Rachel's Tears: The Spiritual Journey of Columbine Martyr Rachel Scott - Study Guide Chapters 7-9 Summary & Analysis

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Rachel participated in a play several weeks before her death. She was so busy with the rehearsals that she didn't have time to go to youth cell meetings. She wrote in her journal about how she missed meeting with her Christian friends at Breakthrough. Still, her friends knew that acting was one way Rachel sought to reach out to other students in the high school. She didn't know whether she wanted to be a missionary or an actress, but she really was both. Rachel excelled in finding creative ways to show people Christ's compassion.

A word Beth used to describe the way Rachel lived out her faith was "real." She loved watching her daughter performing the play, and she found it interesting that Rachel pursued things that didn't come easily to her. She was her own worst critic, constantly looking for things she...

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