The Official Writing Challenge
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11/22/07
I really enjoyed reading your article. It's so naturally written; the word that comes to my mind is, charming!
11/23/07
An intriguing title and captivating story. Could we really do worse than the animals?Ö It is a scary thought. How do geese sing hymns or preach?
You moved nicely from the geese to us, and being God's pulpit. This is a solid piece, tying all your points together to a good conclusion. Just a suggestion - and very minor - midway through you direct a lot of questions toward the reader. I found those just a little distracting, but overall the piece is well written, very tight, and gives me something to think about today as I step out into a cold wintery one. Good job!
You moved nicely from the geese to us, and being God's pulpit. This is a solid piece, tying all your points together to a good conclusion. Just a suggestion - and very minor - midway through you direct a lot of questions toward the reader. I found those just a little distracting, but overall the piece is well written, very tight, and gives me something to think about today as I step out into a cold wintery one. Good job!
11/25/07
I thought this piece was very thought provoking. What an interesting way to think of preaching or being in church as a flock of geese. Some very good points here.

-Lucie
I enjoyed the conversational stye of your devotional piece. Nice message, too.
11/28/07
Some good suggestions in your devotional. I like the analogy to the animals praising God. Why not? Maybe we'll find out when we get to Heaven!