K-12 Lessons | Ellen G. White Estate
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Grade: Grade 11 and 12
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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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A Call to Stand Apart. Chapter 3 Grade 11 and 12

Jesus' Ministry Begins With a Party focuses on Christ's first act in public ministry, the marriage in Cana where He turned water into wine, and clarifies the symbolism of various elements linked to Christ's first miracle.

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A Call to Stand Apart. Chapter 14 Grade 11 and 12

Wellness discusses the benefits of healthy choices through the narrative of Daniel and his friends in the court of Babylon. The extraordinary success of Daniel and his colleagues demonstrates what God will do for every young person who seeks Him with the whole heart, remaining self controlled and focused by the power of God.

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A Call to Stand Apart. Chapter 9 Grade 11 and 12

Preparing to Die is the first part of a trilogy on the passion of Christ. The focus is on Gethsemane and the alienation Christ felt from His Father and friends for choosing to sacrifice Himself—so that every person would have the opportunity to accept eternal life.

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A Call to Stand Apart. Chapter 4 Grade 11 and 12

You Can Come Home Anytime puts the story of the prodigal son into language specifically chosen to help youth recognize the futility of a life separated from God. The concluding paragraph is an appeal to return to Jesus, regardless of the "mess" of one's present circumstances.

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A Call to Stand Apart. Chapter 15 Grade 11 and 12

Social Justice demonstrates Ellen White's powerful calls for social justice and acts of compassion for those who have the least in society. To youth looking for meaning in life amid the increasing discrepancy between "haves" and "have nots," this chapter has particular relevance.

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A Call to Stand Apart. Chapter 10 Grade 11 and 12

Cruel Crucifixion recounts the pathos of the crucifixion event, including Christ's forgiveness in the face of agony. It describes the separation from His Father and the weight of guilt from the world's sins. He suffered so that every young person could one day experience the joy of heaven.

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