- (The Bible Game) The Bible Game is a Christian-themed party game developed by Crave Entertainment. It is aimed at Christians and is “family-friendly”. There are a variety of trivia questions related to the Old Testament. The main two modes are “TV Game Show” and “Challenge Games”.
- The Sport Ju-Jutsu system for adults is designed to give good and fun physical training in a modern form of martial art.
bible games for adults – Sex Games
The Sex Games Bible is the antidote to bedroom boredom. The book will feature photography from at least five previous Quiver books, giving the reader the sense that this is the most comprehensive sex games book out there, and the only one they need on their shelf. The Sex Games Bible will revive a couple’s sex life again—or add to a single’s sex arsenal—providing readers with 100 ideas and games that they either: 1) never thought of before, or 2) thought of, but were too embarrassed or shy to mention to their partner. Each game is fun and playful and provides you with clear, uncomplicated directions and ideas.
G-D doesn' exist – So I guess no one loves you
I WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Jeff was responsible for domestic violence.
He thought people who hit their wives would be bikies or big truck-drivers covered in tattoos.
But Jeff turned out to be very wrong in regards to this matter …
Memories of my childhood
The memories of my childhood are mostly happy ones.
Although you couldn’t say I had a Christian upbringing, my parents believed God existed … He was up there and we were down here … just do the right thing and mind your own business.
I suppose my father’s only vice was his drinking, which was a problem for my parent’s marriage more than anything else.
My father was not an abusive drunk, but I remember watching him falling asleep in the armchair every night after drowning his soul in his daily amber fluid.
After a certain time of the night, you just knew not to bother trying to talk sense to him.
Mum didn’t like it, but she played the game and like kids do, I just thought all families were like mine.
Just waiting to be told good news
I received Jesus as my personal Saviour at a Scripture Union camp at the age of 14 and it was a very deep and lasting commitment.
My parents were like me; just waiting for someone to tell them about the Good News that Jesus died for their sins, and so their conversions soon followed.
Dad gave up the bottle and he and Mum tried to learn a new way of relating to each other after so many years of co-dependency.
Jane had been the ‘apple of my eye’ since I met her at the age of fifteen at another Scripture Union camp.
It was not love at first sight for her, but after about six years of friendship she came around to the idea and we were soon engaged.
I remember having a dream at that time that she was afraid I might hit her if I ever became angry enough with her.
The dream was so real to me that I asked her about it and whether she did ever have this kind of fear.
When she told me she did, I remember saying that ‘I thought wife bashers were the lowest scum, and that if I ever became one I would have to kill myself’.
Wrong attitudes lingered
Married life brought its challenges, and I soon learnt just how much my mother had previously been doing around the house for dad and I.
I had adopted my father’s attitude that the man was the lord of the household; only I had learnt to spiritualise and justify it with scriptures from the bible.
I can remember feeling very confronted by the concept that I was married even trapped at times.
I believed that I was the head and so I had better be in control of my wife and see that she behaved as a proper Christian should.
I was starting to realise that maybe I couldn’t do that. I was desperate for that sense of control … I had convinced myself that this control was the right way.
Learning the art of intimidation
We had bought a small business on the first day back from our honeymoon, and the stress was incredible.
We worked together every day, and went home to more relational stress every night.
I was very bossy and insisted on being the manager of the business and making all of the big decisions.
Jane became powerless. I could be very insulting when I wanted to convince her that something was right, and I learned to be intimidating when I needed to be.
There was probably always an unspoken threat of violence, but I will never forget the first time I hit her on the arm.
It was just light, but it was enough to cross the line and to assert myself in this new way which would become for me a life-controlling habit.
Out of control!
We were very active in our church.
I was a liturgical assistant, I was on the parish council, and I believed that one day I would study to become a priest.
We were active youth leaders, and had even gone overseas on a short-term mission to the Philippines with another church.
God had used us mightily, but back at home I was a different man. A man who would hold, slap and shake his wife in order to control her.
Unfortunately, I was actually the one out of control.
A turning point
After things became entrenched, we decided to seek counselling from our parish priest, but he did little to help us.
He merely added condemnation to the situation, but without any direction for change.
After trying a few other people who we thought could help us, we began to lose hope. We had begun going to a church where they were sure that responding to an altar call could fix anything if you had faith.
I had plenty of faith and so I resigned to the fact that as we prayed, things would get better.
Finally one day Jane and I had a big fight at work, and I threw a potato at her. Fortunately it missed her head and hit the wall very hard. It was a turning point.
My wife leaving me
I will never forget returning home that day to find an empty home; no Jane, just a note saying that she had had enough and that the terms of our relationship were no longer acceptable.
The Mark At Calvary – Wood Diorama, Partial Completion
There was a time when communities were ‘alive’ and one could enter another’s home, without knocking, to request a cup of sugar, etc. The streets in neighborhoods were always filled with people from all walks of life and children gave the adults the utmost respect -and looked up to our policemen, firemen and military as a symbol of security. Not today.
Churches were small and people were working and pulling together in unity. Now, churches are becoming larger (mega-churches) and people are becoming more illusive on the streets of our communities. The automobile has become our feet -even to pace down the street for a cup of coffee, or around the corner. A machine has become the substitute for our human communion – to cease the very command that Jesus told us TO DO… to love one another.
We find security in an automobile and alienate ourselves from each other; one of the reasons many relationships falter. Little time is spent having pure communion because we’re trapped in things, re: ipods, cellphones, cars, computers, etc., etc. But as a society, we’re brutal toward one another because of our eyes.
This work, when completed, will show our human side of life which didn’t change after this two thousand year event. Time and technology only advanced us, but we left our 1st grade mentality in the closet of time. Remember 1st grade? We cared and shared our lunches and games and didn’t look at the other child because of their flaws or ethnicity.
Jesus NEVER wanted us to divorce this characteristic; only to mature ‘there’. Can any minister or leader challenge this? NO! It’s a simple process that can’t be erased or sweetened; it can only be lived. We are an ignorant generation and it will eventually devour us if we seek not to choose and live wisdom which is the message…the true message.
bible games for adults