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Online Ministry / Online Games
128 items in Online Games

By Matthew McNutt

This bodacious game is totally tubular! Be the first to interpret these Gen X slang from the 80's. Includes versions for in-person and online.

By Matthew McNutt & Heather McNutt

In this Sidekick 'Presenter' game, there are hilarious actual quotes from dads and grads! Kids will compete to see who can identify the most 'dad jokes' and 'grad quotes.' Includes versions for in-person, online and Zoom, and on Instagram.

By David Rutledge

In this game, students compete against the clock to see how many words they can make from the displayed letters. Words must have 3 or more letters to count.

By Matthew McNutt

This psychedelic game is far out, man! Students try to be the first to interpret these Hippie phrases. Includes versions for in-person and online.

By David Rutledge

In this hilarious and a-peeling game, contestants will try and guess the height, weight, and distance of different objects in the best unit of measurement ever, the banana.

By Matthew McNutt & Heather McNutt

An Easter-themed 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 Tim Wildsmith

This Valentine's Day edition of STORY CHARADES is a new take on the hit game Crowd Charades in which you play the game with your students on Instagram Stories!

By Tim Wildsmith

This BIG GAME edition of STORY CHARADES is a new take on the hit game Crowd Charades in which you play the game with your students on Instagram Stories!

By Adam Van Arsdale

Will a couple survive a feud revolving all things Valentine's Day? 100 People have been surveyed and it's time to discover whether we agree with the Survey Says V-Day Edition! Comes with 10 different questions (i.e. Name a popular Valentine gift?; Besides "Darling," name a popular term of endearment; Name a popular chocolate manufacturer, etc...)

By Matthew McNutt

This groovy game is the cat's pajamas! Be the first to interpret these Baby Boomer phrases. Includes versions for in-person and online.

By Matthew McNutt & Heather McNutt

A True Love-themed fun collection of 15 hilarious and weird photos. Kids can compete to come up with the best caption! Includes versions for Instagram, PowerPoint, Sidekick, and Zoom.

By Todd Pearage & Ansley Higginbotham

Who Dis? is a really fun way to challenge your students to identify Bible characters by some of their biggest life events. The Sidekick file makes it easy to play over Zoom! It also includes an Instagram Story version.

By Matthew McNutt & Heather McNutt

Here's Volume 4 with 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 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 Isaac Leimeister

Hack the Instagram algorithm with a fun, engaging game that will make your students stop and look through your profile and stories.

By Derry Prenkert

In this screen-driven game, you'll have your students interacting about 2020 where they have to come up with a word that describes the year based on a variety of categories offered.

By Danny Graham

The sequel is here!!! Everyone knows Santa's trusty spy...the Elf on the Shelf, but there are so many lesser-known Claus spies out there. In this fun Christmas-themed game (Sidekick and PowerPoint versions), players try to identify the correct spying-for-Claus combo. No prep! Have fun!!!

By Derry Prenkert

In this screen-based game, students debate and determine whether they agree or disagree with a strong opinion on Christmas, aka, a “Hot Take.”