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This week, the Philippines government and the nation's largest Muslim rebel group took the first steps to creating a lasting peace in the war-torn southern Philippines. Iif the agreement holds, it could mean peace for the first time in 40 years.
Egypt's Coptic Christians Mourn Their Pope's Death
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has been married more than 40 years. So, he should know referring to his wife as this is a big “no-no.”
Producers hope the new Christian film "The Grace Card" will help bring light to racial problems that still exist today and how God's Word can help in solving them.
This year Sagemont Church brought in over 1,000 children to Vacation Bible School. For 40 years, this ministry has been impacting the children of Houston, Texas.
After more than 40 years as the chief executive officer of CBN, Pat Robertson passes the mantle on to his son, Gordon Robertson.
She's one of the hardest working women in Gospel music. After 40 years of sweeping the nation, she stops by The 700 Club to perform and share from her life.
In her new memoir, 'Blue Skies No Fences,' Lynne Cheney recounts growing up in the post-war '50s.
The legendary comedian returns to The 700 Club to talk about his career and to share a few laughs.
Chris Mitchell looks at why dividing Jerusalem may be the ultimate obstacle on the roadmap to peace.
Jeff Gregory, missions pastor at Cornerstone Church outside of Nashville, Tennessee, started the first grade at Gene Brown Elementary School in 1968. Almost 40 years later he organized a project to renovate the entire school in just five days.
Pastors are calling on the global church to pray for revival in North Korea.
Where have all the honeybees gone? Millions are disappearing all over the world and scientists don't know why.
Veteran musician and multiple Grammy winner Ricky Skaggs talks with Scott Ross about his career and his involvement in The Call.
Gorman Woodfin interviews the cast of the new comedy Evan Almighty.
The old-fashioned romance associated with Valentine's Day is no longer a reality for many young people.
Carl and Ruth Lund of Ohio lost their dairy farm to a fire. Friends helped them rebuild their farm and now it thrives.
Maria and Martha have been friends for more than 40 years, and Maria has poured her life into her friend, who is mentally retarded.