Challenge Good News Paper - 81, 2016
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Hug melted man of steel
Former angry meth addict on new mission to spread love
Hug melted man of steel
In Prison Sentenced to death
Years ago, I was living in a foreign land where I had run into trouble with the law. The laws seem unfair, confusing and harsh.
In Prison Sentenced to death
Turning over a new leaf
As autumn leaves start to turn warm oranges and reds before falling to the ground, it might be time for us to change too
Turning over a new leaf
Nini’s famous shortbread
This is my grandmother's most popular recipe, one everybody asked for after they tasted one of her fresh batches.
Nini’s famous shortbread
Healing not in ancestral worship
Barren ex-sangoma finds true blessing comes from the God of the Bible
Healing not in ancestral worship
Guilt washed away
The tragic loss of her sister crushed Suné Labuschagne and her family and left her looking for answers to the misery she felt inside.
Guilt washed away
How far would you go for a meatball?
lf you were a homeless dog named Arthur, the answer is almost 700km!
How far would you go for a meatball?
Drunkard given second chance
An alcoholic and violent man, Duncan Oundo thought he deserved hell
Drunkard given second chance
Isidakwa sinikezwa ithuba lesibili (Zulu)
Umuntu othanda utshwala enodlame, uDuncan Oundo wayecabanga ukuthi ufanelwe yisihogo
’n DRONKAARD KRY ’n TWEEDE KANS (Afrikaans)
Duncan Oundo, ’n alkoholis en geweldenaar, het gedink dat hy verdien om hel toe te gaan
Chidhakwa Chakawaniswa Mumwezve Mukana (Shona)
Duncan Olindo uyo aiva chidhakwa uye achiita mhirizhonga, aifunga kuti magumo ake raingova gehena roga
Don’t let them tell you who you are
Bullying has no place in the schoolyard and it certainly has no place in the world of grown-ups.
Don’t let them tell you who you are
Love regained
A devastating break-up led Kahlia to re-examine where true love is found
Love regained
The suffering servant
WHAT would anyone know about my pain?
The suffering servant
Battle of the Mind
Four-time CrossFit champ reveals his ultimate motivation
Battle of the Mind

Prison Edition

You’re worth something
While 25-year-old Sicelo Simphiwe Thela once felt worth something to his community, when his father fell ill and passed away he felt part of his identity was lost.
You’re worth something
Hollywood stuntman’s new life
Blockbuster stunt veteran shares about his turnaround following a near-death experience, drug addiction and stint in prison
Hollywood stuntman’s new life
Making the most of time
Imagine there is a bank that credits your account each morning with $86,400, then at the end of every day the bank deletes whatever remaining balance you failed to use during the day.
God is never tired of us
Samuel realised God is not finished with anyone
God is never tired of us
Needs provided for
Poverty and despair so surrounded Godfrey Mamebula that he tried to steal train tracks.
Needs provided for
Can’t do life alone
Lulu realised being good without God was impossible
Can’t do life alone
From the Gospel of Mark
Mark 14:10-31
From the Gospel of Mark

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