Save the Lost – An Outdoor Adventure Game for Christian Youth

(2 customer reviews)

Looking for an exciting, fun and active way to share Christian principles? Try this glow-in-the-dark adventure game! As players search, hide and run, they metaphorically learn about temptation, finding The Light and being Saved.

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  • The game begins with the “Lost” literally searching for “The Light” – but to succeed, they have to avoid the Tempters!
  • Playing Save the Lost metaphorically teaches meaningful Christian principles
  • It’s the perfect Christian summer camp game, Icebreaker or team-building exercise for any group
  • Play as a Christian party game, youth group activity, lock in, active Sunday school game, family night activity
  • Includes 22 glowing LED game pieces and easy-to-follow illustrated instructions

2 reviews for Save the Lost – An Outdoor Adventure Game for Christian Youth

  1. JP K.

    We introduced this game to our Christian group of about twenty kids. They played it for a couple of hours and had so much fun. The discussion following the game of how the rules and lessons of the game applied specifically to the youth’s ministry among themselves and to others was rich. This is a perfect game for youth activities where you want to get everyone involved, cutting through social strata. It would be especially wonderful for youth retreats of almost any kind. We played it inside a church building as well as outside on the church’s grounds.

  2. Lindsey Y.

    As a youth leader at church I thought this would be a fun game to play during one of our “lock-in” parties. We turned off all the lights in the gym and let everyone go at it! This was a ton of fun! Plus for our upcoming New Years Party this will be great in filling time as everyone waits until midnight. Can’t wait to take it to summer camp as well because I think everyone will love it after night chapel!

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