Tools for Mentoring
 

Relationship Builders

Introductions
Name Games
History Telling Activities
History Telling Questions
Tell About Your Past Week/Event
Member in the Spotlight
Affirmations
Asking Questions Games
Trust Building Games
Large Group Games

 

Introductions

Introduce Yourself Variations:


Information Gathering
Have people pair up and discover as much information as they can about each other in three minutes (full name, where they are from, major/job, favorite class or aspect of job, hobbies/interests, family facts). Then, the pairs introduce each other to the rest of group using all the information they learned.

Nuts & Bolts
Have nuts and bolts of different sizes making sure they match. Give each person a nut or bolt. The participants then have to find who has their match. Once they have found their match, they tell each other about themselves. Then, join the group and introduce each other with the information they've discovered.

Demographics
The group decides among themselves what information they would like to find out about the members of the group (major, job, classes, hobbies, interests, birth place, etc.). Each member introduces herself according to the demographics chosen by the group.

 


More:

How to Lead a Small Group
Components of a Small Group
Small Group Guidelines
Practical Solutions to Common Small Group Dilemmas
Leading an Effective Discussion
Relationship Builders
Build Your Own Bible Study
Worship Ideas for Small Groups
Prayer Ideas for Small Groups
Praying with Others
Feedback for Discussion Facilitators

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