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Choose 2 contestants and show Player One (and the rest of the students) a crazy image on screen (provided). Player One will then choose whether he/she will describe the item to Player Two, or make up a lie about what’s on the screen. Player Two has to determine if Player One is telling the truth, or spouting lies! This is a great game to play when giving a message about lies, deceit, sin, or Jimmy Fallon. The best part is finding out who all your “good” liars are!

Added Bonus! Since you will probably only play 2-4 rounds, you can buy this once and play multiple times!

Based on the hit Tonight Show game, “Box of Lies

This resource includes:
• PowerPoint file
• Extra slide to make your own game if necessary
• How to Play instructions
• Tips and ideas for better gameplay
• All .jpg slides for easy integration

Note: You will need to plan ahead and find the ten objects listed (easy to find around your house and church) as well as a few blindfolds (You can use extra large tube socks.)

For more sermon series and games by Ken, click here!

Screen of Lies Volume 1

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$4.00
Turn this Tonight Show game into a great screen game for students
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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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