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Covenant Communion Service at Christian Broadcasting Network Headquarters. Prayers by Pat Robertson, Kenneth Copeland and DeDe Robertson at the cross on our property. Reclaiming the Covenant started in 1607 on the 400th anniversary.
Christian historian Marshall Foster hopes Americans rediscover the Christian foundations of our country.
The queen and her husband’s first stop was in Virginia's capital city of Richmond, where thousands showed up to get a glimpse of the royal couple.
On April 29th, 1607, America was dedicated to God on the shores of Cape Henry, Virginia. On April 29th, 2007, we commemorate what took place 400 years ago through communion and through prayer.
Reclaiming the Covenant Communion Service
Gordon Robertson teaches from Colossians 3:16 on "The Prophetic Song of the Lord."
As Americans prepare to celebrate the country's 400th anniversary, Christians across Virginia have been holding prayer meetings literally around the clock.
This year marks the 400th anniversary of Jamestown, America’s first permanent English colony.
This year marks the 400th anniversary of an event that is central to CBN's ministry today. In 1607, a nation was born when travel-weary Englishmen landed at Cape Henry on the shores of Virginia.
Bible literacy is on the decline in the U.S. One prominent Oklahoma family hopes a treasure hunt of sorts will help reverse that trend.
Candice Kumai shares ideas for dishes that are inexpensive, delicious and healthy and Gordon Robertson takes a commemorative look at the King James Bible on the 400th anniversary of its first printing.
The best-selling book of all-time turns 400 years old. Gordon Robertson looks at the people and events that inspired the most-widely read bible in history.
Hunting for Bibles: Reaffirming a ‘National Treasure’
King James Version Still Reliable?
How the King James Bible Changed the World
Kings James Bible Still Most Popular Translation