The Official Writing Challenge
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isn't it wonderful when god pulls us out of our comfort zones? beautiful story, beautifully written
This piece really struck me! It reminds us that Jesus loves everyone, including the people we're not too keen on. It shows clearly what we as Christians should alrady know, that we don't have the right to write anyone off as human beings.
I love the title for this entry, it made me want to read on.

It's sad that even Christians can be guilty of prejudice. A sad story, but the ending was victorious.
A well written life lesson that held my attention from beginning to end. Good job.
This is a good example, I believe, of why God dispenses the talent for writing to some of his children. Loved the honesty. Excellent writing and a lesson to boot!
Lisa, I'm glad I happened upon this piece. I plan to feature it for the Front Page Showcase for the week of January 11. Look for it on the FaithWriters home page--and congratulations!
Well done, Lisa! Congratulations on having this wonderful story featured this week. I have a friend who's a nurse, I'll have to show this to him. He'll love it just like me.
I am a newbie tonight. I teach nursing and lead a nurses christian fellowship group at our hospital-based diploma program in rural central pa.I also was a hospice nurse for 10 years. I pray and do you teach compassion? How do you help nursing students not to get hardened even before they get a license? i would like to share this article with my students, but wanted to ask for your permission first.-Dolly
I most certainly will give my permission for this article to be used in the aforementioned manner. I do not know how to reach you, but if sharing this article with your nursing students will help, I am delighted. God bless you.