David C Cook COVID-19 Response

Escape Route

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Materials Needed:

  • Internet access
  • Have you ever done an Escape Room before? (If any have been in an Escape Room, give them an opportunity to explain the scenario surrounding the challenge and whether they thought it was fun or frustrating, and if they want to try it again under different circumstances. If no one has participated in an Escape Room, let students tell what they know or have heard about them.)

Some people are really into Escape Rooms—whether they participate in every new one they come across or are into creating the rooms themselves. Here’s some strategies that you can put into practice next time you get a chance.

Share the following video [3:13]:
7 Tips to Beat Any Escape Room

Looking for a way out of an Escape Room can be a lot like trying to figure your way out of a sticky life experience—like a temptation.

  • What are a few typical scenarios where you or your peers might feel trapped by temptations you face? (Answers will vary but may include peer pressure to drink or do drugs, cheat on a test, disobey parents, look at pornography, etc.)

Being overwhelmed by temptation is a universal problem—but just like the Escape Rooms we were talking about, there is a way out! Today we are going to look at ways to escape and fight temptation successfully.

Looking for Steps 2 & 3?

You can find Steps 2 and 3 in your teacher’s guide. To purchase a teacher’s guide, please visit: Bible-in-Life or Echoes.

Materials Needed:

  • Internet access
  • Whiteboard and marker (or screenshared document)
  • Index cards
  • Pens/pencils

Spread the word

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