Would You Rather Countdown Video - Summer Emoji Edition

Would You Rather Countdown Video - Summer Emoji Edition

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In this fun Would You Rather game your students will be asked 10 interactive 'Would You Rather' questions about summer using emojis! This game comes with three different versions so you can play as a crowd game, a 5-minute countdown video before youth group, or an interactive video for online ministry.


Are you ready for summer? Get ready for another fun edition of a summer-themed Would You Rather game with emojis!

This version of 'Would You Rather' will get your students chatting and answering some hilarious would you rather questions about summer. There's no better way to start your in-person or online service than by getting your students interacting!

There are three different versions of this game provided to fit your ministry needs:

• Slides – Play it as an icebreaker or crowd game during youth group
• In-Person Video Countdown – Play the video countdown before your service begins to get students chatting with the people they are sitting next to.
• Online Video Countdown – Use this in your online ministry and have students participate through the chat or comment section by using emojis.

This Resouce Includes:

  • Individual (10 Qs + title + instructions) game slides (jpeg files)
  • In-Person Video clip with 5-minute countdown timer (mp4 file)
  • In-Person 5-minute Video clip without countdown timer (mp4 file)
  • Video clip with a 5-minute countdown for use online (mp4 file)
  • Complete PowerPoint game file


Frank DiRenzo

Frank DiRenzo

Frank is the Student Ministry Pastor at Calvary Church in Souderton, PA. He is passionate about helping students develop an authentic faith that lasts beyond their time in student ministry. His passion is to create resources that help students connect and feel a sense of belonging in their student ministry! Connect with Frank at frankdirenzo.com

Joanna DiRenzo

Joanna is a graduate of Cairn University where she studied Student Ministry. She loves brainstorming new ideas to help students engage in community. You may find her wandering a local super store pushing a cart filled with massive quantities of snacks, pool noodles, or slime supplies.