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Emojis are a primary form of communication these days…so why not have some fun with them? New Test-Emoji is a screen-based game that will test your student’s emoticon translation skills. This game can fit anywhere in your group’s calendar, but may fit especially well if you’re teaching on one of the 10 stories noted in the game:

1. The Prodigal Son
2. Nativity Scene
3. Jesus Walks on Water
4. When Paul Preaches forever and the guy falls out the window.
5. The Day of Pentecost
6. The Ascension of Christ
7. The Parable of the Lost Sheep
8. The Story of Zacchaeus
9. Jesus Feeds the 5000
10. The Coin in the Fish’s Mouth


Here’s how the game works: Students are shown a series of emoticons that describe a Bible story. They have to guess which story is being described.


This resource includes:

    • JPEG Slides (1920px x 1080px)
    o Title Slide
    o 10 gameplay slides
    • Video Intro
    • PowerPoint File
    • A word document outlining multiple ways to play the game


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New Test-Emoji Game

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As students see a series of emoticons, they must decipher the a New Testament Bible story being described.
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Ken McIntyre

After serving for 10 years in a local church youth ministry setting in Calgary Alberta, I now serve as the Youth Ministries Director for Alberta and Northwest Territories for the PAOC. I'm passionate about helping youth pastors and their teams reach teenagers for Jesus in effective ways.

My wife and I were married in 2009 and together we have three fast-moving, never-quitting, fun-loving young girls named Emery, Willow, and Harper.

Things I love: Jesus, family, youth ministry, and fitness.

Things I like: Reading, shoes, and HGTV.

Things I hate: Crowds and wet socks.

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There are plenty of people who are grateful that you do what you do. Your students are, their families are, and your church is, even though they may not say it often enough. I want to say thanks on behalf of them, and model the way we need to be saying thanks to the leaders that serve alongside us—in ten different ways—through this ebook.

Thank YOU!