Fun Clean Christian Games to Play With Couples

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Christian couples try to keep things family-oriented and clean, whether at a party or by themselves. Clean games for Christian couples that don't involve alcoholic beverages or going out are hard to come by, but they are available. Christian couples games will have you wanting to stay up all night with your sweetie or with couples that are your friends.

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Bible Sweethearts Matching

Make out a list of popular male-female couples in the Bible. Make some easy and hard. Mix the names up so they are not next to one another. Then have each set of couples see how many it can correctly match up within five minutes.

Getting to Know You

This is an intimate game, made for couples to complete together away from the eyes and ears of others. Each couple asks 10 to 15 questions. These can be general, such as "What is your all-time favourite food?" or they can be more intimate for married couples. Ask the questions back forth. A partner who would be uncomfortable voicing the answers can write them down so you can read them.

Outburst (Bible Version)

This is fun to play with a group of Christian couples. Each couple draws a card and then asks another couple the question on the card. The second couple has a certain amount of time to answer correctly. The couples have board pieces, and the winner is the first couple to make it to the end of the board.

Bible Jeopardy

This can be done with a presentation program, or you can make your own board on a piece of poster board. This game is just like regular Jeopardy except that all the questions are biblical. Categories for Bible Jeopardy could be: "Queens in the Bible" and "Matthew, Mark, Luke and John: The Apostles." Ask easier questions for 100 points, and make them harder as you work your way to 1,000 points.

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