Good News Magazine: May - June 2007

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  • by Jerold Aust
Too many parents allow the harmful influences of society to shape their children’s future. Children need good parental attention. What can you do to help your child succeed?
  • by Good News
Former U.S. Vice President Dan Quayle and clinical psychologist Diane Medved collaborated on The American Family: Discovering the Values That Make Us Strong (1996). Here are some of their tips for bringing up successful children:
  • by John Miller
Fathers, you may not realize it, but you matter more to your daughter than any other man. Why is that? Why is it so important to her future? And how seriously do you take this crucial responsibility?
  • by Good News
Dr. Meg Meeker's book Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters is filled with practical information on how you can build your father-daughter relationship. One of the best books available on the subject, it reveals 10 secrets every father should know:
  • by Melvin Rhodes
Two hundred years ago, Great Britain became the first major nation to abolish the slave trade. By the end of the century slavery had been abolished around the world. Here is the remarkable story of the abolition of the slave trade—and of its tragic return to plague the world.
  • by Nancy Capo
So now you're a new parent. What adventures and surprises does the next year hold for you, your mate and your child? How can you build a foundation for future family success?
  • by John Ross Schroeder
A union of 27 nations with nearly half a billion people should not be carelessly underestimated. Yet the lofty ideals of the EU founding fathers and those of Europe’s current leaders should sometimes be taken with a grain of salt.
  • by Howard Davis
Could you be affected by a popular but deceptive New Age teaching? What's at the heart of The Secret and The Law of Attraction? Does the Bible offer any insight and guidance?
  • by Good News
Christ said the real secret of the universe, on which all of the past, present and future depends, is the Kingdom of God. Explaining His famous parable of the sower, He called descriptions of the way to enter the Kingdom of God and its principles "mysteries"—secrets or hidden truths most people don't understand (Matthew 13:11).
  • by Darris McNeely
The Bible uses the role of a watchman to describe the work of a prophet among God's people. Is there more to this symbolism than many have understood? The role of a watchman is vital to a full understanding of the work of God in the end time.
  • by Roger Foster
Did Jesus and the apostle Paul agree on how Christians should regard the Old Testament? Or, as is commonly believed, did Paul radically change the religion that Jesus Christ established?
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
Americans don't like not knowing why they are hated around the world. Of course, the United States still has some nations as friends—chiefly among the English-speaking world, Israel and in parts of Northern and Eastern Europe. But the numbers are becoming fewer.
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
"Hundreds of millions of honeybees have vanished in 22 US states, leaving keepers financially crippled and jeopardising £8 billion [or $16 billion] of crops that needed insects for pollination" (The Times, Feb. 19, 2007).