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Rachel Smiles: The Spiritual Legacy of Columbine Martyr Rachel Scott

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When Rachel Scott's life was tragically cut short in the Columbine High School shooting, she left behind a group of grieving friends and family. But as stories of Rachel's faith and courage have surfaced, her legacy has grown to include hundreds of people who have been stirred by her example and are now impacting their world for God's kingdom. In this moving book, readers ...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published September 3rd 2002 by Thomas Nelson (first published September 1st 2002)
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Bree Peterson
Feb 19, 2013 Bree Peterson rated it it was amazing
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Wow...who ever thought that a high schooler could have such a HUGE impact on an international scale? Rachel's story, although very tragic, is inspiring and convicting. I had to ask myself whether or not I would act the same way if I was in the same situation. I enjoyed this book so much I just might read it again soon!!
Kim Atallah
Sep 30, 2013 Kim Atallah rated it it was ok
I read the first book of Rachel's Tears and was somewhat disappointed. I had a hard time getting through this book because I simply was not intrigued. Overall, bits of her story are amazing and how God works in such horrible situation but the book seemed to drag out. For me it wasn't my favorite.
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Apr 16, 2009 Glenda rated it really liked it
A story told from the eyes of her family and it is quite touching really. Very inspirational but I think it could have gone further with it. Overall, a great quick read to really get you to think about those you love and much more.
Laura Milner
Feb 04, 2009 Laura Milner rated it it was amazing
This is a amazingly touching book. Being that i was in high school when the Columbine tragedy happened, it really hit home for me.
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again very inspirational
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Darrell Scott (b. 1949) is the father of Rachel Scott, the first victim of the Columbine High School shooting in 1999. Darrell Scott is co-founder of the non profit foundation called Rachel’s Challenge. It focuses on teaching forgiveness, making schools safer, and where bullying and violence are replaced with kindness and respect.

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