This Christmas version of the traditional scavenger hunt makes for some fun house-to-house travel and also can connect your teenagers to the wider congregation. Make a list of items people traditionally would have on their Christmas trees or in their homes (i.e., gold bulb, angel, etc.) and include other items such as a mugs of hot chocolate, eggnog, manger scenes, stockings, etc. Throw in some difficult-to-find items such as paper clips or thimbles and you have all the makings of a fun hunt. Visit from house to house, and the first team to record all of these items wins.

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About The Author

Todd Outcalt is the lead pastor of Calvary United Methodist Church in Brownsburg, Indiana and is a thirty-year youth ministry veteran. He is the author of twenty-five books in six languages, including the youth ministry titles: $5 Youth Ministry (Group); Last-Minute Meetings (Abingdon); Ready to Go Youth Meetings (Abingdon); and The Youth Ministry Encyclopedia (Kindle).

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