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The FaithWriters Writing Challenge and contest for Christian Writers!
The Official Writing Challenge
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That was an excellent read. I loved the names you used and the gentle repsect shown by the missionary.
I love how history repeats itself! This is a very delightful, modern day Elijah story. Nicely written!
I can't pronounce it, but I liked it! Great story told very well!
Interesting story. Our God is a great God.
Beautifully, beautifully written. My hat's off to you. Bravo!
Beautiful! I was entranced all the more because of a bit of Indian blood. But would have thought it wonderful without the ancestry. You've done an excellent writing job here!
Wonderfully story-telling, as always. Creative, descriptive, and entertaining, with a poignant message. Bravo!
Blessings, Lynda
A great read. Loved the attitude of the missionary...
Very nicely written! I envy your talent to be able to write in that time period and make it real!
What a wonderful story. I loved the detail and the subtle lesson. The missionary could have gotten indignant with the Zuni man, but he let God speak for him. We could all take a lesson from him when we deal with those that do not recognize the God of all Creation! Thanks for a well-written read:)
I love this type of tale that incorporates history, God's work, different cultures etc. And this piece certainly lived up to it's very impressive title. Well done!
La Ikwithsparrowina - The Tale Crafter.

Brilliantly done, dearie!
Woo hoo! What an awesome story. This needs to be published. Great work! :)
Ok - this is a very Wow! story! Excellent!
All I can submit here is another BRAVO!! Wonderful story relative to the faith.
God bless ya, littlelight
No need to ask whose this was... A very great job. Little Sparrow..
Great story :) Very well told!
Excellent. Enjoyed this. - Donna
I really enjoyed reading this story. Very well written and told.
I can't add anything that hasn't already been said. Incredibly well done. Expect to see you in the winner's circle!
Very well written Amy! Held my attention through the whole thing!
Congrats Amy.. I really enjoyed this. djdeb
Way cool! Very creative.
Amy, congratulations on your very well deserved win (even without html in the title) ;-)

We may not be able to pronounce the name, but you definitely struck a chord with the judges and your readers. Well done. With love, Deb (Challenge Coordinator)
Wow. Amy this is amazing.

It brought tears to my eyes.
Whoa, am i impressed? I never thought the story would lead where it led. Good work
Oh, Amy, thank you sooo much for cluing me in to this powerful piece! I love the way you crafted Taima's speech with that direct, poetic flavor of the Native speaker, and the ending, where the building clouds almost take on a character of their own, as servants of Yahweh. Just exquisite!