Robbery on a Roman Road
On the road to Jericho, Jake gets robbed and would have died if a kindly Samaritan hadn’t stopped to render assistance. Was this a random act of violence or planned revenge? Will he recover? Can the suspects figure it out before the Roman authorities intervene? The suspects are detectives in this almost murder mystery based on the parable of the Good Samaritan and featuring characters from other assorted parables.
Search for Wisdom
Imagine wise King Solomon has sent your group on a mission to find his missing wisdom by interviewing 7 characters who may or may not be telling the whole truth. Groups must use the Bible to discover where wisdom can be found without being duped by the fakes and frauds.
To Kill a King: Herod Antipas
Date: 39 A.D. Herod Antipas is throwing a big banquet with fine food, lavish entertainment and a number of unexpected guests. Which one killed him? Dossiers for 6-12 guests (and as many extras as you wish).
Can you solve the mystery?
All packages contain instructions, character dossiers and clues.
Armor of God
Based on Ephesians 6, participants interview a cast of Biblical characters to collect tokens that represent the six pieces of the Armor of God. But not all the Bible characters they meet tell the truth. Will they be able to discern who can be trusted? Dossiers for 12 characters.
Assassination on the Ancient Nile
Someone has tried to assassinate Pharaoh Futty-tut-tut and unless the suspects themselves figure out which one is behind the reprehensible act, pharaoh will execute them all. Character dossiers for 6 males and 6 females, clues, invitations, suggestions for Bible classes and youth groups.
Chariots of Death
First Julius Caesar is murdered and now Herod the Great. Right after the 4th and controversial chariot race. Who killed him? Add spice to Bible classes or youth group activities while immersing everyone in Roman customs of the first century. Dossiers for 6-13 players (and as many extras as you wish).
Jake’s Dead; who’s in the will?
When Jake Izakson's will is read, long standing family feuds and secrets are on the precipice of exploding. Is forgiveness possible? Based on the Genesis account of Joseph, this item can be used as either a mystery party game for 7-15 players or a script.
Murder at Midday - based on the assassination of King Saul's son in 2 Samuel 4. Roles for 4 women and 2-5 men plus extras.
Murder in Moab is a role playing party game activity. Someone has assassinated King Egghead and it’s up to you to figure out whodunit. Players are suspects and investigators in this murder which is loosely based on the events in Judges 3
Murder Times 13
Various murderers in the Bible are brought together when one of them has killed again. Can the others figure out who the killer is and keep themselves from being his or her next victim? Characters include: Abimeleck, Athaliah, Cain, David, Herodias, Herod the Great, Jezebel, Joash, Manasseh, Moses, Saul, Pharaoh, Zimri.
Persian Palace Poisonings
Who tried to assassinate King Xerxes? The list is long on suspects but short on answers. This mystery party game is an engaging way to study life in the Persian Empire. Each guest serves as both a suspect and investigator.
What would it be like to be part of the persecuted church in the First Century or in parts of the world today? This package explores that reality and includes activities, Bible study, a LARP like role play, reader's theater and choral reading scripts and more.
- Fools for Christ
- Holiday scripts
- Short skits & monologues
- Full length scripts
- Interactive drama activities
- Choral readings
- Readers theater
- Teacher resources
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- Fools for Christ Blog
- Mesa Murder Mysteries
- Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy
- Joshua, Judges, Ruth
- Samuel Kings Chronicles