The Three Top Go To Sites for Icebreakers, Games and Activities

It’s Friday afternoon and you are in charge of the games for the evening. Everyone is counting on you for that perfect mixer to add light and life to the event. It’s the activity that will get kids meeting and greeting setting the stage for all that will transpire that evening…No Pressure! But don’t sweat the small stuff! Here are the top 3 go to sites where youth workers and pastors are getting the best stuff

the source

The Source for Youth Ministry has been known for tons of resources and forums, Jonathan McKee’s blog and other things for a long time. But did you know that they have a searchable list of hundreds of games and activities. If you are stuck for an idea there are unique ones here that will have you up and running in minutes

The Second Go to Place for Games and Activities is the tried and true,
youth group games

You can browse or search through games in a wide variety of categories depending on your group or location. Rumble around inside this site and you will not be disappointed!

But the number 1 leading site started as a bible college project but this is they are telling the truth when they telling the truth when they say that: You’ve found the Internet’s largest collection of FREE youth group games and ideas … over 1800 of ‘em!

We have tons of fundraisers, sermons, illustrations, activities, resources and ideas for those who work with youth. Each one has been tried and tested by those currently working in student ministry so you can be assured that you will only find quality, timeless, free ideas that you and your students will enjoy.

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Ron Powell


Ron Powell is the Adviser to the Director of the Youth Ministry Institute at Vanguard College. He has been involved in youth ministry for over 30 years. He continues to volunteer, write, teach, and speak to parents, leaders and teens. If you would like to contact him you can email