Do you play Testimony Bingo? For the uninitiated, it goes like this: At the start of F&T meeting, everyone in the group draws a box with 9 squares (3×3) on a piece of paper. Then each person puts one name of a member of the congregation in each box. You can’t use yourself or the person who’s conducting, but you can use anyone else who is present at the meeting (whole books could be written about the strategy of name placement). Then, throughout the meeting, if anyone on your sheet of paper takes the mic, you can cross off that square. First person with three in a row wins, unless someone else gets a blackout (meaning they cross off all their squares). You can decide ahead of time what the winner gets as a prize. It makes F&T meeting a lot of fun, but please, please: no wagering; prizes should be of the non-cash variety. Do you play this game or any others during church meetings? Does it enhance or detract from your experience?