Challenge Good News Paper - September 2020
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Rescued by a fake bill
Matthew McPheron just wanted a cheap high, but heroin drove him to the streets. He slept on a playground, using a smelly trashbag as a blanket.
Rescued by a fake bill
When life feels meaningless
If you are person who would like some stark honesty about life, Ecclesiastes in the Bible is the book for you.
When life feels meaningless
Plagued by evil
From a young age Otukile Zetro, of Botswana, knew that there was more to reality than what he could perceive with his senses.
Plagued by evil
The best 4-letter words
There are two four letter words which mean a lot to me - words which help me stare down failure and give the winning edge.
The best 4-letter words
Desperate doctor prays for dying pastor
In March, Queens New York Pastor Benjamin Thomas developed a fever that refused to go away.
Desperate doctor prays for dying pastor
Desperate teen finds joy
"My life was terrible."
Desperate teen finds joy
No longer afraid
Maruwaan began experimenting with drugs from the age of 14, quickly becoming addicted to crystal meth and heroine.
No longer afraid
We all put on masks
I don't understand why people would have a problem being asked to wear a mask.
We all put on masks
Little Miss ‘Perfect’
If there was one place in the world Chéri-Lynn Steyn loved to be, it was basking in the glow of her own limelight.
Little Miss ‘Perfect’
‘Worst’ Aussie gangster changed
Between the 1960s and the 1990s Stan 'the Man' Smith was one of the most feared villains in Australia
‘Worst’ Aussie gangster changed
Blown away by God - literally
Autism, dyslexia, a lazy eye, no end of learning difficulties. Not surprisingly, school was a struggle from the get-go for Shaun Benstead
Blown away by God - literally
COVID causes spike in prayer
Researchers have found that the crisis and uncertainty around the global COVID-19 pandemic is causing a growth in religious interest.
COVID causes spike in prayer
Phone call thwarts woman’s suicide
Padina was ready to kill herself and take her seriously ill mother with her.
Phone call thwarts woman’s suicide
Called out from the shadows
As far as stepmothers go, Lily Cordeiro drew the short straw.
Called out from the shadows
Transformed through fire
David Snyder, serves as Executive Director of Sustainable Medical Missions in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. This is his story:
Transformed through fire