Challenge Good News Paper - USA Edition 39, 2015
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So free says Tony
You're a feminist
Never give up
Spirit world is real
Dads: What is important?

Finding real love
Once rated by Maxim as one of the hottest porn stars in the world, Brittni Ruiz says she abandoned that life of fame and its vices after finding the source of real love and happiness.
Finding real love
Hollywood stuntman’s new life
Blockbuster stunt veteran shares how he turned his life around after a near-death experience, drug addiction and stint in prison
Hollywood stuntman’s new life
Striking it rich
What’s more valuable than money?
Striking it rich
Great American dream is no surety
Owning one's own house is something that Americans have long aimed for, and even expected.
Great American dream is no surety
‘I’m so free’
‘No matter how far you’ve gone, you can come back’, says former dealer turned drug educator
‘I’m so free’
Inquisitive mind finds truth
Do not be content with what you have heard, says scholar
Inquisitive mind finds truth
Officer Rudi’s awakening
I was not prepared to die, says former cop
Officer Rudi’s awakening
You’re a feminist
The concept of feminism today has become confused with the idea that women are the same as men. But that's not what feminism is about.
You’re a feminist
Instant answers smother truth
On TheVerge.com, Thomas Ricker gives a comical reflection on his increasing forgetfulness: Google's making me dumb. He blames the search giant for its ready-made, easy-access answers to everything: "Why memorize anything when it's so readily accessible?" His tech-dependent laziness might sound familiar – but is he right?
Instant answers smother truth
In the right favor
Is fear driving me to follow the crowd, Cameron wondered
In the right favor
Lust, are you worth it?
As a child Olivia Ward truly believed she would one day meet her prince charming and they would live a beautiful life together, happily ever after.
Lust, are you worth it?
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 characterize the true nature of God and His Word, the Bible.
Love overflow
Holding out for a hero
After viewing Christopher Nolan's latest mind-bending epic, Interstellar, I left the cinema that night, I can honestly say, a different man.
Holding out for a hero
Never give up
Young vet nurse is no longer worried about the future
Never give up
Shadow of protection
After a string of divorces, Christa found the safe place she longed for
Shadow of protection
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.
The “missing links“ are even more “missing“ !
Spirit world is real
Ill-fated experimentation shed light on the truth, says Ben
Spirit world is real
Adam and Eve and getting high
P, Amp, Speed, Tweak, Ice, Crystal, Crank — there are many nicknames for methamphetamine. Destroying lives through ruined looks, the once beautiful smiles ravaged by drug use. Users shackled in self-induced slavery and reliance, the paranoia, violent reactions or freaky hallucinations. The results of methamphetamine use are shockingly destructive but I think the most frightening thing about methamphetamine is what it does to the brain.
Adam and Eve and getting high
What happens when the Western world runs out of money?
$60,000,000,000,000! Can you believe that the combined national public debt of 49 countries (whose debt is known) is 60 trillion dollars? It is such an absurd amount of money and 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.
What is falling in love?
I've been asking myself this question lately: "When do you fall in love with a person?" In fact, what does it mean to "fall in love"? I think most people believe that it is something that cannot be controlled, that you fall into love itself, much like you fall into a pool of water and are engulfed by it.
What is falling in love?
Take control over new Windows 10 features
Wi-Fi Sense security and privacy explained
Take control over new Windows 10 features
15 simple things dads may not realize are the most important things
Dads, here are 15 simple things your kids want from you. As it turns out, these little things are actually the biggest things of all.
15 simple things dads may not realize are the most important things
One path to success
Helmet catch was “honest-to-God miracle”, says 2008 Super Bowl star David Tyree
One path to success

Prisons Edition

Right path to take
Abandoned by his father and battling with an alcoholic mother, David Mbiga developed an aggressive attitude at a young age, a habit that set him on a path to destruction.
Right path to take
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.
Searching for greatness
The biggest gamble
Many enjoy a good gamble. The higher the stakes, the more thrilling the game, but the more devastating the loss. Have you ever wondered if you could gamble with the highest stakes possible?
The biggest gamble
Wounds healed
Tara says her life is “the tale of a broken woman renewed through the strength of God”
Wounds healed
New life after father’s wound
Lacking a male role model was no excuse for selfishness, Rod says
New life after father’s wound
Contentment found in prison
Despite being raised in a well-off family, Lesege Ramosepele felt such a lack of love that bitterness overcame her and led to her imprisonment.
Contentment found in prison
Ex-Satanist traded darkness for light
Identifying himself as an eclectic or "self-styled" Satanist, Jeff Harshbarger says he gave himself over to demons in exchange for power. He did not expect that this power would soon demand his life.
Ex-Satanist traded darkness for light
Why suffering stirs us
Horrific accident seriously injured Dan’s mother and left him seeking answers to his suffering
Why suffering stirs us
Who can go to heaven?
How can I get to heaven? How do I know whether I have done enough to earn a place in heaven? Have I done too many bad things to be able to go there? People in prison have asked me these questions many times.
Who can go to heaven?

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