Ideas for a Christian Bachelor Party

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Ideas for a Christian Bachelor Party
You don't need alcohol and strippers to have a crazy stag party! (mountain tourist image by Maxim Petrichuk from Fotolia.com)

If you want to throw a Christian stag party, you need to stay away from strip clubs, bars, casinos, cigars and sex-implied games. Instead, consider wholesome ideas that lend themselves well to male bonding without going against the guest of honor's moral or religious beliefs.

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Camping Trip

In addition to sleeping in the wilderness, a camping trip can include fishing, hiking, boating and building a bonfire. These activities offer clean fun while encouraging male bonding.

Golf

A game of golf followed by dinner at the bachelor's favourite restaurant makes a good choice for a more low-keyed event that encourages conversation.

Extreme Sports

Get the adrenalin pumping and create a day to remember with an extreme sport, such as skydiving, mountain climbing, white-water rafting or extreme skiing.

Paint Ball

A game of paint ball offers an outlet for friendly competition; however, it can get a little rough and may leave the players with bruised bodies. If the stag party is the day before the wedding, consider a game of laser tag instead.

Box Seats at a Game

If the bachelor enjoys sports, take him to see his favourite team in style. Unless the groom is wealthy, chances are he rarely--if ever--has the luxury of watching a game from a box seat. If this costs too much, splurge on the best seats you can afford.

A "Last Supper"

Have all the men together for a big feast and highlight the fact that this is his "last supper" as a bachelor. Depending on his sense of humour, you could turn the meal into a "roast" where each man tells a funny yet embarrassing story about the groom-to-be.

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