Well, it's just another post-dumb-scans-from-WT-literature/caption/amusing comments thread. To get the ball rolling is this image from the 1986 publication, True Peace and Security: How Can You Find It?
Theocratically Approved JW Party (Gathering) Games
Run, run,,,,,,,but don`t look anywhere......its the attack of the giant tennis ball.......yikes!
Heh, heh Debz! Maybe it's the Bugblatter Beast...
When you look at that pic, you've gotta wonder why those guys would ever try going up a mountain in a business suit, tie and polished shoes!!!!!!!!
As I always say "Freedom means not having to wear a tie".
TREE OF KNOWLEDGE - A NEW REVISED EDITION. Contains questions covering the Bible and other history in Bible times as well as general knowledge of the world around us. By answering question correctly, you move around the tree-shaped board. Collect the required number of Fruit of the Spirit cards to win! The Charades category really brings the game to life. Players can choose to enact the scene or description in order to continue their turn. It makes the events portrayed in the Bible more real!
Tree of knowledge!!! YAY! Only $24.99 at Stoops!
OR, you could always play
NAME THAT SCRIPTURE - Bible Game: - Have fun in groups guessing the location of fimiliar and not-so-familiar Scriptures. Players are divided into two teams, each with a team leader, with one person acting am M.C. to officiate and keep score. Contains 200 numbered Sctipture cards, each with a key Scripture. Any number of players. No competitive pressure. Fun for all ages. The more you play the better you can remember Scriptures and where they are found
Only $10.98 at Stoops!
Anyone ever play Theopoly?
Edited by - pr_capone on 2 February 2003 3:56:6
ROTFLOL @ Debz
Brother at the front: I hate it when our Bookstudy Conductor makes us play these silly games on Cuppa-Tea night!
Okay everybody! Let's pin the tail on the jackass!
There are gonna be elders at this party?!?!?!
LOL...you guys crack me up!
I think a game related to field service would be good. Sort a different version to the: "Knock-knock, who's there?" game.
I can imagine what kind of game board we could create: cars, door bells, door knockers, creepy neighbourhoods, vicious dogs, nice householders; nasty householders; magazine placements; return visits; bible studies etc.
Have penalties: back to the car; fell on ice; seduced by worldly householder; stumble someone; get yelled at by householder; car breaks down; ALL houses, NOT AT HOME; Stormy weather; no meals today etc.
FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!