I don't know if this is original, but I made up our version of it.A unique way to get your kids to share their opinions. On one end have a sign that says, "Strongly Agree" and the other end says "Strongly Disagree." Mark the center of the clothesline for reference.
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Get all the teens in your meeting to put the chairs into a square with an equal number of chairs on all four sides.
Place a large garbage can in the center of the room with the chairs around the can and facing the can.
Ask them a Bible related question, the first one to raise their hand gets to answer the question.
If they are right they get to shoot at the can with a basketball.If they miss, the ball can roll until another person gets it.While the ball is rolling no one can leave their seat.Teams of 3-6 try to find items in the church with a list of Bible clues.Each item needs two verses for the clue - one that hints at the room, another that names (generally) the item.For instance, for the pulpit we had a verse with the word "sanctuary" and one with the word "altar." For a phone in the 3rd grade classroom, we had a verse with the word "three" in it and a verse with the word "bell." (Or something to that effect) Then we had a post-it note hidden in or under the item so the kids knew when they found it.