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59 items in Hot and New

By David Wood

Three short Scripture-based videos to use as transitional elements in your program to remind students they are completely loved, free, and made new in Christ.

By LeaderTreks

Leaders need to be willing to have tough conversations, even if it's not a popular opinion.

By Jordan Floro

In this video-driven trivia game, group your students into teams by the gaming console they like best! This game looks great, is easy to play, and is a ton of fun to play with your group! 

By DYM Team

Volume 3 is another fun collection of hilarious and weird photos that kids can compete to come up with the best caption! Includes versions for Instagram, PowerPoint, Sidekick, and Zoom.

By Wes Wilson

The pumpkin spice phenomenon is still going strong. In the sixth edition of this screen game, see if your students can figure which products have been pumpkin-spiced.

By Ken Leslie

Light it up! Halloween and fire go hand in hand, so check out these items and ask your students, "Will it Burn?" in this popular DYM video-driven game.

By Chris Comstock

This unique game challenge is scalable for any ministry size! Included in this package are three versions: an Online Quarantine Version, a One Night Halloween Party, and a One Month Weekly Competition. 

By Ben Read

A 5-minute "Would You Rather" countdown video for the Halloween season.

By Derry Prenkert

In this screen-based brain game, students view a series of images and then guess the name, product, team, or show.

By Edward Witkowski

This is a resource for the busy youth pastor that wants to have more engaging content on their Instagram account without having to think about and plan content for every single day of October.

By Todd Pearage

Do your students know how tall the tallest man is? Do they know the record for the longest hair? What about the biggest pizza? Well, this multiple-choice screen-game allows your students to compete over some official world records. 

By David Rutledge

Take a break from dodgeball and give your students brain a workout in this classic screen game of unscrambling the letters to figure out the Bible word.

By David Rutledge

This screen game takes Sword Drills and makes it a team competition.  

By Kayla Jeffers

Wandering Through the Wreckage is a one-off message paired with a small group guide that will help students understand that the garbage of this world may be louder and in their faces, but God’s Word is faithful and stands the test of time.

By David Rutledge

Yup, we combined sword drills with charades for this screen-based game… and it's awesome!

By Derry Prenkert

Looking for some fun, but also want to help get your students healthily expressing themselves during your worship times? This Sidekick 'Photo Fury' game + devotional is for you!

By Matthew Eyler

In this screen game, students are challenged to solve 10 Rebus puzzles before their peers.

By Jeremy Houf

All throughout history, God has used teenagers as powerful members and contributors to society. In this screen game, students will guess the names of some famous teenagers.