Rachel's Tears: The Spiritual Journey of Columbine Martyr Rachel Scott - Study Guide Chapters 4-6 Summary & Analysis

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Many people responded to the Columbine tragedy with shock. How do this happen in a peaceful, supposedly happy place like Littleton, Colorado? Yet around the country, in anonymous Internet chat rooms, others expressed an understanding of where the killers were coming from. They had a feeling of anger and alienation many could identify with. Rachel herself identified with alienation and heartbreak. She particularly struggled with the divorce of her parents.

Darrell claimed responsibility for his part of the failed marriage. He realized he needed God's grace to forgive others as well as himself. Divorce is always tough when children are involved. He and Beth worked things out so they could share the children, and he never spoke negatively about her in front of them. Over time, they resolved their conflicts. Darrell encouraged Christian divorced families to let God bring reconciliation to the family...

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