Many party games can be easily converted to a Bible theme. These are my picks for the best party games with a Bible theme.
Roll the die to see what letter comes up, and then find answers that begin with that letter to categories like, "things to forgive." A special Catholic edition also is available.
In Bible Blurt, one player reads a definition out loud (e.g. "a person who works with wood"). The other players try to be the first to blurt out the correct answer. A junior version is included in the game.
Read this phrase out loud: "Pill Are Offs Halt." Do you get it? It says, naturally, "pillar of salt." In Mad Gab, you have 30 seconds to solve three of these riddles.
Take three things -- a merchant or money changer, a fish, and a snake -- and figure out what they have in common. Do that the best, and you'll win Bible TriBond. (The answer here is, of course, that they all have scales.)
This board game combines the fun of Pictionary with people, events and objects from the Bible. The 200 cards include 2,000 words and phrases.