The Official Writing Challenge
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Yes, each person has at least one major gift or talent or interest. It is up to each one to discover those gifts, talents, or interests and develop them. Many public schools in the USA, especially high schools, don't allow or encourage students to develop theirs unless it is in sports or academics.

Keep your eyes open to see what else (other talents) you may have.
Yes, each person has at least one major gift or talent or interest. It is up to each one to discover those gifts, talents, or interests and develop them. Many public schools in the USA, especially high schools, don't allow or encourage students to develop theirs unless it is in sports or academics.

Keep your eyes open to see what else (other talents) you may have.
10/19/18
Good job presenting the lesson. I think you could do a lot with this testimony by starting off with a narrative about the little girl who wanted so much to be a ballerina but grew to be ashamed of it.
10/20/18
Great testimony, full of encouragement and exhortation. I think this piece might be even more powerful if you began it with the paragraph that starts, "There was a time …"

If you move those first three paragraphs to the bottom, they might hit home better.


PS. I would absolutely love to see a ballerina dancing with all her might before the Lord. How awesome and inspiriting that would be! I hope you are pursuing God's "nudging".
10/20/18
lol - I meant to type "inspiring" in that previous comment. But I think I actually like my typo "inspiriting" more. :-) (although I had no idea that was a real word until now.)