Chain Reaction: A Call to Compassionate Revolution

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Harper Collins, Apr 1, 2001 - Self-Help - 210 pages
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Rachel Scott and her killer Eric Harris both talked about starting a "chain reaction." Eric used violence to kill and destroy at Columbine High School. But Rachel chose another path. In a personal creed she wrote one month before her death in the Columbine tragedy, she explained her conviction that if one person goes out of his or her way to show compassion, it will start a world-changing chain reaction of kindness.

For Rachel, this was a solemn calling. And now her father, Darrell Scott, is carrying on her crusade by challenging people of all ages to commit themselves to creating a revolution of compassion that can make a real difference in our troubled world. Chain Reaction spells out this challenge in compelling detail, providing moving examples of practical compassion and giving illustrations from Rachel's life and journals.

 

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User Review  - Amanda - Christianbook.com

A call for compassion -- the andidote to all the hate that fills our world. Whether you're old or young -- a Christian or not, this call is something that everyone should follow. A MUST READ! Read full review

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User Review  - n_yay - LibraryThing

Sequel to "Rachel's Tears," talks about the impact her life and death has had on others. Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
Foreword
The Calm at the Center of the Storm
Lessons from a Tragedy
The Ripple Effect
Rachels Code for Living and Giving 5 Forgiving 6 Loving
Helping
Leading
Showing Mercy
10 Identifying the Needy in Our Midst 11 welcoming the Outcasts
walking the Path of Kindness About the Author
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