The winning team is the one with the most points at the end.GET PDF OF THIS BLOG POST It’s one of the most yucky things that any youth worker gets to navigate. At worst, the pain and awkwardness of those continued interactions between the former-couple leads one or both of them to drop out of youth group altogether; sometimes for a season, and sometimes forever.Teams can sit near their tables with the leader and one student sitting at the table.
At best, it’s a recipe for several weeks of awkward interactions, showboating, repressed emotions, and a broken social dynamic within your group.
(Nine times out of ten, it’s the dumpee, not the dumper who makes these claims.
Feeling legitimately rejected legitimately hurts.) in the room feel uncomfortable.
’ The rest of the team is allowed to provide hints to the student at the table, but only in the form of writing notes on the piece of paper provided and passing them to the student.
They are allowed to use the Bible to look up information. Once the student has correctly guessed the Bible character they can swap places with someone else from their team, who then has to guess the next character.