With Christmas and Easter being around the corner, you must be devastated trying to find a good game to keep the family entertained. Well, good for you, you’re about to find the perfect one in a glimpse! Faithful Laughter is a Christian party game, appropriate to be played by people who are 16+, preferably, but younger ones can play too because really, the content isn’t anything ill-suited.
Together with your family or friends, you’ll have some good laughs while talking about an angel choir rapping, Jesus giving pizzas and sodas to people, Noah’s ark being a board game about animal rescue, Joseph’s high-fashion coat, and such faithful things.
The humor in the cards is clean enough to play with anyone, however, we suggest that people who don’t like making such jokes, thinking they’re making fun of God, which really isn’t anything like that, skip this game, or watch other people play & have a blast.
Playing Faithful Laughter
Prior to discussing the rules, firstly, have you wondered why this hilarious card game is this cheap? Is there anything wrong with it? Absolutely not. The thing is, it’s a digital version, meaning, you have to print the cards and make your own game at a way more affordable price, plus, it delivers in a record time. To get the best out of it, use our printing guide and enjoy the process too.
Now, playing the game is pretty simple. One of you becomes the Card Czarm or however you want to call it, and reads a black card out loud. All the other people playing, who are dealt 7 white cards, must submit one of the cards in their hand, as a response to the black card. Continuing further, the Card Czar reads all white cards and picks their favorite, which gets one awesome point.
Whoever has the most points by the end of the game, wins! If you’d like to include some drinking, make sure to apply the drinking rules to Faithful Laughter.
The cards are indeed the most important part of this Christian party game, and all card games, to be fair. If you wanna check what content is included, take a look at the card examples below:
Imagine the animated movie that could come up from the lost sheep parable. Wouldn’t you watch it?
Could the Tower Of Babel really be used as a tourist attraction? We will never know, I guess.
Imagine you made a religious small group. What could you possibly discuss in your weekly gatherings?
Okay, we will provide some more cards. It’s fine.
- The Holy Spirit as the ultimate life coach.
- David writing Psalms as catchy pop songs.
- Jesus disciples forming a start-up company called ‘Miracles Inc.’
- Mary and Martha hosting a biblical cooking and cleaning show.
- Moses parting a crowded shopping mall during holiday sales.
- The Garden of Eden being featured in a home and garden magazine.
- The Sermon on the Mount given as a TED Talk.
- The story of Jonah inspiring a new submarine design.
- Peter walking on water, then trying to surf.
- Adam and Eve’s first argument over Apple vs. Android.
- King Solomon judging a reality TV talent show.
- The most memorable part of the pastor’s wedding speech was his advice about _____.
- In an effort to modernize, the church’s new stained glass windows depict scenes of _____.
- The most heated discussion in the church elders’ meeting was about _____.
- The children’s Sunday school lesson on humility unexpectedly turned into a conversation about _____.
- The church’s annual fundraiser added a unique event this year: a competition for the best _____.
- This Sunday’s scripture reading unexpectedly led to a discussion about the relevance of _____ in today’s world.
- A new ministry at church is dedicated to helping members deal with _____.