Bible Trivia Game

Homemade Bible Jeopardy


With Christmas and New Year’s just around the corner, I thought I’d share a game we absolutely love. My family is really, really big on Bible quizzes, puzzles and games. I created this game many, many years back and we have been enjoying it ever since. It’s such a fun way to get the whole family together and play. Can you believe it, my parents, are the biggest fans! They are always asking to play. (Unfortunately, they are not very good at following the rules (lol) but it’s so fun watching them.) My father is really good at Bible Trivia, as is my mother. I tell you, it’s rather fun watching the competitive side of them come out.

These rules were created by me, therefore, may be altered to fit your family’s preferences.

This is REALLY fun for youth functions or ladies get-together. 🙂


You need a leader and scorekeeper. It’s best if it’s not the same person. If you have someone who doesn’t really care for Bible questions and will not play, assign them to keep score. This way they are still a part of the fun.

Divide everyone into equal teams. (Ex: If you have 24 people, it’s best to do 4 groups of 6, rather than 8 groups of 3. Or if you have 12 people, 3 groups of 4 is better than 2 groups of 6. The least we have played with is 6 and that worked out just fine, 2 groups of 3.)

To start the game, the leader thinks of a number and writes it down on a small piece of paper from 1 through 10. Each team then writes down their guess. The team with the closest number to the leader’s number starts the game.

Each teammate will take a turn in each round. So say we have 9 players (3 groups of 3 in a group). First time around, player 1 will go in group 1. Then player 1 in group 2 and finally player 1 in group three. Then the remaining players.


The lesser the number, the easier the question. With 100 being the easiest and 500 most challenging.

The player names the category and level of difficulty (so “People for 300”). The leader removes the number from the category, this way you know which questions have been asked. (I re-use our board so I just fold the tape over so it won’t stick to another piece of paper.)

The question is read, if the player knows the answer, he answers the question. The room must remain quiet (if a teammate blurts out the answers, they lose the points). If he answers correctly, he scores points for their team. If the answer is incorrect, they points are deducted.

If the question is asked and the player doesn’t want to risk answering because he doesn’t know the answer, he can say group talk. You then talk quietly with your group. If you then answer the question and it is correct, you get half the points. If you answer and the question incorrectly, you are deducted half the points. If you discussed with your group and you still don’t know, you may “pass” the question and no points will be added/deducted from your team.

If a player gets the question wrong. The team up next can try to answer the question. If they get the answer correct, they score half the points. If the answer is incorrect, they are deducted half the points. If the second team still doesn’t know you keep moving on to the next team. You do this until all teams have gone. If all teams have gone and the answer still isn’t answered you can go around the teams one more time and no points will be deducted if the answer is wrong, however, if they do get the right answer, they get half the points.

When landing on a double jeopardy. If the player answers the question correctly, he gets double the points. If the answer is incorrect, double points are taken away. Once he asks for group talk, the double jeopardy no longer applies.


Print Numbers (HERE)

Print Bible Trivia Name (HERE)

Print Categories (HERE)

Questions 1- Bible Questions and Answers – English (HERE)

Bible Questions and Answers – Russian (HERE)

Questions 2- Bible questions and Answers – English (HERE)

NEW Questions 3- Bible questions and Answers – English (HERE)

Cut everything out. With a small piece of tape, tape everything to a poster board.

Double Trivia: Randomly in each category, draw a start or something under a number (with a pencil so it is not noticeable). So say in the People category it will be under 200, Places 400 etc.

Now you are set to play.:)

ENJOY friends. I think you will absolutely LOVE the game.

Note: You can do less or more categories. Sometimes instead of Miscellaneous Bible questions, I will do sports or health questions or even History or Science.

If you do the first game and you absolutely love it, you can e-mail me and I will send you a new set of questions. 🙂 [email protected]

Similar Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


  1. Hi! Thank you so much for posting. This is an awesome game to play during holiday gatherings. The only thing the link to the questions and answers isn’t there.

    1. Elena, THANK YOU so much for catching that. You’re so sweet.
      I hope you try it and enjoy it as much as we do. 🙂 🙂

    2. Thank you Elena, got those fixed. 🙂
      Cannot wait for you to try this. You guys are going to have so much fun… Have a wonderful and blessed time together.

  2. Love this so so much! I was actually looking for a game for our family on Christmas eve! The only problem is I don’t see the link to the questions/answers? I will leave my email if you could please please email???

    1. Lana,
      THANK YOU. Got that fixed, try again.
      Oh I am so so excited to you to try this with your family. You are going to have so much fun.. <3
      Hoping this brings you all closer together and you learn some new Bible questions.. 🙂

  3. Valechka,
    Oh my, you are so creative my friend!!!!! Thank you for sharing! We will be playing this game in our family for sure. 🙂

    1. Tanyush,
      You are oh so sweet, making me blush here. 🙂 Thank you.. I do have a creative side to me, not sure that that’s a good thing. My poor husband is constantly needing to re-do things around the house because I have a brand new idea where something should be moved to, haha. He secretly loves it!
      I sure hope you enjoy it as much as our family. Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones.

  4. Hi, this game is a favorite for family gatherings for sure! Can you send me the other set of questions you have? Thanks so much:))

  5. Just wanted to say we played this at Christmas and it was a HUGE hit. Everyone is so excited to play again, lol. Thank you so much. Can I get new questions?

  6. Great ideea for family gathering together. We definitely play this game for new year ever. If you can please send me more options. And please send me also if you have more biblical games. Thank you!

    1. Anna, this is soo soo fun to play. I hope you guys enjoy it. I’d love to hear feedback from your family.
      I definetely have other games I have I can tell you about that we LOVE. I made myself a note to send you an e-mail after New Years. 🙂
      E-mail sent with new questions. Be blessed.

  7. Hi Valya,

    Thank you so much for sharing this game. It is one of my favorite games. 🙂 Could you please email me more questions when you get a chance? Thanks!

    1. Hi Irinka,
      That’s awesome. So glad to hear that. A new set of questions has been e-mailed to you :).

  8. Hello Valentina,

    Thank you for the game. Can you please email me some more biblical games that you may have? Looking forward to your reply.

    Thanks again!

    1. Hello. Thanks so much for this great resource. We are loving it. Could you please send me another set of questions? Thanks so much.

      1. Linda, I am so happy to hear that. Check back this weekend, I will post a few more sets of questions for you to enjoy :).. Thank you for visiting.

  9. Hi Valentina ! Can you please email me a new set of questions please. Thank you ! Love it. And love your blog!

    1. Thanks so much for visiting our blog, Galya. Sorry, it took forever to reply, we were without service on vacation. I’m so glad I am not the only one that loves this games. Especially during the Holiday gatherings – SO FUN! I attached a new set of questions in the post. I’ll upload few more sets of questions before Christmas week. 🙂

    1. That’s awesome. So happy you enjoy it as much as we do! <3 Check back next week. I will put up a few new set of questions.

    1. Hi Olga,
      I am currently on a mission trip, as soon as I get back (next week), I’ll upload a new set of questions. I have a few sets, just forgot to upload them before I left. 🙂 Thanks for visiting.

  10. Love to have more of these questions an. d answers. The last Sunday of the month we play jeopardy. Thanks in advance.

    1. How neat, Linda.
      We are away on a little trip now, once we get back, I will e-mail you more questions.

    1. Hi there, Mrs. Villarreal. I’m so glad you enjoyed the game. Not sure what you mean by what were the questions you asked. Have a most blessed day!

  11. Hi. I really love your game but where it’s telling me to print the free printables I am not figuring out how to get it to my printer. Can you help, please?!?!?!

    1. Alicia, when you click on any of the print (HERE), the print screen should open up in a new tab and all you would do is press the print button of control+p together. If you are still having difficulties, you can email me and I’ll send those over for you. 🙂 (e-mail is valentina (at) valentinascorner (dot) com

  12. This is a great idea, however I’m not seeing questions about animals and things. Do I need to look elsewhere for those? Thanks

    1. Hello, Melinda. We agree, it is such a fun game. We are currently working on many more questions to be posted. 🙂 Stop back soon.