Challenge Good News Paper - 418 November 2018
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From tarot cards to ancient truth
Doreen Virtue was arguably the best-selling new age author of all time, with 50 books translated into 38 languages, popular angel cards and a three year waitlist for her psychic readings.
From tarot cards to ancient truth
Value’s in the eye of the beholder
There's an old saying that one man's trash is another man's treasure. What was once an eccentric fad has become fashionable. It was a sad day when you came back empty-handed from a run to the tip. Well do I remember my feelings of outrage when scavenging was outlawed. Now Council tips have shops which sell our junk back to us.
Value’s in the eye of the beholder
Bully thinks ‘forgiveness is a sin’
Growing up in Nigeria, Ozzy struggled with containing his bitterness and hatred. He was sent away to a boarding school and by the age of thirteen, he was drinking alcohol, smoking marijuana and hanging out with the wrong people.
Bully thinks ‘forgiveness is a sin’
Who can you trust?
There was a time when trusting others was normal. We had faith in human nature to a point. Institutions were solid, having our confidence. A saying was "as safe as a bank."
Who can you trust?
Breaking free of life’s baggage
Sam Keath carried more baggage than the famous passenger liner, the Titanic. He was burdened with loneliness, anger, other people's expectations, and a crippling addiction to gambling. He fled from town to town to escape but found he couldn't get free of his habits and addictions on his own.
Breaking free of life’s baggage
Faking it just wasn’t making it
Pastor’s wife realises she was self-deceived
Faking it just wasn’t making it
Meaning > happiness
In September 1942, prominent Jewish psychiatrist and neurologist Viktor Frankl was arrested in Vienna and taken to a concentration camp. For three years, Frankl worked as a therapist for the other prisoners. During that time, he learned this about life: Meaning is more important than happiness.
Faith in every phase of life
When serious knee injury ended Mark Braunack's ten-year Aussie Rules football career he could have given in to despair or resentment, but he chose to see it as an opportunity to move into something else.
Faith in every phase of life
‘Holy whirlwind’ changes devil-serving druggie
A 'WHIRLWIND' is how Hannah Perez describes the presence of God she encountered while 'chopping up lines of cocaine' on the toilet of a motel restroom, hiding from police, with her little daughter next to her.
‘Holy whirlwind’ changes devil-serving druggie
Clear out the clutter in your conscience
Newspaper clippings, expired coupons, small appliance instructions—what a mess. I'd stuffed them in a drawer, along with other odds and ends I'd not taken the time to sort through. For some reason, I felt compelled on a recent morning to do some decluttering.
Clear out the clutter in your conscience
Teen’s search for love opens dangerous doors
Brad* grew up the target of his stepfather's abuse, while his mother idly stood by.
Teen’s search for love opens dangerous doors
Model leaves runway for the narrow way
Former Maxim and Victoria's Secret model, Nicole Weider, quit a successful modelling career to follow Jesus. Now Nicole warns other young women against going into the industry.
Model leaves runway for the narrow way
KKK member renounces hatred - joins African-American church
Ken Parker in his National Socialist Movement T-shirt at a rally. He joined the organisation because the Klu Klux Klan “wasn’t hateful enough” for him. Ken Parker hated black people, Jews and gays, in fact he left the Klu Klux Klan in 2012 and joined the National Socialist Movement, an American neo-Nazi group, because "the Klan wasn't hateful enough" for him.
KKK member renounces hatred - joins African-American church
What would Jesus say to gays?
Based on the entirety of God's Word, here's what Jesus says to sinners — with no respect to age, gender, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, or sexual orientation.
Let’s hug it out
When's the last time you shared a really good hug? I bet you remember how it made you feel all warm and fuzzy inside, but that's not just your imagination. It turns out, hugs are actually great for your health!
Let’s hug it out
Geneticist challenges ape monkey business
Dr Jeffrey Tomkins abandoned his secular upbringing and career for creation research
Geneticist challenges ape monkey business
Over-engineered bugs a puzzle for evolution
Over-engineering in nature is a problem for evolution. There are numerous examples already known of this—creatures which have been 'over-equipped' for environments they have never faced or which don't exist naturally anywhere on Earth.
Over-engineered bugs a puzzle for evolution
Triangulation or loving communication?
How do you know you are married?
Triangulation or loving communication?
Lessons from a golfer - Pt 3
Let me share more of my 18 thoughts on golf and life – one for each hole, in the hope that they might help you.
Lessons from a golfer - Pt 3
What does, ‘Jesus died for our sins’ mean?
Ever been to buy shoes feeling happy with the ones you are wearing – only to see them as very shabby when the new pair come out of the box?
What does, ‘Jesus died for our sins’ mean?
Soccer player takes a brave stand
North Carolina Courage’s Jaelene Hinkle during a preseason game against the University of North Carolina Tar Heels on April 8, 2017, at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, NC. The Courage won the match 1-0. (Photo Andy Mead/YCJ/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) Jaelene Hinkle is a pro soccer defender who plays for the North Carolina Courage in the National Women's Soccer League. She was awarded the League's Player of the Year in 2009 and, in 2010, she was the League's top scorer. She received Parade All-American honours and was named to the all-conference team, first team all-state and All-Colorado team by the newspapers two years in a row.
Soccer player takes a brave stand

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