Do- March 27, 2020
Scripture: Exodus 2:1-10
Play some trust games. Moses’ mother and sister trusted that God would watch over baby Moses. Today, we put our trust in God and those who love us that we will be protected from danger as much as possible.
- Trust Walk: Break everyone into pairs in your household. Each pair should have one who is blindfolded and one who isn’t. Depending on the level and intensity of the activity, you can let the path be regular or add obstacles. The one who is not blindfolded has to guide their partner carefully through the path and reach a safe zone. Once everyone is in the safe zone, switch the blindfold and put it on the one who did not wear it earlier.
- Human Knot: Ask everyone to form a circle. All participants have to put their hands in the center of the circle and close their eyes. Next, they have to connect their hands with another pair of hands. Once everyone is holding another pair of hands, ask them to open their eyes. They now have to get themselves out of this human knot and make a circle again, without letting go of the other’s hand. It can get complicated, but everyone needs to work as a team and trust each other not to let go.
- Draw a Twin: Get in pairs, hand a pen and paper to one person and ask them to draw something without showing their partner. Once they are done, they have to hide it and give instructions to others to make the same drawing, without giving a clue about what it is. For example, if they have drawn a face, they can say things like ‘draw a big circle, then draw two more circles’ and so on. Once done, everyone can compare their drawings.