Category Archives: Huddle Curriculum

Standing Alone (week of March 2nd – 6th, 2015)

 One Minute Pep Talk WELCOME: Greet newcomers / Announcements / Opening PrayerWARM UP: 2-Handed Ro-sham-boStandard rock-paper-scissors. Except with 2 hands.Everyone is in a circle. Your right hand plays against another person’s left hand. Your left hand plays against another person’s right hand.If one of your hands loses, it’s okay, because that hand is still in the game. You […]

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Adversity: Guest Speaker (week of February 23rd – 27th, 2015)

 One Minute Pep Talk WELCOME: Greet newcomers / Announcements / Opening Prayer / Introduction of Guest SpeakerWARM UP: SnacksRecruit different members of your huddle to bring food to share.Morning Meeting: donuts (glazed, powdered, or chocolate), orange juice, & milkEvening Meeting: chips, salsa, brownies, cookies, water bottles, GatoradeSupplies: disposable plates & cups, napkins or paper towelsWORK OUT: Dealing with AdversityGuest Speaker’s Main Point: Dealing […]

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God’s Relentless Love (week of February 16th – 20th, 2015)

 One Minute Pep Talk WELCOME: Greet newcomers / Announcements / Opening PrayerWARM UP: Balloon Bust RelayDivide the group evenly into two or more lines.  Give each person an inflated balloon.  When the game-master yells, “GO,” the first person in line sprints to the opposite end of the room, sits on the balloon, pops it, and runs back to  tag the next person in line. […]

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Sexual Purity (week of February 9th – 13th, 2015)

 One Minute Pep Talk WELCOME: Greet newcomers / Announcements / Opening PrayerWARM UP: Lovely ConfusionItems Needed: Pens for everyonePrint out of Lovely ConfusionWORK OUT: Sexual PurityMain Point: Sexual purity (moving beyond abstinence to purity)Bible Texts: Ephesians 5:3 (not even a hint); Galatians 5:19; Colossians 3:5; 1st Corinthians 10:13; Genesis 39Thoughts / Ideas: I’d start this meeting with a disclaimer letting everyone know that you’re […]

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Priorities (week of February 2nd – 6th, 2015)

 One Minute Pep Talk WELCOME: Greet newcomers / Announcements / Opening PrayerWARM UP: TitleItems Needed: ???WORK OUT: My Story: Peter’s Story (week 3 of 4)Main Point: learning from Peter’s story of coming to know JesusBible Texts: Mark 1:16-18; Matthew 16:13-20Thoughts / Ideas: After the “Warm-Up” activity, ask someone to read Mark 1:16-18.Peter was an ordinary fisherman in Galilee, leading an ordinary life, but something quite […]

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Excellence (week of January 26th – 30th, 2015)

 One Minute Pep Talk WELCOME: Greet newcomers / Announcements / Opening PrayerWARM UP: Doughnut StringObject – A no-hands race to eat a doughnut off a stringMaterials – string, doughnutsHow To Play – Hold a string between two people. Put doughnuts on the string (one for each person playing). When the facilitator says go, whichever person eats their doughnut first wins. Players […]

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Service (week of January 12th – 16th, 2015)

 One Minute Pep Talk WELCOME: Greet newcomers / Announcements / Opening PrayerWARM UP: Balloon Relay RaceObject – A relay race where a balloon must stay wedged between two participants.Materials – BalloonsHow To Play – Team splits into pairs of the same gender.  Team must go down, around a cone, and back, twelve times, with a different pair going each time. The two […]

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Integrity (week of January 5th – 9th, 2015)

 One Minute Pep Talk WELCOME: Greet newcomers / Announcements / Opening PrayerWARM UP: FishbowlObject of the Game – Teammates must guess a name based on description, action, or single word.Materials – Paper, pens, one bucket, timer.How To Play – At the beginning, each player writes down 3 nouns (person/place/thing) that everyone would know on a small piece of paper, then folds those […]

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Christmas Party (week of December 15th – 19th, 2014)

 One Minute Pep Talk WELCOME: Greet newcomers / Announcements / Opening PrayerWARM UP: Snacks, Favorite Games of the Semester, White Elephant Exchange, Christmas ConfusionThis huddle will provide an opportunity for others to get involved in making FCA a success.  Students can signup to bring Christmas snacks, you can recruit game leaders, etc.  Get as many people involved in […]

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