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Select two students to play who are good at using descriptive words or coming up with (or lying about) descriptions of a fake item. They will take turns having the audience help them choose a box and then bringing it to the face-off table and opening the contents of the box to be described to their opponent. The opponent has to choose whether or not the person describing the contents is telling the truth or lying. This is a great lead-in to any message on lying/The Ten Commandments, etc.

This Resource Includes:
• Gameplay instructions (Word file)
• Game title video (mp4 file)
• Game title slide (jpeg file)
• Blank game slide (jpeg file)
• Audio files (mp3 or wav files):
- for the contestant who's describing
- for correct answers
- for wrong answers
• 5 video clips to play with wrong guesses (mp4 files)
• 5 video clips to play with correct answers (mp4 files)

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What's in the Box?

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retail: $5.00
A hilarious upfront game where two players face-off in creative ways either correctly describing the contents of the box or lying about the contents, in this adaptation of Jimmy Fallon's "Box of Lies" game.
retail: $5.00
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Brian Edmonds

Brian is from Winston-Salem, NC and currently serves as the full-time youth pastor at River Oaks Community Church in Clemmons, NC just outside the city limits. When he's not doing ministry, he enjoys water skiing, rock climbing, hiking, fishing, camping, carpentry, DJing and recording music. He plays drums, guitar and keyboard. He spent many years through high school and college playing drums and ultimately felt called into ministry. Brian attended Appalachian State University where he earned a degree in Electronic Media/Broadcasting, where he had his own radio show. During his final year of college, Brian felt called into ministry where he went on to pursue his Masters of Divinity degree from Campbell University Divinity School. Brian married his high school sweetheart, Casey, in 2008, and they have two children: Journey and Jett.

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