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Murderer undergoes total transformation
In 2012, high on drugs and drink, Vusumzi Gatsi, known as Yster, stabbed and murdered his girlfriend.
Murderer undergoes total transformation
Autoimmune disease changes influencer
Tara Sun was thriving in school and had a promising future in dance until one day she woke up in agonising pain, unable to move.
Autoimmune disease changes influencer
1st colour 3D x-ray of the human body
An amazing new medical imaging scanner, using technology developed at the Large-Hadron Collider at CERN, is able to produce 3D x-rays in colour.
1st colour 3D x-ray of the human body
How to find peace in chaos
What does the word peace mean to you?
How to find peace in chaos
Life of roses hits thorny patch
Being a child of plenty can be a double-edged sword.
Life of roses hits thorny patch
How do you get to Heaven?
A teacher asked the children in her Sunday School class: "If I sold my house and my car, had a big garage sale and gave all my money to the church, would that get me into heaven?"
How do you get to Heaven?
Faith in the face of loss
Australian Baseball League pitcher and Perth Heat import Blake Bivens entered the toughest storm of his life in August 2019
Faith in the face of loss
Beauty and kindness defy evolution
Writing for The Federalist, Glenn T. Stanton notes the "extravagant beauty" in nature that defies evolutionary explanation.
Beauty and kindness defy evolution
Life of lack becomes lush
Stephen Kipro was filled with fear and suffered from low self-esteem because of his family's humble background.
Life of lack becomes lush
Husband of the year
Jack Eccles is a longtime Baptist pastor with two doctoral degrees.
Husband of the year
Leg crushing crash
For many years, Davey Hamilton worshipped the sport of auto racing. "Racing really was my god.
Leg crushing crash
Data versus dogma
Sergei Golovin has three Masters degrees (in geophysics, education, and religious studies), two doctorates (in philosophy, and ministry) and lives in the Crimea region, Ukraine, with his family. He heads the Christian Center for Science and Apologetics.
Data versus dogma
New movie tells story of singer’s tragic loss
College student Jeremy Camp was on stage when he first laid eyes on Melissa Henning.
New movie tells story of singer’s tragic loss
Friend’s death saves rapper
Hoodlum deserved hell, now raps for heaven
Friend’s death saves rapper
The first, most deadly virus
We are all aware of the Coronavirus crisis and the continual warnings from the authorities that we take the threat seriously
The first, most deadly virus
Escaping America’s opioid epidemic
In 2010, Americans—who make up less than 5 percent of the world's population—consumed 80 percent of the world's opioids
Escaping America’s opioid epidemic
Changing racist hearts
Few examples of systemic racism are more glaring than the African slave trade.
Changing racist hearts
Fugitive finds escape in prison
The name Richard Mangone may not be very recognizable today but in the 1980s it was synonymous with big-time fraud and runaway greed.
Fugitive finds escape in prison
Christianity could be debunked by history
When I was a teenager, I was asked by a magazine doing an article comparing religions what was the difference between my religion – Christianity - and other world religions.
Christianity could be debunked by history

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