Bathroom Stalls: The Writing on the Wall
Could it get any worse? In Darcy's eyes it could not. Because of circumstances beyond her control, Darcy finds herself as a foster child. Darcy hates her foster family because the Sharpe's embrace Christian beliefs. Not only is she forced to go to church, she struggles with a great loss, and her best friend betrays her. Darcy is angry, and lashes out at those around her. Darcy dismisses the love extended toward her, and begins to rebel. When her rebellious acts almost land her in serious trouble, she is forced to take an honest look at her life. When she is boldly confronted with the Truth of Jesus, Darcy is faced with a pivotal decision. Will she believe and accept Jesus into her heart, or will she cast His love aside? Her choice is made when she considers "the writing on the wall."
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