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New Zealand

Schools Catalogue 2021

Since 1922

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Next year, CEP will have been around for 100 years— no small feat for an Aussie publisher. Whatever the season or challenge, CEP is continuing its tradition to serve teachers and their students with quality, contemporary resources.

Dear friend, 2020 will not be forgotten quickly. The circumstances of the year so far have forced everyone—you as educators and us as publishers— to rethink our efficacy in the face of tremendous logistical and technological challenges. There was very little time to prepare. Online learning systems and devices had formerly been a matter of preference wedded to school demographics, learning culture and history. Suddenly, they became imperative. From March it was clear to us at CEP, through the hundreds of schools we were in contact with, that many teachers were working extraordinary hours as they wrestled with the systems neccessary to care for and educate their students in isolation for an indeterminable period. Best practice pedagogy has never been more difficult than over this recent period and the many calls and emails we receive indicate that our products and systems are working for you and continue to make your life easier. This gives us great joy. It is always our

Welcome 2021

intention to assist you in making your subject the most engaging in the school week. May God continue to bless your work—this year and beyond. The team at CEP

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Primary—Years 1–7__________________________________4 Curriculum overview_________________________________ 5 cepconnect.co.nz____________________________________ 6 Hello God!___________________________________________ 7 Beginning with God_________________________________8 Connect_____________________________________________ 9 Big Questions______________________________________ 10 Secondary—Years 8–13_____________________________ 11 Curriculum overview________________________________ 12 cepteacherslounge.com____________________________ 18 Finding Your Way___________________________________ 19 Mistaken Identity?_________________________________ 20 Another Dimension_________________________________ 21 The Psalms_________________________________________22 War of the Spirit World______________________________23 Your Sneaking Suspicions?__________________________24 The Jesus Foundation series (Stage 4)_______________25 Think Faith (Stage 4)________________________________26 You: An Introduction________________________________27 If I Were God I’d End All the Pain____________________28 The Jesus Foundation series (Stage 5)_______________29 Think Faith (Stage 5)_______________________________ 30 No Turning Back____________________________________ 31 The Good, the Bad and the Ethical__________________32 Life in the Past Lane________________________________33 The Resurrection__________________________________ 34 A Spectator’s Guide to World Views_________________35 A Spectator’s Guide to World Religions______________36

Contents 2021

Hope for a Shattered World_________________________37 The Cross___________________________________________38 The Spirit___________________________________________39 John 10:10_________________________________________ 40 Ordering___________________________________________ 41

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Primary Years 1–7

Romans 8:38 (CEV) From Connect Cycle B, see page 9.

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I am sure that nothing can separate us from God’s love.


Curriculum overview Years 1–7

Year 7 Preschool

Year 1

Big Questions

Hello God

Beginning with God

An alternative for the last year of primary,

An introduction

A one-year, stand-alone

Term 1 and 2 focus on God and Jesus,

to the Christian

program of 40 lessons

who they are, what they have done

faith, exploring

covering the unfolding

and what this means for people today.

God’s character,

plans of God throughout

Terms 3 and 4 study what it means

world and promises

the whole Bible with a

to be a Christian and how Christians

through Jesus.

special focus on Jesus.

should deal with today’s problems.

Years 2–3

Years 4–5

Years 6–7

Connect Cycle B

Connect Cycle B

Connect Cycle B

40 lessons per year

Covers the same passages

Covers the same passages

presented in two

as Stage 1 but at a Stage 2

as Stage 1 but at a Stage 3

semesters, B1 and B2.

learning level.

learning level.

Term 1 studies Jesus’ life from Luke’s Gospel,

Term 3 looks at the promises given to Moses

continually asking, ‘Who is Jesus?’ as his

and Joshua and shows how they are fulfilled

teaching and healing point to the revelation

in Jesus and are for all people at all time.

that he is the fulfilment of all God’s promises.

Term 4 looks at the Christian gospel through

Term 2 looks at the promises made to

Romans showing that we cannot earn God’s

Abraham and shows how these promises were

favour, rather it is a gift given freely through

ultimately given to all people through Jesus.

faith in Jesus, God’s risen Son.

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Hello God! Preschool

Hello God! introduces preschool children aged 3–5 to the Christian faith. It uses both Old and New Testament passages to explore themes such as God’s character, his world and promises, and what it means to trust him. Semester 1 focuses on the themes of ‘Who is God? Who is Jesus?’ and ‘God and his world’. Semester 2 examines the themes of ‘Trusting God and living for him’ and ‘God keeps his promises’. Both semesters use a balance of Old and New Testament passages. The program includes coloured posters, ideas for prayers and memory verses and a CD of ageappropriate songs and movement music.

Duration layer-group

40 lessons per year offered in two semesters

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Teacher’s pack (includes Teacher’s manual and Visual aids) 

$64.00 each

Semester 1   Code 3100   Semester 2  Code 3103 Child’s component (physical units) 

$3.70 each

Semester 1 Unit 1  Code 3101   Semester 1 Unit 2  Code 3102 Child’s component (one time digital file) 

$24.00

Semester 2 Unit 1  Code E3104   Semester 2 Unit 2  Code E3105

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Beginning with God Year 1

Over 470,000 sold

Beginning with God is a one-year, stand-alone program which paints a big picture of the God of all creation and his unfolding plans through the Bible, culminating in Jesus. Students will learn that God loves them, made them with purpose and value, and wants them to know and love him too. They will also learn some of Jesus’ teaching, the things he did, and why his death and resurrection is so important to Christians. Beginning with God is the perfect introduction to the Bible and the Christian faith for kindergartenaged students. Songs, dramas and sound effects are also included with the manual, while slides for song words and prayers are available at cepconnect.co.nz

Duration layer-group

40 lessons (1 years’ worth) in a single volume

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Scope and sequence + online samples cepstore.co.nz/bwg

$64.00

Teacher’s manual  Code 17011

Teacher’s Pack (includes the manual, CD and Visual aids) 

$86.00

Code 17013 Visual Aid Pack (includes the images in digital format)  Code 17000 Student handbook 

$6.70 each

Code 17012

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$51.00


Connect Years 2–7

Over 5.85 million 2021 is sold Connect Cycle B

Connect is a three-year rotating curriculum covering Stages 1, 2 and 3. Across the six years of primary school students will work their way through the program twice, returning to familiar passages in their later years but at a deeper learning level. Hence, by the end of primary, students will have worked through the entire biblical story twice. With nearly 6 million student handbooks sold over the past 20 years, Connect is a proven pedagogical wonder, suitable for use and adaptation in a wide variety of classroom settings, teaching styles and student abilities. A wealth of additional online support material is available for Connect at cepconnect.co.nz FREE SIGN-UP!

Duration layer-group

40 lessons per year offered in two semesters (B1 and B2)

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Scope and sequence + online samples cepstore.co.nz/connect

Teacher’s manuals 

$51.00 each

Infants B1 (Semester 1)  Code 18311   Infants B2 (Semester 2)  Code 18411 Lower Primary B1  Code 18321   Lower Primary B2  Code 18421 Upper Primary B1  Code 18331   Upper Primary B2  Code 18431 Student handbooks 

$4.50 each

Infants B1 (Semester 1)  Code 18312   Infants B2 (Semester 2)  Code 18412 Lower Primary B1  Code 18322   Lower Primary B2  Code 18422 Upper Primary B1  Code 18332   Upper Primary B2  Code 18432 Visual Aid pack (includes the images in digital format) 

$51.00 each

B1 (Semester 1)  Code 18300   B2 (Semester 2)  Code 18400

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Big Questions Year 7

Over 265,000 sold

Big Questions is offered as an alternative to Upper Primary Connect for the final year of primary. It uses an open questioning style of learning where students are encouraged to think over and share their own opinions about ideas and teachings from the Bible, how they intersect with our culture and what they mean to them. Some teaching outcomes you can expect to see are: » knowledge and understanding, in relation to: •

God, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, ourselves and others, the world and the sources of knowledge about God

» skills, in relation to: •

investigation, communication, participation and application

» values and attitudes, in relation to: •

trusting God through Christ, culture and the world, social justice, stewardship and ecology.

Additional online support material is available for Big Questions at cepconnect.co.nz. Free sign-up!

Duration layer-group

40 lessons per year offered in two semesters

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Scope and sequence + online samples cepstore.co.nz/bq

Teacher’s manual 

$51.00 each

Semester 1  Code 3201   Semester 2  Code 3202 Student magazine 

$6.30 each

Semester 1  Code 3211   Semester 2  Code 3212

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Secondary Years 8–13

Catherine Booth co-founder of the Salvation Army From Another Dimension see page 21.

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We are made for larger ends than Earth can encompass. Oh, let us be true to our exalted destiny.


Curriculum overview Years 8–9

War of the

The Jesus

Another

Spirit World

Foundation series

Finding Your Way

Dimension

Examines and

3 titles that examine

A complete

The Sermon on the

puts into its proper

the radical life

Bible overview

Mount has some of

place all the ‘weird’

that Jesus led,

from Genesis to

Jesus’ most famous

supernatural stuff

how all scripture

Revelation, putting

and toughest

with a biblical

foreshadowed and

every major event

teachings. This is

understanding

was fulfilled in him,

and personality

what it looks like to

of the reality of

and the nature of

in context.

follow him.

the universe.

the Christian life.

Mistaken Identity?

The Psalms

Your Sneaking

Think Faith

An examination

Seven psalms show

Suspicions?

8 fully digitised

of the claims of

the timeless joy that

Humourous, yet

units of 8 lessons

Jesus, his profound

music and poetry

weighty examination

each—enough

teachings, why

offer as a form of

of how the idea of

for all of Years 8

he went where

worship. These

God generally, and

and 9. Topics cover

he did, who he

ancient songs have

the Christian faith

various books and

chose to speak to

much to teach

specifically, holds

personalities of the

and, critically, the

us in our modern

up even in our

Bible and the nature

significance of it all.

circumstances.

modern culture.

of the Christian life.

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Curriculum overview Years 10–11 You: An War of the

Introduction

Another

Spirit World

Identifies the

Finding Your Way

Dimension

Examines and

various ways

A complete

The Sermon on the

puts into its proper

individuals establish

Bible overview

Mount has some of

place all the ‘weird’

a sense of identity

from Genesis to

Jesus’ most famous

supernatural stuff

and makes a case

Revelation, putting

and toughest

with a biblical

for discovering a

every major event

teachings. This is

understanding

purpose deeper and

and personality

what it looks like to

of the reality of

more life-affirming

in context.

follow him.

the universe.

than any other.

Mistaken Identity?

The Psalms

Your Sneaking

An examination

Seven psalms show

Suspicions?

of the claims of

the timeless joy that

A humourous, yet

Jesus, his profound

music and poetry

weighty examination

teachings, why

offer as a form of

of how the idea of

he went where

worship. These

God generally, and

he did, who he

ancient songs have

the Christian faith

chose to speak to

much to teach

specifically, holds

and, critically, the

us in our modern

up even in our

significance of it all.

circumstances.

modern culture.

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Curriculum overview Years 10–11

If I Were God, I’d End All the Pain

The Good, the Bad

An autobiographical

and the Ethical

The Resurrection

journey, beginning

A comprehensive

The central claim of

with a very real

look at ethical

Christianity is much

cry of ‘Why?’ and

systems of thought,

more than just an

leading, step by

the problems of evil

intellectual idea.

step, to a Christian

and living a good

If substantiated, it

understanding of

life, and the Christian

consigns all other

the cross.

response to both.

ideas to the margins.

No Turning Back

Life in the Past Lane

A Spectator’s Guide

Explores the six

Studies the growth,

to World Views

timeless biblical

conflicts, major

Examines numerous

themes of Ephesians

figures and events of

systems of thought

forgiveness, light and

the church for better

while challenging

darkness, a place to

or worse from Acts

students to look

belong, grace, our

until the present day.

at the internal

heavenly inheritance

consistencies and

and new life.

logical outworkings of their own.

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Curriculum overview Years 10–11

The Cross A Spectator’s Guide

Through the

The Jesus

to World Religions

execution of Jesus,

Foundation series

The essential

every theme and

2 titles that look at

questions of God,

promise in the

John, Jesus’ five bold

purpose, eternity and

Bible is made real

‘I am’ statements,

right and wrong, are

and complete.

and an historical

examined through

Here we see God’s

portrait of the life,

the historical lenses of

love and character

time and place

the five great faiths.

most clearly.

of Jesus.

Hope for a

The Spirit

Think Faith

Shattered World

Explores the role of

8 fully digitised units

The tremendous

the Spirit throughout

of 8 lessons each

foundational themes

both the Old and

enough for all of

of the Bible are set

New Testament. He is

Stage 5. Topics cover

out in Genesis 1–11.

no less than the giver

various books and

These challenging

of life, essential to

personalities of the

ancient books still

shaping and guiding

Bible and the nature

have a profound

the lives of those who

of the Christian life.

influence on our

follow Jesus.

lives today.

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Curriculum overview Years 12–13

A Spectator’s Guide No Turning Back

to World Views

Explores the 6 timeless

Examines numerous

biblical themes

Life in the Past Lane

systems of thought

of Ephesians—

Studies the growth,

while challenging

forgiveness, light and

conflicts, major

students to look

darkness, a place to

figures and events of

at the internal

belong, grace, our

the church—for better

consistencies and

heavenly inheritance

or worse—from Acts

logical outworkings

and new life.

until the present day.

of their own.

The Good, the Bad

The Resurrection

and the Ethical

The central claim of

A comprehensive

Christianity is much

look at ethical

more than just an

systems of thought,

intellectual idea.

the problems of evil

If substantiated, it

and living a good

consigns all other

life, and the Christian

ideas to the margins.

response to both.

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Curriculum overview Years 12–13

The Cross A Spectator’s Guide

Through the

John 10:10

to World Religions

execution of Jesus,

Examines Jesus’

The essential

every theme and

extraordinary claim,

questions of God,

promise in the

‘I have come that you

purpose, eternity and

Bible is made real

might have life to the

right and wrong, are

and complete.

full,’ and compares

examined through

Here we see God’s

it with preeminent

the historical lenses of

love and character

cultural ideals of the

the five great faiths.

most clearly.

good life.

Hope for a

The Spirit

Shattered World

Explores the role of

The tremendous

the Spirit throughout

foundational themes

both the Old and New

of the Bible are set

Testament. He is no

out in Genesis 1–11.

less than the giver

These challenging

of life, essential to

ancient books still

shaping and guiding

have a profound

the lives of those who

influence on our

follow Jesus.

lives today.

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Finding Your Way Years 8–9 Revised 2019

Over 33,000 sold

The perfect introduction for secondary Religious Education, Finding Your Way is designed to explain the entire sweep of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation and to show students how it all holds together in Jesus. Finding Your Way explains who wrote the Bible and when and where the main characters lived. Both the big picture themes and individual stories that students may have come across in their primary years are put into context within the wider biblical story. Offering a sound knowledge of the historicity, narrative flow, key doctrines and centrality of Jesus in the Bible, Finding Your Way forms a foundation upon which all subsequent units in RE can build.

Duration layer-group

Nine lessons offering 1–2 terms’ worth of work

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Student handbook WRITTEN BY SIMON SMART

Mistaken

Identity? INVESTIGATING THE REAL JESUS FROM MARK’S GOSPEL

Recommended to follow Mistaken Identity?—Having discovered the centrality of Jesus to the overall biblical narrative, students would do well to study Jesus’ life in close detail.

Teacher’s manual $72.00  Code 5568

Student handbook $12.30  Code 5569

Digital student handbook $10.30  Code E5569

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Mistaken Identity? Years 8–9 Revised 2018

Over 74,000 sold

Who was Jesus, and why were so many who met him wrong about him? Mistaken Identity? examines the claims of Jesus, his profound teachings, why he went where he did, who he chose to speak to and, critically, the significance of it all. Far from being just another spiritual teacher wandering Judea, Jesus makes demands of us like no other. Along with Finding Your Way (see page 19) this unit forms a foundation for Religious Education which can be referred to throughout a student’s life.

Duration layer-group

Nine lessons offering 1–2 terms’ worth of work

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Recommended to precede

Recommended to follow

Finding Your Way—A complete Bible overview from

Another Dimension—Some of Jesus’ most famous

Genesis to Revelation, putting every major event and

and toughest teachings. This is what it looks like to

personality in context.

follow him.

Teacher’s manual $72.00  Code 5571

Student handbook $12.30  Code 5572

Digital student handbook $10.30  Code E557

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Another Dimension Years 8–9 Revised 2020

Over 25,000 sold

In the Sermon on the Mount Jesus offers some of the most challenging, inspiring, encouraging and profound words ever uttered. This teaching impacts our relationships, our major life choices and even our view of ourselves. But upon close examination, it appears Jesus is setting us an ideal we can never reach. At a time when many students are making decisions that will shape the type of person they will become, Another Dimension shows what life looks like when we give up our endless self-salvation project and instead turn and follow the author of life.

Duration layer-group

Seven lessons offering 1–2 terms’ worth of work

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Student handbook WRITTEN BY SIMON SMART

Mistaken

Identity? INVESTIGATING THE REAL JESUS FROM MARK’S GOSPEL

Recommended to precede

Recommended to follow

Mistaken Identity?—Having discovered the centrality of

Your Sneaking Suspicions?—A humourous, yet weighty

Jesus to the overall biblical narrative, students would do

examination of how the idea of God generally, and the

well to study Jesus’ life in close detail.

Christian faith specifically, holds up today.

Teacher’s manual $72.00  Code 5550

Student handbook $12.30  Code 5551

Digital student handbook $10.30  Code E5551

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The Psalms Years 8–9

The psalms carry the full range of human emotion and longing. Through their poetry, students will learn profound biblical truths in new ways, the words of which can bed down in their hearts and last a lifetime. The themes of seven psalms (and a corresponding contemporary song for each) are explored in this unit. Students will see not only the timeless joy that music and poetry offer as a form of worship, but that these ancient songs have much to teach us in our modern circumstances. The Psalms seeks to take readers beyond mere intellectual beliefs to a real, emotional relationship with God.

Duration Seven lessons offering 1–2 terms’ worth of work

layer-group

Download Online samples  •  cepstore.co.nz/junior-high

Arrow-to-bottom

Recommended to precede

Recommended to follow

Finding Your Way—A complete Bible overview from

Your Sneaking Suspicions?—A humourous, yet weighty

Genesis to Revelation, putting every major event and

examination of how the idea of God generally, and the

personality in context.

Christian faith specifically, holds up today.

$72.00  Code 487 $12.30  Code 4871 Digital student handbook  $10.30  Code E4871 Teacher’s manual 

Student handbook 

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War of the Spirit World Years 8–9

Believers and non-believers alike are fascinated with questions around the reality of the supernatural. Where does evil come from? Are there spiritual forces? What is the nature and purpose of God? Are humans eternal or destined for destruction? Or both? For students in their early teens, the supernatural abounds in popular literature, films and culture. Continued exposure to such ideas is a ripe setting for fear and uncertainty. War of the Spirit World examines and puts into its proper place all the ‘weird’ stuff so that students can understand that a biblical understanding of the reality of the universe, and all creation within it, is that God is in control, with a secure future for them.

Duration layer-group

Eight lessons offering 1–2 terms’ worth of work

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Student handbook

Recommended to precede

|

Written by Josh Apieczonek

Recommended to follow

Another Dimension—Some of Jesus’ most famous

The Good, the Bad and the Ethical—A comprehensive

and toughest teachings. This is what it looks like to

look at ethical systems of thought, and the Christian

follow him.

responses to the problem of evil and how to live a good life.

Teacher’s manual $72.00  Code 497

Student handbook $12.30  Code 4971

Digital student handbook $10.30  Code E4971

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Your Sneaking Suspicions? Years 8–9 Over 50,000 sold

John Dickson’s A Sneaking Suspicion remains the biggest selling book by an Aussie Christian. And for good reason. After all, the questions haven’t changed. ‘Why are we here?’ ‘How do I find meaning?’ ‘Might God/the Bible/Jesus have something to do with it?’ John does a profound, yet humourous, job at showing that the Christian faith is more than resilient, it’s got answers where it matters. This unit takes students on John’s own journey, step by step, from sceptical teenage inquirer to fervent believer. Your Sneaking Suspicions? allows students to wrestle with their own suspicions regarding faith and to take their time to consider the claims of Christianity.

Duration 16 lessons offering at least 2 terms’ worth of work

layer-group

Download Online samples  •  cepstore.co.nz/junior-high

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Recommended to precede

Recommended to follow

Finding Your Way—A complete Bible overview from

No Turning Back—Explores the 6 timeless themes of

Genesis to Revelation, putting every major event and

Ephesians—forgiveness, light and darkness, a place to

personality in context.

belong, grace, our heavenly inheritance and new life.

$72.00  Code 558 Student handbook  $12.30  Code 559 Digital student handbook  $10.30  Code E559 A Sneaking Suspicion (Book—6th Edition)  $15.00  Code 5601 Teacher’s manual 

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The Jesus Foundation series Years 8–9

Birth of a Nation

Radical Jesus

Hard Core Christians

5 lessons on the story of

From his birth to his

5 lessons that explore the

the Exodus seen within the

miracles, wisdom, execution

five core disciplines every

context of Jesus’ teachings

and ascension, Radical

Christian needs to grow into

and his claim that all Scripture

Jesus challenges students to

maturity: faith, obedience,

testified about and was ful-

consider the significance of

prayer, reading God’s

filled in him. The Teacher’s

Jesus life on their own. The

word, and meeting with

manual includes DreamWorks’

Teacher’s manual includes

other Christians.

The Prince of Egypt DVD.

the Jesus-Life of Christ DVD.

Duration

Duration

5 lessons offering layer-group

1 term’s worth of work

Teacher’s manual  Code 496A Student handbook 

$38.20 

Digital student handbook  Code e4961

Download

10 lessons offering 1–2 term’s worth of work

Teacher’s manual  Code 565

$6.90 

Code 4961

layer-group

Student handbook 

$6.00

Code e5651

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5 lessons offering 1 term’s worth of work

Teacher’s manual  Student handbook 

$12.30

Digital student handbook 

layer-group

Code 493

$44.60

Code 5651

Duration

$10.30

$25.40 $6.90

Code 4931 Digital student handbook  Code e4931

$6.00


Think Faith Years 8 and 9

Stage 4A (Years 8 and 9)

Stage 4B (Years 8 and 9)

Unit 1: An introduction to

Unit 1: The Bible tells one

the Bible

big story

Students explore why the

An overview of the epic

Bible is the word of God

biblical story with a focus on

and the foundation for

the climax as told through

Christian living.

the gospel narratives.

Unit 2: Mark

Unit 2: Matthew

Mark’s Gospel examines the

The life of the promised King.

unexpected life of Jesus and

What is it like to walk with

stresses the importance of

Jesus? Do we give up when

not misunderstanding him.

we find him too challenging?

Unit 3: Paul in Acts The transformation of

Or will we follow him to death for eternity?

Think Faith is a flexible,

a murderer into Jesus’

Unit 3: Peter in Acts

fully digitised curriculum

proclaimer and the explosion

Peter’s wonderful trans-

containing teaching plans,

of Christianity across the

formation as he steps out in

lesson tips, PowerPoints,

ancient world.

generosity and love to tell

video links and printable student worksheets. There

Unit 4: Genesis 1—12:3

the world of the risen Jesus.

Four fundamental world

Unit 4: Jonah

view questions are examined

The story of this conflicted

against the opening backdrop

prophet challenges us to

Think Faith is issued for one

of Genesis: origin, meaning,

rethink our preconceptions

calendar year and priced on

morality and destiny.

of God and his concern and

are 4 units per year level, each containing 8 lessons.

the number of students being taught. A license gives you access to the full catalogue of Think Faith lessons for

will for humanity.

Duration layer-group

8 lessons offering 1 term’s worth of work

Years 8 and 9. Stage 4 (Years 8 and 9) 

$19.10 per student  Code E476C

Duration layer-group

8 lessons offering 1 term’s worth of work

Stage 4 (Years 8 and 9) 

$19.10 per student  Code E476C

Download

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You: An Introduction Years 10–11

Our culture offers us both extraordinary freedoms and responsibilities. For many adolescents, the multitude of ways of navigating identity and self-worth which society presents ideas of identity and self-worth lead not to surety, but rather, unsettling fluidity. You: An Introduction identifies the various means by which individuals establish a sense of identity and makes a case that when we wrestle with the Christian ideas of being made in the image of God and placing God rather than ourselves, at the centre of our lives, we will discover a purpose deeper and more life-affirming than any other.

Duration 15 lessons offering at least two terms’ worth of work

layer-group

Download Online samples  •  cepstore.co.nz/middle-high

Arrow-to-bottom

Recommended to precede

Recommended to follow

Another Dimension—Some of Jesus’ most famous

A Spectator’s Guide to World Views—Examines key

and toughest teachings. This is what it looks like to

systems of thought, challenging students to face the

follow him.

logical outworkings of their own.

$72.00  Code 4972 Student handbook  $12.30  Code 4973 Digital student handbook  $10.30  Code E4973 You: An Introduction (Book)  $22.00  Code 4974 Teacher’s manual 

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If I Were God, I’d End All the Pain Years 10–11 Over 20,000 sold

The issue of pain and suffering touches us all. Throughout the ages, every faith, every secular voice, has had to grapple with this issue. If I Were God, I’d End All the Pain is an autobiographical journey, beginning with a very real cry of ‘Why?’ and leading, step by step, to a Christian understanding of the cross. Along the way, John Dickson examines the questions that suffering and evil raise in relation to a loving and powerful God before finding no less than life-changing hope—even in the face of the agonies possible in this world.

Duration Six lessons offering at least a term’s worth of work

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Another Dimension—Some of Jesus’ most famous

The Good, the Bad and the Ethical—A comprehensive

and toughest teachings. This is what it looks like to

look at ethical systems of thought, and the Christian

follow him.

responses to the problem of evil and how to live a good life.

$12.30  Code 568 $10.30  Code E568 If I Were God, I’d End All the Pain (Book—3rd Edition)  $13.00  Code 566 Student handbook 

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The Jesus Foundation series Years 10–11

Big Calls

Historical Jesus

Looking for Life

5 lessons on Jesus’ bold ‘I am’

5 lessons that paint a portrait

5 lessons that study

statements: the bread of life;

of the life of Jesus so that

Jesus’ conversations with

the good shepherd; the way,

students can have confidence

Nicodemus, the Samaritan

the truth and the life. Each

that what they read in

woman, his disciples

revealed something different

the Bible is trustworthy

and Thomas and how he

about Jesus. The Teacher’s

and historically valid. The

proves he is the giver of life.

manual includes John—The

Teacher’s manual includes

Teacher’s manual includes

Visual Bible DVD.

the Life of Jesus DVD.

John—The Visual Bible DVD.

Duration

Duration

Duration

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5 lessons offering 1 term’s worth of work

Teacher’s manual  Code 495 Student handbook 

$38.20

Digital student handbook  Code E4951

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Teacher’s manual  Code 564

$6.90

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$6.00

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5 lessons offering 1 term’s worth of work

Teacher’s manual  Code 492

$6.90

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$6.90

Code 4921 Digital student handbook  Code E4921

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Think Faith Years 10–11

Stage 5A (Years 10–11)

Stage 5B (Years 10–11)

Unit 1: Exodus

Unit 1: Many genres, one story

Moses the shadow. Jesus the

An examination of the how

fulfilment. How the incredible

and why of storytelling

events of the Exodus are but

through the Bible and how all

a shadow to a much greater

genres point to Jesus.

event where death itself is defeated.

Unit 2: John Jesus is the unexpected

Unit 2: Luke (Part 1)

life-giver. John’s Gospel is

Luke examines the life of

determined to show the

Jesus asking, is this the

multitude of ways that Jesus

saviour Israel has been

brings life to those he meets.

waiting for for 1000 years?

Unit 3: Ephesians

Unit 3: Luke (Part 2)

Paul describes how life-

Think Faith is a flexible,

Jesus teaches his disciples

changing it is to trust Jesus

fully digitised curriculum

how to follow him into the

as Lord and Saviour.

containing teaching plans,

kingdom of God.

lesson tips, PowerPoints, video links and printable student worksheets. There are 4 units per year level, each containing 8 lessons. Think Faith is issued for one calendar year and priced on the number of students

Unit 4: A full life

The pressure to conform to

The meaning, hope and joy

culture is not new. As for Daniel,

of existence as offered only

we need wisdom, courage and

by Jesus.

obedience to trust God over the dominant social voices.

Duration layer-group

8 lessons offering 1 term’s worth of work

being taught. A license gives you access to the full Think Faith catalogue of lessons for

Stage 5 (Years 10 and 11) 

$19.10 per student  Code E479C

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Stage 5 (Years 10 and 11) 

$19.10 per student  Code E479C

Years 10 and 11.

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Unit 4: Daniel

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No Turning Back Years 10–13 Over 24,000 sold

The 6 themes of Ephesians promise no less than the most fulfilling life possible. Grace. Forgiveness. New life. Light and darkness. A place to belong. A heavenly inheritance. No Turning Back uses contemporary anecdotes against the backdrop of the Ephesian Christians to illustrate these six themes of Jesus, showing students how different life looks in light of these ideas. Ideas of identity, purpose and meaning, justice and mercy and various other topics explored in No Turning Back link in well with a broader secondary Religious Education program.

Duration Six lessons offering at least a term’s worth of work

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If I Were God, I’d End All the Pain—The issue of suffering

A Spectator’s Guide to World Views—Examines key

confronts people of every age. Christians must

systems of thought, challenging students to face the

reconcile this with the idea of a just and loving God.

logical outworkings of their own.

$72.00  Code 498 $12.30  Code 499 Digital student handbook  $10.30  Code E499 Teacher’s manual 

Student handbook 

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The Good, the Bad and the Ethical Years 10–13 Over 40,000 sold

This highly practical unit studies major ethical frameworks and challenges students to carry them to their logical conclusion. Numerous case studies—from the global to the personal—are examined helping students to become reflective and intentional in their ethical and moral decisions. A biblical model to ethics is also presented allowing students to understand and formulate a Christian response to some of today’s significant ethical questions, even if such a response is not their own. The higher order thinking skills required to identify and analyse one’s own motives and prejudices are valuable tools for many other senior subjects.

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No Turning Back—Explores the 6 timeless themes of

The Resurrection—All major theories and explanations for

Ephesians—forgiveness, light and darkness, a place to

the resurrection story are examined. If true, this is the most

belong, grace, our heavenly inheritance and new life.

important event in history and it changes everything.

$72.00  Code 5560 $12.30  Code 5561 Digital student handbook  $10.30  Code E5561 Teacher’s manual 

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Life in the Past Lane Years 10–13 Over 14,000 sold

Ideas conspicuous in other senior subjects—such as human rights, freedom of religion, the enlightenment and human rationalism—have a history which is essential for modern people to understand. Life in the Past Lane begins in the book of Acts and studies the growth, conflicts, major figures and events of the church and Christian believers—for better or worse—until the present day. Our culture, beliefs and values have not come out of nowhere and we ignore the past at our peril. Life in the Past Lane will help students apply the lessons and challenges of history to their own individual circumstances and those of the broader world today.

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1–2 terms’ worth of work

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Student handbook

Recommended to precede

|

Written by Josh Apieczonek

Recommended to follow

Another Dimension—Some of Jesus’ most famous

The Good, the Bad and the Ethical—A comprehensive

and toughest teachings. This is what it looks like to

look at ethical systems of thought, and the Christian

follow him.

responses to the problem of evil and how to live a good life.

$72.00  Code 5562 $12.30  Code 5563 Digital student handbook  $10.30  Code E5563 Teacher’s manual 

Student handbook 

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The Resurrection Years 10–13

Jesus’ resurrection is more than just an intellectual idea. For 2000 years it has been debated, dismissed and defended—even to the point of death. Can the central event of Christianity stand fast in our modern world of relativistic philosophical systems? The Resurrection examines all the popular (and ancient) objections and competing theories to the traditional physical resurrection of Jesus. But the onus is not all one way. As the unit explains, the sceptic must also provide a logically valid, historically defensible explanation for what happened in Palestine 2000 years ago. This is important stuff. The Christian claim, if substantiated, consigns all other ideas to the margins.

Duration Eight lessons offering at least a term’s worth of work

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Download Online samples  •  cepstore.co.nz/senior-high

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Student handbook

|

Written by Josh Apieczonek

Recommended to precede

Recommended to follow

The Good, the Bad and the Ethical—A comprehensive

Hope for a Shattered World—The foundational

look at ethical systems of thought, and the Christian

themes of the Bible are set out in Genesis 1–11. These

responses to the problem of evil and how to live a good life.

challenging ancient books still influence us today.

$72.00  Code 488 $12.30  Code 4881 Digital student handbook  $10.30  Code E4881 Teacher’s manual 

Student handbook 

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A Spectator’s Guide to World Views Years 10–13

Every day we are confronted with messages, both subtle and direct, that emanate from a particular world view. Very often, significant differences lie at the heart of these world views and the outworkings can consequently head in markedly different directions with regards to questions of belief, faith and meaning. A Spectator’s Guide to World Views endeavours to give students the critical thinking skills necessary to identify, navigate and consider the implications (if they are true) of various common world views while getting them to express their own world view and give a coherent defence of it.

Duration 10 lessons offering 1–2 terms’ worth of work

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Student handbook

|

Written by Josh Apieczonek

Recommended to precede

Recommended to follow

The Good, the Bad and the Ethical—A comprehensive

Hope for a Shattered World—The foundational

look at ethical systems of thought, and the Christian

themes of the Bible are set out in Genesis 1–11. These

responses to the problem of evil and how to live a good life.

challenging ancient books still influence us today.

$72.00  Code 8102 $12.30  Code 8103 Digital student handbook  $10.30  Code E8103 Book  $28.90  Code 8101 Teacher’s manual 

Student handbook 

eBook (Available from Apple Books and Amazon Kindle)

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A Spectator’s Guide to World Religions Years 10–13 Over 50,000 sold

A thought-through understanding of the teachings, history and beliefs of the major faiths is necessary if we are to honestly grapple with the nature of our world and the societies within it. Where do they overlap? What are their unique claims? Are they all different paths up the same mountain? A Spectator’s Guide to World Religions pushes students to wrestle with the conflicting claims of the various faiths on key questions of life and meaning. It endeavours to faithfully represent each religion on its own terms. The final chapter compares how each faith views Christianity, allowing students to see any similarities and how Christianity stands unique.

Duration Seven lessons offering a term’s worth of work

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Recommended to follow

Hope for a Shattered World—The foundational

A Spectator’s Guide to World Views—Examines key

themes of the Bible are set out in Genesis 1–11. These

systems of thought, challenging students to face the

challenging ancient books still influence us today.

logical outworkings of their own.

$12.30  Code 801 Digital student handbook  $10.30  Code E801 Book  $28.90  Code 8001 Student handbook 

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Hope for a Shattered World Years 10–13 Over 23,000 sold

Genesis 1–11 might be confusing, divisive, and challenging, but it is also utterly foundational to the biblical narrative. Here the themes of the Bible are established: Who is God? Who is humanity? Why is the world the way it is? And, perhaps most tellingly to our modern age, what hope, if any, do we have? Hope for a Shattered World critically evaluates— linguistically, metaphorically, poetically—the opening grand chapters of the Bible and shows how connections are established with the later biblical story against which the claims of Christ are made, and life, even now, in the 21st century.

Duration Eight lessons offering 1–2 terms’ worth of work

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A Spectator’s Guide to World Religions—Approaches

The Cross—Through the execution of Jesus, every theme

the five major world faiths on their own terms, rightfully

and promise in the Bible is made real and complete.

allowing for the significant differences on key questions.

Here we see God’s love and character most clearly.

$72.00  Code 5554 $12.30  Code 5555 Digital student handbook  $10.30  Code E5555 Teacher’s manual 

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The Cross Years 10–13

In this unit, the entire sweep of the Bible is brought to the foot of the cross. The purpose of Jesus is linked with major biblical historical events, themes and characters to show that here we see most clearly the fulfilment of God’s eternal plans and his love for humanity. But this is no mere intellectual exercise. The Cross demonstrates through contemporary stories how Jesus’ death and resurrection gives hope, peace and access to God’s love now. No-one who opens this unit will fail to see the urgency of God’s invitation and the difference the cross makes to every aspect of our existence.

Duration 10 lessons offering 1–2 terms’ worth of work

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Recommended to follow

Hope for a Shattered World—The foundational

A Spectator’s Guide to World Views—Examines key

themes of the Bible are set out in Genesis 1–11. These

systems of thought, challenging students to face the

challenging ancient books still influence us today.

logical outworkings of their own.

$72.00  Code 4976 $12.30  Code 4977 Digital student handbook  $10.30  Code E4977 Book  $17.30  Code 4975 Teacher’s manual 

Student handbook 

eBook (Available from Apple Books and Amazon Kindle)

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The Spirit Years 10–13

A clear understanding of the Holy Spirit informs all other aspects of Christian life and faith. How we pray and what we pray about, why we meet with other believers and serve with humility, and even how we read the Bible are all affected by our relationship to the breath hovering over the waters. To many Christians, the Holy Spirit is confusing or even outright ignored. This unit seeks to show students how the Spirit plays a role throughout both the Old and New Testaments and that he is no less than the giver of life, essential to shaping and guiding the lives of those who follow Jesus.

Duration 10 lessons offering 1–2 terms’ worth of work

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The Cross—Through the execution of Jesus, every theme

A Spectator’s Guide to World Views—Examines key

and promise in the Bible is made real and complete.

systems of thought, challenging students to face the

Here we see God’s love and character most clearly.

logical outworkings of their own.

$72.00  Code 4979 $12.30  Code 4980 Digital student handbook  $10.30  Code E4980 Book  $17.30  Code 4978 Teacher’s manual 

Student handbook 

eBook (Available from Apple Books and Amazon Kindle)

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John 10:10 Years 12–13

In John 10:10, Jesus makes the extraordinary claim, ‘I have come that you might have life to the full’. This unit investigates this promise by contrasting it with pre-eminent cultural ideals of the good life. The strong imagery, vivid metaphors and Old Testament allusions and references that define John’s Gospel are examined as is the unique Johannine language style. By the end of the unit, students will recognise the ‘signs’ of Jesus’ identity and be able to articulate what his offer of ‘life to the full’ might look like.

Duration 10 lessons offering 1–2 terms’ worth of work

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Hope for a Shattered World—The foundational

The Cross—Through the execution of Jesus, every theme

themes of the Bible are set out in Genesis 1–11. These

and promise in the Bible is made real and complete.

challenging ancient books still influence us today.

Here we see God’s love and character most clearly.

$72.00  Code 5564 $12.30  Code 5565 Digital student magazine  $10.30  Code E5565 Teacher’s manual 

Student handbook 

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