Challenge Good News Paper - 379 May 2015
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Noongar man’s foundation
Hollywood star Bailee Madison
DNA not a ‘dumb machine’
Netflix vs other online TV choices
Manny: Fearless fighter

Freed from abuse
A neighbour’s abuse ushered in Tim Ross’ world of secrecy
Freed from abuse
This is not intellectual suicide
My girlfriend cannot believe nonsense, Guillaume told himself
This is not intellectual suicide
Foundation unshakable
Nothing else gives me this freedom, says Eric
Foundation unshakable
Family life — pain or pleasure
Television commercials portray smiling faces around the family table, enjoying each other's company and the best breakfast cereal. Turn to the family soapies and you can easily get a serve of unfaithfulness, intrigue, neglect, violence, and more, with the consequent jangle of human emotions and physical pain.
Family life — pain or pleasure
A day to say sorry
Sorry can be a hard word to say but it holds power for healing and restoration
A day to say sorry
Miss Meek: actress dreams fulfilled
Bridge to Terabithia star Bailee Madison shares why she strives to always have a humble attitude
Miss Meek: actress dreams fulfilled
Leaving dark days behind
Rob Varicak says he lived selfishly "like a parasite on society" until a radical transformation saw him dedicate his life to serving refugees and others.
Leaving dark days behind
Celeb buzz
Is it right that celebs like Justin Bieber have become role models?
Celeb buzz
Born for something bigger
Being a mother opened Joanne’s eyes to the wisdom she had rejected
Born for something bigger
Heading home
My grandfather died a few months ago.
Adventure never ends
Hiking, kayaking and surfing along with mission trips to Myanmar, Thailand and India and a year spent working in Fiji are among the many adventures Rochelle Booth has enjoyed in her lifetime but it is all part of a bigger picture she has for her life.
Adventure never ends
A clean sweep
When I was 16, my parents decided they could finally trust me and my brothers enough to leave us home while they went away for a weekend. My grandparents lived just down the street, so we could eat and sleep there if we wanted to.
A clean sweep
Let little children come
Religious education in schools has recently come to the foreground of contentious topics discussed among the Australian public, particularly in regards to Christian beliefs.
DNA enzyme far from ‘dumb machine’
Dr Santoso helped uncover a unique process in the DNA-replicating enzyme
DNA enzyme far from ‘dumb machine’
Hints for buying a used car
For those who do not have a mechanically-minded friend to shop around with, here are some useful tips:
Foxes migrated on ice bridges
Researchers, led by scientists at Durham University, UK, say arctic foxes migrated to Iceland across bridges of sea ice during the Little Ice Age. That was in fairly recent historical times between 200 and 500 years ago.
Foxes migrated on ice bridges
Breakthrough amid family heartache
Rebellious children, her husband’s affair, and death in the family broke Taliba’s heart before a miraculous experience changed her perspective on life
Breakthrough amid family heartache
The ‘good’ go to heaven?
How good do you have to be to go to Heaven? According to Jesus, Heaven is a place of perfection and purity. God, in whom there is not the slightest trace of evil, and the (loyal) angels, are absolutely perfect and pure.
The ‘good’ go to heaven?
Finding rest in times of pain
No one is immune to suffering in this world. We will all go through some form of pain or suffering at any point in our lives. A life cut short because of a deadly disease, motoring accidents or when a natural disaster strikes, depression, unemployment, broken relationships and the list could go on. It is a well-known fact that pain is a part of life.
Finding rest in times of pain
The Unbreakable Bond of a mother and Child
The 24th June 2013 was a day that forever changed the lives of Selina Bello and Peggy Alexander-Kew.
The Unbreakable Bond of a mother and Child
Video-on-demand: spoiled for choice
Australians now have four low-cost streaming services to satisfy their appetite for on-demand TV and movies. Most offer free 30-day trials (15 days for Quickflix) but all are priced well under the minimum $25 per month for Foxtel pay TV.
Weatherproof your garden
As each day is gradually getting colder it is time to get stuck into the tasks that all gardens need in autumn and early winter:
Weatherproof your garden
Pacman fearless fighter
As a world-renowned Filipino boxer, congressman, singer, actor, philanthropist and basketball coach, Manny Pacquiao shares the reason for his fearless life
Pacman fearless fighter

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