Good News Magazine: July - August 1997

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In This Issue

  • by Jerold Aust
Is proper child rearing a lost cause? What pressures do parents face, and where can they find help in bringing up children with proper moral values?
  • by Jerold Aust
We have a choice: Either we teach our children good values or we abandon their future to chance. If we don't teach our children, somebody else will.
  • by Becky Sweat
It's a fact: The less time children and parents spend together and the fewer thoughts and activities they share, the more powerful the entertainment media, peer groups and other influences will be in shaping the thoughts and lives of our children.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Small nations sometimes must be dependent on large nations but that isn't the only path.
  • by Les McCullough
The truth about life after death is out there, but not in our stars or ourselves. Our revealed future is far greater than the stuff of dreams.
  • by Les McCullough
Not everybody is being called to salvation and eternal life during their fleshly life on earth.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
Why is Africa, an enormous continent blessed with great wealth, plagued with such pervasive problems? When will it find solutions?
  • by LeeAnn Luker
Hospitality is well on its way out. But understanding what hospitality is-and isn't-may help you recapture the spirit of hospitality.
  • by Greg Sargent
Many don't realize how greed is impeding their spiritual growth and how necessary it is to overcome the deadly and deceitful sin of covetousness.
  • by David Treybig
By putting together all the scriptures on a given subject, we allow the Bible to interpret itself and give us a complete and coherent view of God's instruction on specific areas of life.
  • by Scott Ashley
Does Paul's statement in Romans 14:14 that "I know and am convinced by the Lord Jesus that there is nothing unclean of itself" mean that there was no distinction between clean and unclean meats in the early Church?
  • by Dean Wilson
Sin is humanity's most dangerous and deceitful enemy. God obviously hates sin, but how does He view the sinner?
  • by Jerold Aust
Many connections are to be noted between Joshua and Jesus. The names share the same meaning: "God is salvation." Jesus (Ieous) is the Greek form of the Hebrew Joshua (Yehosua). Many parallels can be drawn between the two Joshuas.
  • by Good News
The last five years have been marked by headlines such as "World Fishing Fleets Face Ruin as Catches Disappear," "Too Many Fisherman, Too Few Fish," "Fishing Crises in World's Oceans" and "The Madness That Threatens Our Oceans."
  • by Good News
According to a recent report from Washington, D.C., "America is bracing itself for a storm of criminal violence that, if some experts are to be believed, will sweep the country on a scale unprecedented in the nation's history."
  • by Good News
Skyrocketing deaths from cancer and heart disease can be blamed in part on bad habits and unhealthy lifestyles promoted in and by the United States, according to this year's World Health Organization annual report.