a great read." -- Youthworker, May/June 2004"a great little story, focusing on the nature of evil, and how hard it is to share the faith.Recommended." -- It is not necessary to read the first book in this series, "In the Chat Room with God", but after reading this one, a reader will definitely want to catch the buzz created from the first effort. Lorri, Blake's younger sister, is going through a difficult phase.Keeping Your Personal Information Private Interacting with People Offline Being Aware of Predators Ceasing Communication and Reporting Threats Community Q&A Chatrooms are a fun place to engage in discussion about a variety of topics.While most people who frequent online chatrooms are good people, there are some who are there to prey on or bully other people.Unfortunately, the plotting is sloppy, and the teens' slangy but annoyingly didactic online chats don't read like normal IM conversations.Give this to young Christians, who will respond to the redemptive themes in the story.Hangouts has a number of cool hidden features to play with, too. Messenger relaunched with a new platform in 2015 and contains many features designed to make group chat easier. has ramped up the photo sharing capability, too, by introducing new technology that allows you to “send hundreds of pictures at a time, quickly."Another interesting and unique feature in Yahoo! You now have the option to recall a message easily if you sent something in error, or want to take back what you said.More » Requiring no accounts and just a few simple steps, Chatzy is an easy-to-use free private chat rooms site, which allows users to invite friends by email to chat using any web browser.
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Eventually, the encounter with evil strengthens Jenn's faith and even brings Lorri closer to God.
Told as a series of chat room transcripts, the story is fast paced and involving, and it's nice to see Christian fiction discuss the faith struggles of kids after their conversions.