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WuJi and her classmates faced a deadly choice daily until CBN Partners stepped in with the answer.
As seen on The 700 Club's nationally televised broadcast for July 5, the top headlines from CBN News include -- No Fireworks: GOP Candidates Work Iowa, New Hampshire; Judge Blocks Kansas Abortion Regulations, and more.
Scott Ross recently talked with Larry Gatlin about his faith, his new project, and his missteps along the path of stardom.
The NFL quarterback and his wife share how they met and what kept them together in spite of their personal and professional struggles.
Jennifer Dickenson lost her job, her car, and nearly her home. With faith in God, she wrote out a plan and saw God restore it all. His principles can work for you, too.
On Monday's CBN Newswatch with Wendy Griffith: Hot Weather Cancels Fourth of July Celebrations, Chavez Back in Venezuela, Feeling 'Fine' After Tumor, and more.
Gordon Robertson whips up BBQ pork with restaurateur Lee Ann Whippen and the incredible story of a Scott Smiley, a soldier blinded in combat who went on to be the Army’s first blind active-duty officer.
Jamie Galloway shares his testimony as we celebrate July 4th.
Ray Charles sings, 'America the Beautiful.'
Fireworks are practically synonymous with the 4th of July, but do you know the history of fireworks? After this video, you will.
Gordon Robertson prepares perfect 4th of July BBQ with the owner of Wood Chick's BBQ Restaurant, Lee Ann Whippen.
Luis, an Iraq War veteran, will discuss how his dog Tuesday has helped him deal with TBI and PTSD since coming home.
A father reminisces about a trip to Washington D.C. Where his son learned the cost of freedom.
Chuck Holton visits with Scott and Tiffany Smiley. Scott was blinded in combat and has since gone on to become the Army's first blind active-duty officer.
On Friday's CBN Newswatch with Mark Martin and Lorie Johnson: One lawmaker's penny budget plan, Lebanon's future after a recent indictment, Planned Parenthood exposed in another undercover video, and more.
Israel is launching a new tourism trail to let visitors get off the beaten path and literally walk where Jesus walked. CBN News Israel correspondent Julie Stahl takes us down The Gospel Trail.
It's been almost a year and a half since the earthquake that devastated Haiti's capital, Port au Prince. As Haitians struggle to rebuild their lives, a unique television show, La Bonne Nouvelle, is giving them a sense of hope.
South Korean Christians describe North Korea's prison system as a modern-day Auschwitz. This week, they joined human rights activists in Seoul recently on Holocaust Remembrance Day to draw attention to the plight of prisoners in the hermit kingdom.