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You’ve probably played some form of a phobia game with your students where they must figure out what fear matches with a certain word ending in… phobia. Put your students’ knowledge and word parsing to the test in this fun either/or screen game that’s all about the things people love. Students will see a big word that ends in …philia (Latin root for love) and two options. They’ll decide which one is the correct answer.

It’s a great game to do as a setup for your talk/series on lust, materialism or authentic love.

This Resource Includes:
• Complete PowerPoint game file
• Sidekick file
• Individual (10 Q&A) game slides (jpeg files)
• Title Slide (jpeg file)

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For the Love of _________.

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In this screen game, students will see a word describing a type of love with two possible answers and they must attempt to choose the correct description.
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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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