A drought in the Central America nation of Gauatemala is drying up crops and putting hundreds of thousands of families at risk from food shortages. George Thomas talks with a Christian ministry that's making a difference.
The U.N. estimates some five thousand woman are killed every year in the Muslim world. George Thomas takes a look at who's doing the killing, and why.
Marshall Sana of the Barnabas Fund tells George Thomas about what life is like for Christians living in Muslim countries, especially during Ramadan.
One business that hasn't been affected by the global economic downturn is the sex trade. George Thomas takes us to Cambodia to introduce us to the young girls forced into the sex trade and the Christian ministries that rescue them.
They called a time of death on Jeff. Then, his doctor heard the Lord say, 'Pray for him.'
Phil and Kay Robertson of the hit A&E television program Duck Dynasty join Terry Meeuwsen to share how their faith has been integral to their success.
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The graffiti on a building in Belgium says it all: "Welcome to 'Belgistan." In fact, some are now calling it the Muslim capital of Europe.