Challenge Good News Paper - 390 May 2016
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Priceless message
Aussie pop-rock duo speak up for women in new film
Priceless message
How to parent in public
"Will you shut that kid up, or will I?" a checkout man snaps at a hapless mother trying to calm her wailing child in the next checkout.
How to parent in public
It pays to be sure
Wrong information can be deadly. Recent headlines tell of one hundred men being notified through pathology that they have tested positive for cancer.
It pays to be sure
Bold new song to sing
Singer-songwriter Melissa Crothers once hid her true identity but her new album reflects a determination to stand up for what she firmly believes in
Bold new song to sing
Footballer back on track
Depression and alcohol threatened to derail former VFL footballer Ashley Humphrey but today he thanks a club chaplain and some new friends for helping him rebuild his life.
Footballer back on track
Not all debts are painless
Credit cards are a common part of the lives of people in wealthy nations. The access to easy credit means we don't have to wait for the things we want, we can get them now.
Search for the right father
Neglect and abuse caused Lisa Walker to believe that finding her biological father would complete her but it was another father that brought her true healing
Search for the right father
Life is a sculpture not a painting
Steve shares how personal life tragedies were used for good
Life is a sculpture not a painting
Life’s meaning found
A kind teacher and an ex-KKK member changed the purpose of John’s life
Life’s meaning found
A mother’s wish come true
Breaking free from her restrictive parents and joining the rebellious school kids was what LeeAnne Dunn wanted most as a teen
A mother’s wish come true
A shout out to mums!
"Motherhood is a great honour and privilege, yet it is also synonymous with servanthood.
A shout out to mums!
Lawyer finds case for grand design
As a successful lawyer and former politician, John Langlois believes the evidence for life arising and evolving by chance is completely absent.
Lawyer finds case for grand design
Unmatched forgiveness
Flag raising, smoking ceremonies and cultural dance performances; art exhibitions; walks, runs, and jogs; take your pick as to how you want to celebrate reconciliation this National Sorry Day.
Unmatched forgiveness
DNA and bone cells found in dinosaur bone
Since the late 1990s, Dr Mary Schweitzer from Montana, an evolutionist herself, has been rocking the evolutionary/uniformitarian world with discoveries of soft tissue in dinosaur bones
DNA and bone cells found in dinosaur bone
Blinded girl’s new vision
An American teen who fled from her family when they learned of her Christian faith hopes her published story will inspire women who are seeking freedom
Blinded girl’s new vision
Can there be Peace in 2016?
In a world convulsing with conflict and suffering should we give up on peace?
Can there be Peace in 2016?
‘Crutch words’ we often misuse
 
The truth about intimacy
How would you define intimacy? In a world drowning in social media, reality TV and an endless stream of advice on sexual fulfilment, it's a good question to ask.
The truth about intimacy
Outright mobiles cheaper than on contract
Taking up a mobile repayment plan not worth it, says CHOICE
Money-saving tips for winter
As your household bills rise due to heating costs here are a few tips to save this winter.
Money-saving tips for winter
Fearless life
Filipino boxing champion and parliamentarian Manny Pacquiao turns from boxing to help his country further
Fearless life

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