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Love, love the "Icebreakers"! Your website is awesome!
Thank you and may the Lord bless you and your ministry.

Rick Goode

I'm a Parent facilitator for parents who have children in crisis. Or are struggling with life issues surrounding raising their children.
Thank you for your icebreakers I'm sure they will help in group sessions.

Thanks Rick Goode


Thanx a lot for the ice breakers ill defently use some of them:-)


thanks few of the ice breakers are new and interesting


Hiiiiiiiii... i m Ranjana. its good to follow ur ideas ...its amazing and creative for everyone

Well Rio

thank you very much. i like it! hope you can send me more on my Email. God bless

Trevor Naicker

thank you for the amazing games displayed, my youths really enjoy them week after week

Richard Lauby

thank you so much for these ideas. I am a senior pastor and have just had to take over our youth group as our previous youth pastor moved away. these games are very helpful and our kids love them.


thank you for giving us these wonderful Ideas.. I can use these to my students. God Bless you!

Glenda Goddard

Although not a youth leader I run a small study group for new adult Christians and have found your icebreakers are fantastic for getting the group to jell together and help them to feel relaxed and ready for the 'serious' stuff of Bible study and learning more about the Christian life. Adults love to have fun also. You do a fantastic job and this is a great ministry! I thank God for you and what you are doing.


I like the Freeze Frame as a team building warm up activity. Some great resources here!


Thanks for the ideas. We also have monthly gatherings of our youth, and we can use your ice breaker ideas

Mark Collard

Nice work on the ice-breakers Grahame, thank you! To my way of seeing things, a good idea doesn't care who it belongs to....

Framed Prayers and Blessings

These are all great! I remember my favorite game from Youth Group, it was "flip the tarp." Basically, a group of 6-10 people stand on a tarp (piece of cloth) that is just barely big enough to fit everyone. Then, the group must figure out how to flip the tarp over, without anyone falling off. It's quite the brain teaser and really helps everyone work together!

David Jones Marbaniang

Dear Knox, Your blog is incredibly helpful. I have been using the 40 ice breaker in many occasions and they work just amazing. Keep up the goo work. Thanks!
David, India

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I'm bless with this icebreakers


Thank you for this ministry! :)

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Good ideas for youth group in ice breaks. My favorite one game is word play.

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Thank you for the icebreakers! I'm teaching in China so no preaching or religeous references! They're ideal for the large classes I have and I'll certainly be using some of the best ones.
Thank you again.

Mpanga Wilson

Thnk u so much dr,yo ice breaker are a real blessing 2 us. May God bless u indeed

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