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Ellen White for Teens by Seth J. Pierce

Ellen White for Teens

by Seth J. Pierce

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OK, so what do you know about Ellen White? The question was fairly innocuous a simple query about a historical person posed to a group of teenagers in a Bible class. I stood at the front of the room, ready to write their responses on the smart board. What followed was a torrent of wild answers that scarcely seemed to be about the same person, or any person for that matter. To my great delight, the students rewarded me with a biographical sketch that belonged in a game of Mad Libs: She hated bread. Cheese is poison. Stopped breathing during visions. She was a bazillion years old. Wrote a lot of books. Didn t like black pepper. Didn t like tea. She was hit by a rock. Seth Pierce does it again! In Ellen White for Teens, he takes a challenging topic and explores it with insight, wisdom, and humor in a language that teens will understand. Topics include: Did Ellen Ever Make Mistakes? What s the Difference Between Her Books and the Bible? Are You Gonna Eat That? Ellen and Us Seth writes, My prayer is that you will become a friend of Ellen s. You may find her challenging, aggravating, beautiful, confusing, or inspiring or all of these at the same time but that s true of anybody we have a close relationship with. Above all, I hope you hear a voice that will point you to Jesus. Her voice matters, and I hope you can begin to hear it in the pages of this book.

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