game takes place inside the city of Sychar and outside the
city near Jacob’s well. Children begin the game with
the task of finding Jacob’s well and preparing a
place there for Jesus to rest. Kids must find a shade
tree, remove the broken pots underneath, and then place a
mat at the base of the tree. Children watch a cinema of
John 4:5-6, as Jesus and his disciples walk into the area.
Jesus sits on the mat to rest, while the disciples
continue on into the city.
children are instructed to find the Samaritan woman at her
home. Upon finding her, she says, “I need to find my
water jar so that I can go to the well.” Children
will enjoy this search because it involves finding a way
to keep a set of hidden stairways from disappearing. They
can then climb the stairs to the top of a high column.
Sitting at the top is the Samaritan woman’s water
jar. They return it to her and then follow her to Jacob’s
well, where they watch a cinema of John 4:7, 9-11, and
13-15. They observe Jesus speaking with her about “living
kids are asked to find the disciples in the city. Once
found, children must help the disciples purchase bread at
the market place. Children then follow the disciples back
to Jesus, where they watch a cinema of John 4:27-28. The
children see the Samaritan woman leave the area and are
instructed to help her tell three people about Jesus. When
they find a person in the city, the Samaritan woman says,
“Come and see a man who told me everything I have
ever done! He cannot be the Messiah, can he?”
must then follow these people back to Jesus, where they
watch the final cinema of John 4:39-42. Children observe
the people speaking with Jesus and asking him to stay with
them. Kids must then find the Faith Focus before entering
the Bonus Round.
extra points, children can help a young boy retrieve his
water jar from a well on the other side of the city. Kids
retrieve other items like a plate, a fig, and a horn from
the well before finding the boy’s water jar. More
points are awarded for taking these other items back to
their rightful owners.