You hold up a $20 dollar bill and ask if anyone wants it. They will all raise their hands and beg for it. Then you crumple the bill up and say well it is not perfect anymore do you still want it? The kids will still raise there hands. Then put it on the ground and step on it and rub it into the ground. Ask again if they want it. They will still raise there hands. Now, rip it a little and ask again. This time tell them this bill is crumpled, stepped on, and torn…do you still want it. The kids will still raise there hands and you explain from there that the bill represents their lives. They started out new and crisp and clean, but over the years they become crumpled, and stepped on and torn up (give examples about some of the sin in their life) but that God still wants you. No matter how crumpled up, stepped on and torn up you are God still wants you.