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Holiday or Seasonal / Winter
504 items in Winter

By Bobby Fleck

2020 was a difficult year. Some would even call it a dumpster fire. In this screen game, your students will look back and answer trivia questions about wins during a difficult year.

By Edward Witkowski

Pre-planned Instagram Feed and Story images ready to use for every single day of February 2021. They are designed for channel and Scripture engagement!

By Matt Baker

Students decide whether the resolution on the screen is one they could accomplish (NEW) or is one that there's no possible way they could keep (NAH).

By Jesse Duckett

This resource includes everything you could need to run a large scale version of the widely popular mobile game. It can be customized to the exact size of your group and played indoors or out. Hunting and being hunted has never been so fun.

By Jenna Bush & Jessie Conklin

A winter-themed puzzle escape room type game. Students will team up to solve the puzzles and find the code to unlock the box.

By Sam Pettersen

A four-week dating series that explores how our hearts are working against us, and how God's plan for purity leads us back to redemption.

By Ben Read

A ready-to-post social media strategy for February with images, captions, and when to post.

By John Kryvoruka & Steve Gold

A screen game where players have to decide if these men NAIL their marriage proposals, or if they FAIL them.

By Ken McIntyre

Students must attempt to text the lyric to a love song without looking at their phone.

By DYM Team

A creative, challenging, fun series of puzzles players solve together that will create a memorable experience at your Christmas Party with students, volunteers, even your entire church staff or family at home!

By Gregg Farah

A screen-based game to plunge the depth of your students’ toilet knowledge!

By Danny Howard

In this screen game, students must figure out the what phrase is written on the candy heart. This game is a must have for Valentine's Day or for your relationships, sex, and dating series.

By Frank Gil

A four-week series on dating, relationships, sex, friends, and courting.

By Derry Prenkert

A Junior High/Middle School version of one of DYM's best-selling Sex and Dating series.

By Derry Prenkert

Eleven fantastic resources on relationships, love, sex, and dating that can be used together, or separately.

By Tim Wildsmith

CROWD CHARADES is a game where contestants must guess the answer as the ENTIRE audience acts out the onscreen clue silently.

By Andrew Larsen & Timothy Miller

What is Love? is a complete night of programming (perfect for Valentine’s Day) from Hosea that helps students understand God’s perfect love.

By Derry Prenkert

In this screen game, students guess whether what was done in the name of love was fact or fiction.