My Gift of Grace is a conversation game. In the box, you’ll find an instruction sheet, 47 Question Cards, and 32 Thank You Chips. During each turn, all the players have a chance to share their answers to the same question, trading chips as part of the game play.
Questions in the game cover a wide variety of topics about living and dying well, and games can last anywhere from 20 minutes to three hours or more.
The game can be played by families, co-workers, teams, strangers, or a mix of any of these. There are no age restrictions or experiences you need to have before you play. The game adjusts itself to the level of comfort of the players and to how long a group wishes to play.
But, a description of a game doesn’t really tell you what the experience is like. Reading the rules to Monopoly won’t tell you about the fights it might cause with your sister. You can read a library of books on poker and you won’t find the tall tale your best friend shares after the third hand. You can read our testimonials to get a taste of what kinds of conversations you’ll have with My Gift of Grace, but the best way to understand the game is to play it.
About the designers
Common Practice is a healthcare innovation company that focuses on one of the most pervasive problems in healthcare today: the avoided conversations about serious illness and death. Common Practice offers services to organizations that help staff, patients, and families have better conversations. Get in touch or visit our website to find out more.