Challenge Good News Paper - USA Edition 44, 2016
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Mallory Weggemann BIGGER PICTURE
Chanelle Price THE TIME BATTLE
RIO 2016 PHOTO FEATURE

Strong in the face of injury
Monday April 25 brought Golden State Warrior point guard Stephen Curry the last news a basketball player wants to hear, when an MRI revealed a sprain in his right knee.
Strong in the face of injury
Rapper’s conscience
Gene Thornton bears his soul on changing rap names, splitting from music partnership with his brother, and the drunken night out that changed his life
Rapper’s conscience
Hardened Guatemala gang member transformed by Christ
His fellow gang member thrust a pistol into his hand. "Go ahead and kill the kid," he instructed him.
Hardened Guatemala gang member transformed by Christ
Ignorance isn’t bliss
"To be or not to be, that is the question." So said Shakespeare. But "to know or not to know" is important too.
Ignorance isn’t bliss
Turning CAN’T into CAN
Academic struggles did not stop Jeremy from making a big difference
Turning CAN’T into CAN
Hunter ends bid for record fifth Olympics
Detaching identity from career is the secret to making it long term
Hunter ends bid for record fifth Olympics
Missing leg not a hindrance
“In my head, I don’t have a disability,” says record-breaking discus world champion
Missing leg not a hindrance
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
Peace among trouble at the Olympics
The Olympics generate a great deal of national pride in each participating country, whether they send a powerful contingent like Team USA, or a small one, like Dominica's team of three at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
RIO Olympics 2016
 
RIO Olympics 2016
Part of a bigger picture
Champion Paralympic swimmer Mallory Weggemann believes everything happens for a reason
Part of a bigger picture
Rich yet unhappy
Can quality of life be measured by digits?
Sourdough surprise
When my dream to make my own sourdough bread collapsed in a gooey, undercooked mess of disgust, I discovered something that gave me even more joy: feeding birds.
Sourdough surprise
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
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 far away from our perfectly situated Earth.
Our universe: beautiful but spoiled
Two becoming one in finance
Many financial advisors recommend couples keep separate bank accounts, and have a joint account for paying shared expenses.
Two becoming one in finance
Chasing two minutes
Chanelle Price on how she won the time battle
Chasing two minutes

Prisons Edition

At peace with his enemies
Notorious “Mafia Prince” Michael Franzese ‘betrayed’ his crime family to become a motivational speaker
At peace with his enemies
Tired of hurting
"I was just tired. I was so tired of my life. I was so tired of hurting..."
Tired of hurting
The love of a father
“I didn’t ask God for justice, I cried out for mercy,” says Duche Bradley
The love of a father
Forgiven and free
"I felt like I was okay to drive," James Caldemeyer says in a video testimony for I Am Second, reminiscing a night of heavy drinking.
Forgiven and free
Struggling with drunkenness?
Time for action!
Struggling with drunkenness?
Propaganda, the making of a rap artist
Jason Petty shares his rap story and the essence of his identity
Propaganda, the making of a rap artist
Never too late to change
For years John Bowmer considered his petty criminal record and so-called "manly" excesses and partying behavior as a badge of honor.
Never too late to change
From the Gospel of Mark
Mark 14:32-54
From the Gospel of Mark

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