Challenge Good News Paper - 384 October 2015

‘Help me before I kill myself’
Spirit world is real
World public debt tops $61 trillion
Gardens for the senses
Angie Petty - Plans for Rio

Why suffering stirs us

Why suffering stirs us

Horrific accident seriously injured Dan’s mother and left him seeking answers to his suffering
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Searching for greatness

Searching for greatness

Michael Jordan is often described as the greatest basketball player of all time. In the minds of fans he will live on for decades as an icon of the sport, the holder of many trophies, and the face of his own shoe brand.
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Striking it rich

Striking it rich

What’s more valuable than money?
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‘Help me before I kill myself’

‘Help me before I kill myself’

Peta recovered after she looked beyond herself
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New life after father’s wound

New life after father’s wound

Lacking a male role model was no excuse for selfishness, Rod says
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Clear pointers to truth

Clear pointers to truth

There are many who hold to an atheistic world view; who believe that not only is there no God, but that there is no evidence of God.
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Aware of real spirit world

Aware of real spirit world

Ill-fated experimentation shed light on the truth, says Ben
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‘I will remain free’

‘I will remain free’

Tara says her life is “the tale of a broken woman renewed”
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Love overflow

Love overflow

Out of the overflow of love for God and in obedience to His commands, Christians have laid a strong foundation of care and compassion, bringing about significant social change and advocacy in our Western society. While the word "Christian" conjures up negative images and thoughts for some people, it is important to reflect on the many positive things that characterise the true nature of God and His Word, the Bible.
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Lust, are you worth it?

Lust, are you worth it?

As a child Olivia Ward truly believed she would one day meet her prince charming and live a beautiful life together, happily ever after.
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Missing sheep?

Missing sheep?

When people say they were once 'lost' before becoming Christians, to some it just sounds strange, right? The idea of being 'spiritually' lost stems from a parable Jesus told in the book of Luke chapter 15 verses 1 to 7, which He used to illustrate the value of one soul in God's sight.
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Lost and found

Lost and found

A feeling of abandonment and emptiness often overwhelmed Tash Head as a teenager when she reflected on the suicide of her father when she was just a baby.
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Fly east in peace

Fly east in peace

Am I ready to die? Richard Snowdon asked himself this question as he sat in a Cyprus airbase waiting for his orders to "fly east" into the 1990-91 Gulf War.
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Walk a mile in their shoes

Walk a mile in their shoes

With all the news of politicians pushing the boundaries of their ultimately self-prescribed entitlements, it is easy to become disillusioned with those who lead us. It is equally disturbing that the accusers appear equally guilty.
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What happens when the money runs out?

What happens when the money runs out?

$60,000,000,000,000.00! Can you believe that the national public debt of 49 countries (with publicly accessible data) is 60 trillion dollars? All you have to do is check out NationalDebtClocks.org and see that every minute 4.5 million dollars of interest is added to the amount owed by these nations.
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Craving fatherly love

Craving fatherly love

Military man found the acceptance he longed for
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‘Time is money’ is a rip-off!

‘Time is money’ is a rip-off!

There is the frequently touted maxim underpinning our western understanding: 'time is money'.
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The “missing links” are even more “missing” !

The “missing links” are even more “missing” !

When the greatly fragmented skull designated KNM-ER 1470 ('1470 man') was first discovered, it was paraded as a transitional 'ape-man', as Homo habilis.
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Satisfying intimacy requires vulnerability and risk

Satisfying intimacy requires vulnerability and risk

A common question that will be asked around thousands of meal tables tonight will be, "How was your day?" If I was a gambling man I can almost guarantee that the answer will be something like, "Fine, how was yours?"
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Gardens for the senses

Gardens for the senses

Gardens can be wonderful places to stimulate all the senses.
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Take control over new Windows 10 features

Take control over new Windows 10 features

Wi-Fi Sense security and privacy explained
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Victory after dark times

Victory after dark times

Uni Games 800m champion Angie Petty shares her new motivation and plans for Rio Olympics
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