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Luke's chapter 17 story of Jesus healing the ten lepers --but only one returning to give thanks, is a wonderful sign to us of God's unconditional grace, and the grateful response we should give in return. It's also a story about those who are judged and excluded based on the world's assumptions about their worthiness. Supporting Members can view the creative lesson plans. Everyone can view the lesson summaries and Bible Background.

Rotation.org Writing Team Jesus Heals the Ten Lepers Leprosy Mission Art Workshop Summary of Activities Students will learn about the disease of leprosy and how it still infects children today, and construct a "piggy soda bottle coin bank." Then, following the example of Jesus , students will work to collect coins to purchase a pair of protective shoes for a leper via American Leprosy Missions. Leprosy is more than a symbol, it is a curable scourge that still affects children and poor...


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