K-12 Lessons | Ellen G. White Estate
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Grade: Grade 9 and 10
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Jesus-focused Learning (9-10) Grade 9 and 10
  • Reading Story—"Time for School" A young, recent Adventist convert, Goodloe Harper Bell, began teaching a group of fourteen boys English grammar. Soon, Mr. Bell was asked to start a Christian school, paving the way for other Seventh-day Adventist schools. This tiny school eventually grew to become Battle Creek College, then Emmanuel Missionary College, and eventually Andrews University.
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God's Messengers Part 2 Grade 9 and 10
  • Reading Story 2—"Write It Down" While attending the funeral of a friend, Ellen White was given a vision about the great controversy between Christ and Satan. God told her to write down what she was shown. She was warned that Satan would try to stop her from accomplishing this, but that angels would help her prevail.
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Grade: Grade 11 and 12
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A Call to Stand Apart. Chapter 6 Grade 11 and 12

The Answer Lies in the Soul traces correlations between the experience of the sower planting seed and the life of a person exposed to gospel truth. The young Christian is given specific factors that help "grow" the spiritual life, as well as conditions that stunt spiritual growth.

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A Call to Stand Apart(full lesson) Grade 11 and 12

Introduction A Call to Stand Apart—Challenging Young Adults to Make An Eternal Difference. Selections from the Writings of Ellen G. White; a paraphrase.
 
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A Call to Stand Apart. Chapter 17 Grade 11 and 12

Authority of Scripture cuts through the maze of modern and post-modern ambivalence to identify the authority of Scripture. Nothing energizes the mind and strengthens the intellect more than study of the Word of God. The Bible is God's voice, speaking to the heart and mind of every young Christian.

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A Call to Stand Apart. Chapter 12 Grade 11 and 12

How to Handle Doubts and Confusion centers on ways to overcome doubts about God and secure assurance of personal salvation. The Christian's approach to Scripture is one of faith and reason, rather than centered on feeling or emotion. Some perplexities may not be fully resolved until eternity.

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A Call to Stand Apart. Chapter 7 Grade 11 and 12

How to Pray describes the elements of conversation between God and the young disciple (prayer). The chapter expands the concepts of the privilege of prayer, and outlines the conditions of answered prayer.

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A Call to Stand Apart. Chapter 1&2 Grade 11 and 12

Beginnings; Jesus as a Young Child and Adult is an overview of Jesus' origins and His life as a child and teen. Parallels are drawn to Christ's experience and the experience of youth today. Particular emphasis is given to Jesus' developing character and His recognition of the value of every person.

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A Call to Stand Apart. Chapter 13 Grade 11 and 12

Relationships uses two letters from Ellen White addressed to specific youth to show Scriptural principles that guide relationships between young men and young women. Here Ellen White's style is more suggestive than prescriptive, and shows her proclivity toward persuasion rather than coercion.

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A Call to Stand Apart. Chapter 8 Grade 11 and 12

How to Have Faith is a short essay on what faith is and how to obtain it. There is particular emphasis on freedom from guilt and the peace God offers every believing, repentant young Christian.

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