Rachel's Tears: The Spiritual Journey of Columbine Martyr Rachel Scott
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Craig Scott, the brother of Rachel, survived the Columbine shootings and speaks for Rachel's Challenge. I got to hang out with him for an entire evening. He's an incredible guy.
"Joy-In-The-Box" project. The Rachel's Challenge staff decorated shoe boxes and filled them items for a local nursing home. This is a great and fun idea for club members to do around Christmas or Valentines Day. You can make boxes for a children's hospital, nursing homes, homeless shelter, etc. Email FOR@rachelschallenge.org for some more information about this project!
The Untold Story of Columbine - Rachel Scott (Part 1)
From the Columbine High School Massacre on April 20th, 1999, comes the story and testimony of Rachel Joy Scott.
Remembering "Columbine" - 14 Years Later
It's been nearly 14 years since the Columbine tragedy. What do you remember about the two shooters (Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold) from the April 20, 1999 shooting and attempted bombing of Columbine High School? Let me tell you some of the so-called "facts" I remember hearing in the hours and days after the shooting: they were Goths; they were part of the "Trench Coat Mafia"; they were loners who had no friends; they were fans of Marilyn Manson; they specifically targeted jocks; they…
Rachel’s challenge biggest goal is to create inside of schools a culture of compassion and kindness where people are respected, accepted and treated well. -Craig Scott Columbine Survivor, Brother of Victim Rachel Scott and creator of rachelschallenge.org
The Challenge of Change :-)
This time of year with the beautiful colors of Autumn and the briskness in the air, it makes me think of all of the changes going on around me. So many things to be grateful for and realize how fortunate we all really are. Last week, when my electricity was out for just under 24 hours, I understood fully all I had was a minor inconvenience. There are people less then 50 miles away from where we live that are in total devastation, loss of not just "their stuff" that can be replaced eventually…