The Official Writing Challenge
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11/19/15
Excellent job with this! I really enjoyed it, well done.

Of course, I loved the last line...classic ,i>YOU!

I expect this score high up there with the judges.

Congrats!

God Bless~
11/19/15
Excellent job with this! I really enjoyed it, well done.

Of course, I loved the last line...classic YOU!

I expect this score high up there with the judges.

Congrats!

God Bless~



11/19/15
What an interesting look at a familiar story!
It certainly made a stir in Jericho.
Well written
11/20/15
Poor diminutive Zac, sitting atop the highest stool - I share his problem but I hope I don't have short old lady syndrome.

This is a very well written, detailed and interesting account of the familiar story, skillfully spiced up without detracting from the original. I think this will do well with the judges. Grand job!
This was a creative take on the story of Zacchaeus. Now I have a better understanding of what the judges meant when retelling a familiar Bible story. Great job!
11/25/15
I loved the way you reinvented the story of Zaccheus. You managed to weave in some interesting geographical and biblical facts.

I also think this will score well with the judges.
This is simply stunning. I don't know how you packed so many divine details in only 750 words. Not only did you take me back through time and across the waters, you made me feel like a welcomed guests as you retold this great tale in ways only you can do. You definitely have a unique style, and that alone is not easy to do, but you also want to reach as many people as possible and spread the good news.