The Official Writing Challenge
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I liked this gentle MC. I smiled at the part about a possible long lost uncle. Someone found our family through the Internet. Of course with a name like LochmannVanBennekom my husband's family doesn't know many people with the same name. It turned out he was a family member from Holland. Your story was sweet and the message touching. Great job!
I agree, I loved dear old Mr. Roger's Neighborhood. Will have to admit that there IS some good in a computer and all of the contact that it brings. Good article.
I loved the message here.

The Lord is the master of communication, and instantly available.

And yes, the smell and sound of thin crisp Bible pages offer a welcome respite from the often cold digital world.

Loved it.
I much prefer the digital version of the bible when studying. Makes it much easier to find verses. But Reading to my children would be a bit hard at bedtime with a desktop beside me lol.
Nice writing. Nice story.
You're showing our age... Thanks for guiding us gently through the irony of so much instant communication, when compared with the truth that throws more light on our times. Very enjoyable.
Your title warmed my heart as I recalled countless hours watching this with my daughter. I loved the humor and the great truths you presented here. Instant messaging with God, who would've thought. And I do still love the feel of my Bible pages...I'm with you on that:)