From the BreakPoint blog.
“I’m not a Christian anymore,” the 12-year-old girl I have been mentoring for four years just informed me.
She tells me she has decided to become a Muslim.
Once in the car on the way to our regular date to the library, I ask her to elaborate.
She has recently had a conversation with her stepfather, who is a Muslim and who is apparently trying to convince her to follow the ways of Islam.
Child has been in Christian school is now in public. The author doesn’t want to shove Christianity down the kid’s throat, but . . .
What advice will you give this discouraged mentor?