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Rachel's tears : the spiritual journey of Columbine martyr Rachel Scott

Author: Darrell Scott; Beth Nimmo; Steve Rabey
Publisher: Nashville, TN : Thomas Nelson Publishers, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Rachel Scott was a typical teenage girl who was incredibly dedicated to following and serving Christ. Though she was mocked for her beliefs, at times doubted her faith, and constantly struggled with personal issues every teenager faces, she remained faithful to God. Then on April 20, 1999, at Columbine High School, she was killed for that faith. Rachel's Tears is a moving meditation on the life, death, and faith of  Read more...
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Named Person: Rachel Scott; Rachel Scott
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Darrell Scott; Beth Nimmo; Steve Rabey
ISBN: 0785268480 9780785268482
OCLC Number: 44022080
Notes: "Featuring excerpts from her private journals"--Cover.
"Biography"--Cover back.
Description: 181 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Introduction: Book we didn't want to write --
"Halls of tragedy" --
"Living with the Lifemaker" --
Flawed but faithful --
Finding hope in a broken world --
Love from above --
Call to commitment --
Creative compassion --
No solitary soul --
Parenting with grace and love --
Anatomy of a tragedy --
Your life, your choice.
Other Titles: Spiritual journey of Columbine martyr Rachel Scott
Responsibility: Darrell Scott and Beth Nimmo with Steve Rabey.
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Rachel Scott was a typical teenage girl who was incredibly dedicated to following and serving Christ. Though she was mocked for her beliefs, at times doubted her faith, and constantly struggled with personal issues every teenager faces, she remained faithful to God. Then on April 20, 1999, at Columbine High School, she was killed for that faith. Rachel's Tears is a moving meditation on the life, death, and faith of Rachel as seen through the eyes of her parents and through writings and drawings from her journals. Her parents also offer a spiritual perspective on the Columbine tragedy and provide a vision of hope for preventing youth violence across the nation.

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