The Official Writing Challenge
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04/13/06
Great writing!
04/13/06
Excellent writing! It rmeinds me at the end of Jesus' words that the stones will cry out in parise to God if people are silent!
04/13/06
wow, what an imaginative way to tell this story! And what an awesome lesson we can glean from this. Fantastic.
04/14/06
Love the originality, the message and the writing.
04/14/06
Yes! Even the stone that killed Goliath had purpose! How much more, then, do we who are created in Christ's image have a destiny to be fulfilled? Fantastic, clever writing.
04/14/06
I loved this one! Creative, intertaining - great message. An all-in-one entry! Love, love, loved it!
Very-well written. Great job!
04/14/06
Wow! I hadn't realized how short this was before, because you packed so much good story into it. I loved it before and I still love it. Great job you! I hope you place well with this one. :)
04/15/06
Hmm ... a story of fulfilment by a stone, eh? That's creative! It reads well - kept me going to the end without losing interest. Well done.
One small stone; one great achievement. I am impressed by yor style.
04/15/06
Powerful!
04/15/06
Wonderful perspective and great application to all of us wee rocks.
04/15/06
This sounds so familiar...but still, it is wonderful!Great lesson.
04/15/06
Wow... What hasn't been said.. Good job Kiddo.. :)
04/17/06
I love it! Extremely creative, and with an awesome message.
04/17/06
Amy, great job here! What creativity! Great message and approach!
04/17/06
I echo all the comments ahead of mine! Excellent writing, very creative approach to a familiar story. Fabulous!
Great story and slant for the topic!! Had no idea where this was going at first...you told it artfully. :-)
04/18/06
Lovely! I really like the message and your presentation was beautiful.
04/18/06
David and Goliath! Their story is well told here through the voice of the instrument of God's work.
04/18/06
Hmmmm. . . we have the purpose-driven dog in Advanced and now the purpose-driven stone in Masters. I'd say their purpose has been fulfilled. Master-ful job, you've landed nicely in your category, I'd say!
A solid entry that really rocks! (Sorry couldn't help myself! Haha!) Seriously though,..loved the creative take on 'fulfillment'!
04/20/06
Amy, you had my attention captured from the start. Brilliant creative perspective. Wow!