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A good modern update of the 'Prodigal." Space between paragraphs would help the reader.
Nice going!
This was a pretty good short piece! I wished there was a tad more to it, I wanted to know what made Nathan just up and walk away and what in Christine made her take him back just so forgivingly. Great job! Just a tip,

adding spaces,

a new line every time the speaker changes, helps to keep track of who's who. Otherwise, good job! ^_^
The prodigal son returns as seen through the loving eyes of a mom who never stops believing in God's faithfulness and her son's redemption. I think using a blank line between paragraphs would make this much easier to read, but the emotional story was not lost nonetheless.
I love answered prayer stories, and this was a very touching one! Your dialogue was realistic, and the emotions came through clearly. Nice job! :)
I love happy endings engulfed in the promises and grace of God.