardy

What you Need:

A piece of paper to write the clues

A bowl


Playing the game:

Your teens can play the game in the same format as shown on the television. (1)

All the players have to sit in a circle and choose the clues from the bowl. They need to frame questions from clues.

It is a buzzer round, meaning one who hits the buzzer first gets to answer the question.

The amount of money to be won or lost can increase when it comes to ‘Double jeopardy.’

The fun heightens when it comes to the last clue where all the contestants can bet the amount won and this is called the ‘Final Jeopardy.’

Creating and playing this game is very easy and the enjoy quotient is way too high.

  1. Biblical 20 Questions

What you need:

A piece of paper to write down the questions

Playing the game:

This game can be played with just 20 questions. But the only criteria is that the characters should be taken from the pages of Bible.

Make sure that you tell the participants which part of the Bible, the characters are taken from.

The opponents can ask random questions to find out who the character is. Add the point system to make this game even more enjoyable.

It can be played in small or large groups.

  1. Bible Paintings

What you need:

Drawing tools

Paper cut-outs

Playing the game:

There goes a bit of preparation in this game. It has to be well researched.

The participants have to figure out the characters or verses within the allotted time. This increases the difficulty level of the game.

The participants need to bring their drawing tools, or they can be supplied by the organizers.

One team should draw the topic given to them, and the other team has to guess from the painting.

If the answering team cannot guess the characters correctly, a clue is provided.