It was always important in our home that there was a place for our teens within our church life. Christian Youth Groups are great places for your teen to learn about faith and have fun. Check out this great game. US 5/5/17
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When my kids hit their teens and were in youth group it became harder to keep their attention and to teach them about values and Bible. Save the Lost is an adventure game for Christian Youth Groups to play. It helps teach young adults the religious principles and important lessons.
The game comes with:
A glowing orb
12 LED cross necklaces with a couple of extras just in case.
3 Tempter wristbands
4 Harbor of the Lost Markers
Save the Lost acts as a metaphor for profound Christian principles about avoiding temptation, finding redemption and helping others do the same. It is 100% fun — but also a tool for teaching 100% Christian ideals.
The game starts with two groups: The Lost and Tempters. The goal for The Lost is to find The Light without being tagged by Tempters. Once a player reaches The Light, he or she becomes Saved and can no longer be tagged. Saved players then acquire a new goal – help everyone else become Saved too! The game ends when all of The Lost become Saved.
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