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10/18/07
A must read for young teens! Nicely done.
10/19/07
This reminded me of my home church, a place where forgiveness is on the sign board, invisible to the naked eye, but very visible in the attitudes of the people. Good job.
10/19/07
This story makes me want to keep reading. I want to go with her to her parents and see how things work out! Good job.
10/20/07
This held my attention. Couldn't wait to see she what she woulod do. I wish there was more. Well done.
10/20/07
This was a tear-jerker. Hope you finish your story and share it with us sometime:)
Laury
10/21/07
Very apt for today's world. A nice write.
10/22/07
Though this is a story too common in our world today, you reminded us very well of the value of Christian fellowship for all ages.
10/23/07
I cried. I dislike conflict so much, so I had a tension inside the whole time. I'm incredibly thankful you chose to end this on an up note. You drew me in with each sentence.
10/23/07
Excellent example for a difficult situation. I was so glad the teen received sound advise.
10/23/07
Really good writing! I like your title, too--a great hook.
10/23/07
This is what happened to a friend of mine when I was younger...like Madi she approached her pastor first. Thank God for people who care. Encouraging story.
10/23/07
Great voice. Your writing is very impressive once again. Its always a treat reading what the Lord gives you to share.
God bless.
10/23/07
How wonderful to have a youth group to turn to in times like this. She obviously sensed the kind of supportive response she would get. This is a superb example of fellowship.
10/24/07
Well, I knew I missed a few in Masters and this is one. So good and so sad. But the ending you wrote gives this story real hope. You really should think of sharing this with a teen group. I agree with the others who want to know more about this character!
10/24/07
Great title and story. Loved what it teaches about true Christian fellowship, and hopefully healthy ones would respond to her this way. Thanks SO MUCH for writing this. Its a keeper and would make a good piece for the younger set. Dianne
10/24/07
I love how the verbs you use paint such an emotional picture. {I had to go back and reread to figure out why I got a knot in my stomach in the first few sentences.} Now I want to know what happens when she tells her parents...
10/24/07
Oooh! Great one for Teens here! I love Madi's destination-and how they all supported her, even after all that she went through. Excellent job! ^_^
10/24/07
Excellent writing, as always. I'm glad her youth group offered Christian fellowship. Great job.
10/24/07
This is so real. Growing up, my youth group was indeed my second (and sometimes my first) family.

Well done!
10/24/07
Nothing to add that hasn't already been said many times over. But still I must add my own. Well done, well done, and . . . well done. Good job.
10/25/07
This is good...very good. I am going to copy this and give it to our Youth Director.
10/25/07
This was a great and very
wise article, I have went
through some hard situations
with my Son, and Gran-Daughter,concerning these
same problems. Thanks for
the review of my Baptism
article and the good advice.