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Your students are all using the FaceApp to see their old age pictures and now celebrities are too! See if your students can determine who the celebrity is by their old age picture.

This can be played as an upfront game with a few contestants or as a large group game where the crowd just shouts out the answer. You could also use this as a bit for your sermon on the future or legacy. Many of the images are pretty easy to recognize—but the result of the aged celebrity can be haunting! Get the students laughing with this fun crowd game.

There are a few extra slides in case you think your students wouldn’t know who any of the celebrities are. There is even a bonus Photoshop file included where you can insert yourself, a student, a key volunteer, or even your senior pastor!

This Resource Includes:
• Complete PowerPoint game file
• Individual (12 Q&A + instructions) game slides (jpeg files)
• Title slide (jpeg file)
• A psd file to make your own (Photoshop required for access)

For more fun games, check out Ken’s other resources!

Old Celebs

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A screen game that asks students, “What if celebrities took their old age pictures using the FaceApp”?
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Ken is the Assistant Pastor at Stony Creek Church in Utica, Michigan. He and his wife have been married since 2002 and have 2 boys and live in the metro Detroit area of Michigan.

You don't get 15 years experience in youth ministry without getting stuck at amusement parks, loosing kids at rest stops, dealing with frustrated parents, but most of all, seeing life-change.

The resources Ken produces are some of the big winners born out of active ministry. His passion is for good Biblical teaching and fun, inventive games.

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