With gloved hands, Will and Linda carefully position four "people" tokens (one red, one yellow, one black, and one white) and one die into a little zip-lock bag, 100 at a time. We chose red, yellow, black and white tokens shaped like people to represent the well-known song "Jesus loves the little children; all the children of the world: red and yellow, black and white, they are precious in his sight. Jesus loves the little children of the world!"
Boxes and game boards are constructed in batches of five or ten, the glossy paper being glued to the blank box and board with spray adhesive. The room must be well ventilated so nobody gets woosy! The box becomes the "church treasury" with places on the bottom of the box to store extra money, and sections inside the lid to put money from spinning "Time to Tithe" or drawing a "Give to Mission" card from one of the card stacks.
Irma collates stacks of information brochures from various mission agencies to help players decide how to use the money they amassed as they played Presbyopoly for Youth and Adults. Some congregations use the play money to represent real money (dollar-for-dollar; ten cents on the dollar; any amount you choose) to raise money to support their own designated mission project.