Challenge Good News Paper - 392 July 2016
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Bear Grylls’ backbone
TV survival skills expert and former British soldier Bear Grylls reveals his ultimate source of strength
Bear Grylls’ backbone
Shadow of a legend
Iconic musician Ray Charles’ daughter forgave her father behind prison bars
Shadow of a legend
Life: A priceless treasure
The way some people treat life these days you wouldn't think it was worth much.
Life: A priceless treasure
Counter terror with love
Former Muslim Nabeel Qureshi tackles our response to terrorism in his new book, Answering Jihad: A Better Way Forward
Counter terror with love
Glass ceiling broken
It took Barbados-based corporate attorney Dr. Sharma Taylor years to come to a place of self-acceptance; a place found far beyond achieving all her academic goals.
Glass ceiling broken
Drug smuggler ‘sees the light’
Convicted drug smuggler and addict Clint Holmes had a radical encounter in prison that transformed his life. He literally 'saw the light' in a supernatural vision – no drugs involved!
Drug smuggler ‘sees the light’
Hope despite illness
Why do bad things happen to people seemingly without explanation?
Hope despite illness
I punched someone and I liked it
To this day I am ashamed that I sucker-punched one of my best friends when I was age nine and made him cry.
I punched someone and I liked it
Turning CAN’T into CAN
Academic struggles did not stop Jeremy from making a big difference
Turning CAN’T into CAN
Sweet but deadly
Are you a savoury or sweet person? Whether it be hot chips, chocolate, ice cream, pizza or something else, most of us have an unhealthy "food weakness" that delivers a twinge of guilt when we overindulge on it.
Sweet but deadly
Good reasons for belief
All religions have intelligent people so all must be equally true, Yoke-Peng Kong thought, until she was challenged to look closer at them.
Good reasons for belief
Our universe: beautiful but spoiled
Looking at the vast expanse of stars on a clear night, it is hard not to marvel at the stunning beauty of exploding balls of gas situated far away from our perfectly situated Earth.
Our universe: beautiful but spoiled
DNA repair uses electrical signals
The DNA in our cells gets damaged and needs to be repaired. Failure to fix the damage causes cancer. Our cells have nano-machines that travel along the strands of DNA to find the errors and repair them.
DNA repair uses electrical signals
Vision changes porn actress
A former porn star ended a money-spinning 14-year career due to an extraordinary vision that shook her to her core.
Vision changes porn actress
Work is a rewarding gift
The word "work" is sometimes just four letters standing in the way of being able to do what we really want to.
Work is a rewarding gift
Spatial disorientation
The term "spatial disorientation" refers to the effect on pilots when they can't see the horizon.
Spatial disorientation
Forgiving others removes emotional baggage
Some of the emotional baggage that we carry with us into our relationships is found in a sack labelled un-forgiveness.
Forgiving others removes emotional baggage
Disable Windows 10 upgrade prompts with 'GWX Control Panel'
Did you know that Microsoft has deceptively changed the Windows 10 upgrade notice?
Disable Windows 10 upgrade prompts with 'GWX Control Panel'
Two becoming one in finance
Many financial advisors recommand couples keep separate bank accounts, and have a joint account for paying shared expenses.
Two becoming one in finance
‘Felt like home’
Top Australian Olympic swimmer Elka Whalan found the missing piece
‘Felt like home’

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