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Let the Holiday debate begin as students pick one of two Christmas items to be erased from existence forever.

Here's how it works: each round, two items will show on the screen. Students get to discuss, debate and decide which item will continue to exist and which will go away forever, never to return again.

There are several ways you can play this game:
• Pull up two students each round and have them face off debate style. Let the crowd vote on the winner.
• Do a poll with each round. The majority wins and moves on to the next round.
• Divide into teams. Have teams decide together on a choice. Most team votes win the round and those teams get a point. Most points after 10 rounds win.
• Just throw up the slides and let the students discuss/debate. No winners, just great interaction.

This Resource Includes:
• Complete PowerPoint game file
• Individual (10 rounds + instructions) game slides (jpeg files)
• Title slide (jpeg file)

One To Stay, One To Go Away Christmas Edition

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Let the Holiday debate begin as students pick one of two Christmas items to be erased from existence forever.
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Derry Prenkert

I've been fortunate to serve the first 20+ years in youth ministry! I'm in My Third Decade (check out my podcast on the DYM Podcast Network!) where I currently serve as the Student Ministry Leader at a church in Louisville, KY. Over that time I have been able to craft a plethora of experiences and resources that help students and parents in their spiritual journey, and I love that DYM has provided me the opportunity to share them with you. My wife Janelle and I have four amazing children ages 10 and under. I love the Cubs, the Colts, comic books, podcasts, and going to Disney World.

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