Each person is an angel to someone else in the youth group. Their goal is to anonymously bring blessings to a mortal (other student) by doing nice things for him/ her, by notes of encouragement, by small gifts, etc. Works great for camps and retreats as well.
Game DescriptionEach person is an angel to someone else in the youth group. Their goal is to anonymously bring blessings to a mortal (other student) by doing nice things for him/ her, by notes of encouragement, by small gifts, etc. Works great for camps and retreats as well.
Game MaterialsList of Rules
Game PreparationGove each person a mortal. There are many ways to do this. You can match people or the easiest way is to simply drop everyone’s name in a bowl and draw one out for each participant.
Make sure everyone is included
Set the rules
Set the time frame
At the end of the time frame, mortals try to guess the identity of their angel
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