Challenge Good News Paper - 402 June 2017

Unwanted and unnamed yet unashamed

Unwanted and unnamed yet unashamed

Australian wife, mother, writer, and international speaker Christine Caine has come through the challenges of her life to be unstoppable, undaunted and unashamed.
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Heroin playboy finds the good stuff

Heroin playboy finds the good stuff

David Twivey grew up a typical 'poor rich kid' who had it all financially and yet felt a spiritual and emotional emptiness that drove him to alcohol and heroin.
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Family matters

Family matters

If the family is society's basic unit and is as old as the human race, why is it such a mixed blessing? Why haven't we mastered the art of living together, of relating well? Is the family just another instance of something that is hard to live with and hard to live without?
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People in prayer

People in prayer

Surveys of average Australians show that around 30 to 40 percent of us pray regularly. This may surprise you, but it is true. Lots of people pray. For many prayer is the last resort. "I have tried everything else, I might as well pray." If you regularly pray let me encourage you.
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Old me is a stranger

Old me is a stranger

I came out as gay at 15, utterly convinced that was who I was and that was the life I would lead. I couldn't fathom ever being attracted to men or living that life.
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The man who really saw the light

The man who really saw the light

A horrific childhood drove Karl suicidal, then a light shone into his dark world
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Conned!

Conned!

Australians are swindled out of at least $50 million a year by local and international telephone scammers linked to organised crime, according to a recent article on News.com.au.
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Born to sing

Born to sing

She has penned songs for Grammy Award winners and is one of the most sought-after writers in her industry – but Mia Fieldes’ journey did not always point to such success.
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Never really abandoned

Never really abandoned

The experience of months of sexual abuse, school bullying and a childhood home dominated by alcoholism left Leoné Boshoff struggling to understand where the loving God that she had committed to as a nine-year-old had gone.
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Status anxiety

Status anxiety

In his book Status Anxiety, Alain de Botton says that for many of us our lives are taken up with improving our wealth so that we can improve our place in the world and hence our sense of personal status. So what does De Botton say is the motivation behind this activity and anxiety?
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From New Age to new life

From New Age to new life

Former New Age enthusiast renounced his beliefs after an unexpected personal encounter
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Jesus said: ‘I am the Truth’

Jesus said: ‘I am the Truth’

No-one denies that truth is important and no one wants to be deceived. We all know the consequences of untruths, whether it's adulterous partners, dodgy salesmen, email scams or paedophiles posing as teenage friends on social media.
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Oldies but goodies

Oldies but goodies

It amazes me that some things that have long-ago been surpassed in a technological sense are still around and flourishing today. I'm sure that, at one time, these "simpler" inventions would have been predicted to go the way of the dinosaur because of modern advancements.
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Exposing the deception

Exposing the deception

Carl Wieland chats with geologist, marine scientist, author and educator Roger Gallop.
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Human gene mutations “arose in the last 200 generations”

Human gene mutations “arose in the last 200 generations”

We at Creation Ministries International have periodically pointed out that, from a biblical perspective, there have only been about 200 human generations since time began.
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Who’s your daddy?

Who’s your daddy?

As a satanic priest, John Ramirez was fine with the idea that he was going to hell when he died – until he saw it for himself
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Details about the Devil

Details about the Devil

In the cult movie The Usual Suspects Kevin Spacey's character Verbal Kint famously says "The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist".
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God can make a difference in your marriage

God can make a difference in your marriage

God can make a difference in your marriage.
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Stocard rewards/loyalty card app

Stocard rewards/loyalty card app

Is your wallet or purse crammed with loyalty cards? Have you forgotten which ones you have and hardly ever use them because you can't find them when you need them? Do you forget the points or special offers associated with a particular card?
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Lessons from a sausage dog (Part 4)

Lessons from a sausage dog (Part 4)

Having a dog is very good for one's ego.
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Surfs like a girl

Surfs like a girl

Pro surfer Bethany Hamilton showcases her talent in a new movie
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