Good News Magazine: November - December 2006

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In This Issue

  • by Jerold Aust
After the husband and wife say, "I do," they go off into the sunset assuming their marriage will remain as it feels at that moment. But when the honeymoon wears off, they may begin thinking, "Maybe I don't." Why does this happen, and how can we make love last?
  • by Melvin Rhodes
Five years after the devastating Sept. 11 attacks, the West remains far from where it should be in the growing conflict between the Western democracies and radical Islam.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
While technology expands exponentially, the kind of knowledge we urgently need to survive ebbs and wanes. Will you be among those who wait until it's too late?
  • by Scott Ashley
It’s that time of year again! You’ll soon be barraged by the sights, sounds and smells of Christmas. Shoppers will soon go into spending overdrive, and when the bills arrive, some will wonder if it’s really worth it. Here’s a perspective from one who kicked the Christmas habit.
  • by Bonnie Greider
It seems that nobody likes correction. Instead of accepting it, some get angry, get hurt or get even. How you choose to handle it can make a world of difference in your job and in your life.
  • by Les McCullough
More than 200 years ago these three French words reverberated through the streets of Paris during the French Revolution. If only every society could truly practice the biblical version of liberty, equality and brotherhood! Yet the time is coming when they will.
  • by Don Hooser
Previous articles in this series have covered the vital spiritual tools of prayer, Bible study, meditation, fasting and repentance. But to receive the greatest gifts of God, there is another step you must take—the commitment of water baptism.
  • by Gary Petty
The Bible talks about conversion, but what does it mean? Do you really know? It's crucial that you accurately understand what the Bible teaches!
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
Bossaso is a case in point. According to The Economist, "Bossaso is an exit point from the Horn of Africa . . . This port in Northern Somalia already has 300,000 people . . . It is a raw place, entrepreneurial, resilient, armed to the teeth. It is also diseased, inadequate and famished."
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
According to The Guardian, "Doctors at the Church of Scotland Hospital in Tugela Ferry [in South Africa] were already grappling with the onslaught of AIDS and its partner in death, tuberculosis."