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February 4, 2005

The Fast Game IT’s BACK!

I have finally found a new supplier for the FaSt game. In case you you don’t know what it is. The FaSt game has been called many things over the years, A non book version of church, Church as a board game, a discipleship tool, the alternative to alt worship. Having sold out a while back I have had a number of people request copies but in my usual disorganised style, never kept a record. So if you want a copy, and you want to try and do Church in a whole new way with young people get in touch soon because I am sure we will run out fast again. The price for the new run will be £32 + p&p. If you want to know about the faSt game then there is a link on the right hand side or below which has info and a review.

For those of you who are working to the detached strategy and have reached relational expressions of church and want to explore this with your young people then the FaSt game would be an ideal resource. If you are experimenting with new forms of church and want to try something completly out of the box, we have been using the FaSt game for church at home for some time now and find it works really well in informal settings. Other people have taken the game into prisons, youth groups, drop in, and on buses. I currently have 20 units available but have a deal with the supplier so I can take advance orders as well if they run out too quickly.

This item was posted by Richard Passmore

posted to Ideas,Youthwork @ 4:30 pm


  • At 3:12 pm on May 2, 2005, archivecomments commented:

    Anonymous said…

    Highly chuffed to find myself on your blog roll, thanks!
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  • At 3:57 pm on May 27, 2005, Mark commented:

    I would well reccommend the FaSt game to anyone – I’ve used it with youth groups, and also my adult home group – it’s easily adaptable for different contexts, and opens up the Bible or other life issues in an amazing way.

    It’s challenging, thought provoking, enlightening – and fun too! It helps you discover more about yourself, and the others who are playing, too.

    It’s a resource that doesn’t get boring.

  • At 12:14 pm on February 18, 2006, SUNDAY PAPERS pingbacked:

    […] A sample from the project outline is below. The project came about through reflecting on the links between the detached work I have done before which resulted in what we then called relational based expressions of church, developing stuff like the FaSt game and how since the growth in the emerging church scene and changing understanding people have around what is church that it was time to look at what we can learn from one another. It connected with some my questions about the how truly missional in nature of some the emerging expressions were which is why I love Rev TC phrase. […]

  • At 10:30 am on June 30, 2007, » Blog Archive » the fast game pingbacked:

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  • At 8:52 am on April 1, 2009, Doug commented:

    HI Rich,
    looking at getting your fast game…

    How you doing? Life in SA is hectic but good!

    loving the incarnational life in the townships…

    Keep safe

  • At 9:58 am on April 1, 2016, the fast game | Annie Porthouse pingbacked:

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