Challenge Good News Paper - 395 October 2016
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Baldwin’s about face
How one of Hollywood’s biggest “bad boys” became Hollywood’s biggest “Jesus freak”, much to his own surprise
Baldwin’s about face
Where is God in the terror?
In September we remembered the attacks that shook America and the world to its core 15 years ago.
Where is God in the terror?
Dealing with disappointment
Disappointment can be simply devastating. Did you see the faces of some of the losers at the Olympics? Faces contorted with agony, grief, shock and sheer disbelief.
Dealing with disappointment
Velcro thoughts
According to a recent podcast by neuropsychologist and best-selling author Dr Rick Hanson, neuroscience has used brain scans to discover how certain thoughts attach themselves to our brains.
“Work became an obsession”
Author Francine Rivers on her addiction and how her writing changed, from steamy romance novels to stories of unconditional love
“Work became an obsession”
Aslan: not tame but good
"Wrong will be right, when Aslan comes in sight. At the sound of his roar, sorrows will be no more.
Aslan: not tame but good
Man of many voices
Internationally awarded Australian voice actor Colin Cassidy has won over top companies with his precise voices including Bugs Bunny, Arnie, and Sir David Attenborough, and has an unusual story of finding his voice through his McDonald's manager.
Man of many voices
A princess lives
The survivor of a failed abortion, Gianna Jessen manages to feel overwhelmingly loved in a world that has consistently shown her hatred
A princess lives
The missing piece
I have always enjoyed jigsaw puzzles. As a young child I used to do the jigsaw puzzle with the picture side up, and then redo it with the picture facing down.
The missing piece
One good friend
It was every shy, socially awkward kid's worst nightmare. It was Doug Bender's 12th birthday party. The pizza, balloons and games were ready, but many hours after 3:30pm nobody turned up.
One good friend
If I were king
Do you sometimes wish you could be in charge of the universe and make all the rules? I think many of us believe we know best how others should live and wish we could tell them!
If I were king
Facing that dragon, cancer
Think video game and you might be transported to hours in a dark room on a first-person shooter or to Mario Kart duels with the family; perhaps even to long walks in the wilderness trying relentlessly to catch Pokémon.
Facing that dragon, cancer
The first to smile
A woman who has been through much shares how she finds meaning – in the little things and the big
The first to smile
Let the evidence show
Before his career even began, retired barrister and corporate lawyer Gavin Lawrie had a love for debating and asking the right questions.
Let the evidence show
Carnivore! No, it’s a herbivore
Paleontologists studying fossils of the giant flightless bird Diatryma (or Gastornis) had concluded that it was a predator because of its size (over 2 metres (7 ft) tall), huge head and beak.
Carnivore! No, it’s a herbivore
Our faith is not blind
World Sight Day is on the 13th of October, celebrating our physical sight - a wonderful gift and a vital sense that helps us interpret and evaluate our environment.
Gay-rights activist rediscovers love
I awoke to the fact that I was attracted exclusively to men as a young teenager.
Gay-rights activist rediscovers love
Bad tattoos and other mistakes
A Chinese firm has developed a new type of tattoo ink that fades away after a year, or can be taken off sooner with a removal solution, according to a recent article on news.com.au. What a great idea!
Bad tattoos and other mistakes
Peace replaced thoughts of death
Incest survivor and child abuse victim Julia Bowen knows how it feels to plead for death but today she shares the source of her new life.
Peace replaced thoughts of death
Conversation begins with you
If you wanted to develop and deepen your communication with your spouse, where would you begin?
Conversation begins with you
Simple and effective ‘Goodbudget’ app
Around Australia wages are not rising and underemployment is growing, which means most households will have need of a mobile, visually simple budgeting app to keep track of finances.
Simple and effective ‘Goodbudget’ app
Never forget with "Google Keep" app
Google Keep (free iOS app, Android app or Keep.Google.com) is a powerful note and reminder app that will ensure you never forget as long as your phone is nearby.
Never forget with
Blind surfer full of vision
Derek Rabelo on his recent film, the thrill of surfing Hawaii’s Pipeline, and chasing dreams
Blind surfer full of vision

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