Challenge Good News Paper - 404 August 2017
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Tumultuous ride to fame
Actor Chris Pratt on his journey to fame and the part God played in it.
Tumultuous ride to fame
Romances couldn’t fulfill me
Author Francine Rivers on her addiction and how her writing changed, from steamy romance novels to stories of unconditional love.
Romances couldn’t fulfill me
Searching for peace
If you are like most people walking the streets you want peace in this world. Not just for yourself but for your children and grandchildren. Who wants war? It's hard to imagine why anyone would.
Getting a glimpse of hell
Art professor Howard Storm didn’t believe in the afterlife or anything beyond what he could experience with his five senses, but that was before he died.
Getting a glimpse of hell
Coke addict gets her life back
Cocaine was nothing more to Trisha Henderson than an experiment, a way to at last be accepted among her peers.
Coke addict gets her life back
“If God is real, how are you still in jail?”
Kenneth Bae shares his experience in a North Korean labor camp, and the joy and strength that kept him alive
“If God is real, how are you still in jail?”
Full House star won’t be left behind
Star of the 90's TV hit Full House and the new Netflix reboot Fuller House Candace Cameron Bure was an admirable role model, successful actress, and devoted mother but says she was still "not good enough".
Full House star won’t be left behind
Finding the answer to everything
Have you ever seen a bumper sticker that says "Jesus is the answer" or heard someone say it? And maybe you thought "The answer to what – what was the question?"
Finding the answer to everything
Near-death leads to new life
Ex-hooker and homosexual Pam Sullivan found joy when she realized she no longer had to carry the burden of her past.
Near-death leads to new life
Dream shakes selfish Dean
Dean Matthew Holmes' childhood was all love, care, and the good news. God was everywhere – at home, at school...
Dream shakes selfish Dean
Arm chair up Everest
Let me ask you a question with a very obvious answer. Would you carry an arm chair up Mt Everest? The answer is of course not, it is such a difficult climb that climbers get rid of absolutely everything they don't need and carry only the essentials.
Arm chair up Everest
NASA scientist sees grand design
Growing up in the shadow of the Apollo missions, Space Shuttle and the Hubble Space Telescope had its impact on Dr Henry Richter who later became a key player in the pivotal years of the Space Race.
NASA scientist sees grand design
Do I have to believe in a literal creation to be a Christian?
By "literal Creation" I mean believe that God created the world in six normal days, that there was then a real rebellion against God by an actual Adam and Eve, followed by the entry of death, suffering and becoming carnivores (eating flesh) into a once-perfect world, and that the first chapters of Genesis are a literal, historical account of all this.
Our great-grandfathers had more brainpower
A new study led by psychologist Michael Woodley (Umeå University, Sweden) has found that our 19th century ancestors were "substantially cleverer" than we are.
Our great-grandfathers had more brainpower
Clarity follows Kelsie’s confusion
Kelsie Faas was married at the young age of 20, and realised that she needed all the help she could get to have a successful marriage.
Clarity follows Kelsie’s confusion
A surprisingly influential book
So, you think you know nothing about the Bible and that it doesn't influence your life in any way?
A surprisingly influential book
Jean Henry Durant – The Red Cross
One of the failures of modern times is that we forget the origins of significant institutions. Take for instance the Red Cross. This was created by Jean Henry Durant who witnessed the suffering of soldiers in the 1859 Battle of Solferino in Italy. It motivated him with four friends to start the International Red Cross.
Jean Henry Durant – The Red Cross
Vacuuming the pain away
Hannah Denham’s eyes are bright and she smiles bravely as she tells her story
Vacuuming the pain away
Finding the path to ‘oneness’
There is something very special about seeing an elderly couple who have been married for many years still walking hand in hand with each other.
Finding the path to ‘oneness’
Prayermate prayer diary app
There really is an app for everything! Are you new to Christianity and never prayed before? Not sure how to? Maybe you pray but your prayer list is too long and overwhelming? Do you tell people you are going to pray for them but then forget?
Prayermate prayer diary app
Lessons from a sausage dog (Part 6)
One Sunday afternoon my husband, myself, our three children and the dog were all on our queen-size bed and Adrian was rough-housing with the kids
Lessons from a sausage dog (Part 6)
Courage, conviction and life after cricket
Former cricketer Henry Olonga had the natural talent to do many things, but it was his faith that helped him do hard things.
Courage, conviction and life after cricket

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