The Official Writing Challenge
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You have turned a very difficult circumstance into praise and thanksgiving for the Most High God. Your testimony is potent. People will want to know from where you get your strength. And one day, without a doubt, because of the goodness and love and mercy and wisdom of God, the souls that have been strengthened by your own strength will be added to Brett's eternal account. You are making him rich. Blessings to you.

(I saw a few punctuation mistakes, minor things compared to your encouraging message. Even so, Grammarly is a free online editor that will correct things like that. I use it.)
I felt your pain as you wrote this moving piece. It will bring encouragement to others who are suffering in the same way. A line space between paragraphs or dialogue might be good next time to make the reading easier. Otherwise, well done and thank you.
I'm shaken by your shattered dreams. You write like a wordsmith and you will have lots to write about as you live out this calling on your life. A critique for the piece (no critique of your life!!) is that I believe the message you give at the end could better be played within the telling of your story, rather than at the end. Something to think about because this is a story that could eventually be read by many people. The telling is worth refining.