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Throw Away Your Sins


Sin, Repentance, Purity, Temptation


Sheets of paper/ newspaper, one for each child

Masking tape

DURATION: Approximately 10 minutes


Crumple the sheets of paper/newspaper into balls according to the number of children in the room. Then divide
the children in to two to four teams, and have them stand at opposite sides. Mark the center of the floor with
masking tape to separate each team. Then have each child pick up one paper ball.


In this game, the paper balls represent sin, and the kids will pretend to throw these sins away. However, as they
throw them away, the kids on the other side of the room are throwing more back. Each team will throw the balls
(sins) to the opposite side and keep throwing any that come back. After about 30 seconds of throwing, the team
that has the least number of balls on their side will be the winner. Then switch the teams around and play again.


When we accept Jesus in our lives, he gives us the strength and help we need to get rid of all our sins. However,
being a Christian does not mean we are completely free of sins. Sometimes there are temptations, such as envy,
anger, disobedience, and other garbage of which we need to be aware. These come in different forms and ways,
to turn our eyes away from Jesus. We know what these sins are and when they come our way, we need to throw
them away.

Colossians 1:13-15

For He rescued us from the domain of darkness, and transferred us to the kingdom of His beloved Son, in
whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins. He is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of
all creation.

Ephisians 1:7-8

In Him we have redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of our trespasses, according to the riches of His
grace which He lavished on us.
Free from Evil

Evil, Healing, Sin, Repentance, Worldliness


24 Index cards
Masking tape


Approximately 15 minutes


Before class, prepare 12 index cards with verses and 12 index cards with a description of a sin as follows:

Psalm 81:15 Hate

Proverbs 10:4 Laziness
Proverbs 14:30 Envy
Mark 3:29 Blasphemy
Luke 12:15 Greed
1 Corinthians 10:7 Idolatry
2 Corinthians 12:21 Impurity
Ephesians 5:18 Drunkenness
Philippians 2:3 Selfish Ambition
Colossians 3:8 Anger, Rage, and Malice
Colossians 3:9 Lying
James 5:12 Swearing


4 teams

Have one person per group pass out an index card with a verse to each person. Have another volunteer stand in
the center of each team, and tape the index cards displaying a sin on his or her clothing in various places. The
volunteer will have the appearance of one covered in sin. You can instruct the rest of the youth to begin looking
up the verses, and read it several times. Then one at a time, have the children read their verse aloud, find the
referenced sin on the volunteer standing in the center, and rip it off.
Relate how God can remove all of our sins, no matter how many we have and no matter how bad they are. He
loves us very much and will forgive us if we truly repent of all our sins. Everyone is called to holiness,
recognize your mistakes and sins, if you fall dont give up and always trust in the Lord.