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CBN NewsWatch: March 7, 2018

On CBN Newswatch, March 7: big questions about the economy in Washington this week after the President's top economic advisor, Gary Cohn resigns; The Trump administration has filed a lawsuit to undo California's sanctuary policies that protect ... Read Transcript


Efrem: TODAY IS

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7th,

HERE IS WHAT IS

AHEAD...THE PRESIDENT'S

CHIEF ECONOMIC ADVISOR IS

OUT AFTER CLASHING WITH

THE PRESIDENT ON TRADE

POLICY.

PLUS...A MAJOR

BREAKTHROUGH IN DISARMING

NORTH KOREA.

WE BREAK DOWN THE

DEVELOPMENT.

> AND GETTING OLDER

DOESN'T HAVE TO MEAN

SLOWING DOWN.

THE RESEARCH THAT PROVES

YOU CAN BE FIT AT ANY AGE.

Announcer: THIS IS

CBN "NEWSWATCH."

Efrem: AND THANK YOU

SO MUCH FOR JOINING US.

BIG QUESTIONS ABOUT THE

ECONOMY IN WASHINGTON THIS

WEEK.

THE PRESIDENT'S TOP

ECONOMIC ADVISOR, GARY

COHN IS LEAVING.

Reporter: THE

PRESIDENT HAS LOST HIS TOP

ECONOMIC POLICY MAKER, AND

THAT HIS CRITICS

FORECASTING GLOOM AND

DOOM.

THE PRESIDENT SAID EARLIER

HE HAS PLENTY OF

OPERATIONS FOR POSITIONS

IN HIS ADMINISTRATIVE.

President Trump: SO

MANY PEOPLE WANT TO COME

IN.

I CAN TAKE ANY POSITION IN

THE WHITE HOUSE, AND I'LL

HAVE THE CHOICE OF THE 10

TOP PEOPLE HAVING TO DO

O WITH THAT POSITION.

Reporter: GARY IS A

FORMER WALL STREET

EXECUTIVE, AND HE PLAYED A

KEY ROLE IN HELPING THE

PRESIDENT ACHIEVE HIS TAX

OVERHAUL PLAN.

President Trump: COME

HERE, GARY.

ARE YOU HAPPY?

I THINK HE IS PRETTY

HAPPY.

Reporter: BUT HE

FOUGHT THE PRESIDENT ON

HIS PLANS TO USE TARIFFS

ON STEEL AND ALUMINUM

COMING INTO THE COUNTRY.

President Trump: I'M

PROTECTING OUR COMPANIES,

AND I'M PROTECTING OUR

WORKERS.

Reporter: THE TOP

CANDIDATE TO REPLACE GARY,

PETER P NAVARO.

IF THE PRESIDENT

DOESN'T DO THIS, WE'LL

LOSE OUR ALUMINUM INDUSTRY

VERY WICLY AN QUICKLY AND OUR STEEL

INDUSTRY VERY QUICKLY.

Reporter: AND LARRY

CUDLO SAYS TARIFFS ON

STEEL AND ALUMINUM WILL

RAISES TAXES AND HIT OTHER

SECTORS OF THE ECONOMY.

THERE IS 154 MILLION

AMERICANS WHO WORK.

THEY'LL BE AFFECTED.

Reporter: AND THE

TARIFF ISSUE COULD ALSO

SPILL OVER INTO POLITICS,

AMID CONCERNS THAT TARIFFS

MIGHT HURT THE ECONOMY,

AND THAT COULD BE A

PROBLEM FOR REPUBLICANS IN

THIS YEAR'S MID-TERM

ELECTIONS.

THE G.O.P. WANTS TO

CAMPAIGN ON STRONG

ECONOMIC FOOTING, AND

CANADA AND THE U.K. AND

THE EUROPEAN UNION

OPPOSING THE TARIFFS.

ON TUESDAY THE PRESIDENT

HINTED AT SOME

FLEXIBILITY, POSSIBLY

AVOIDING TARIFFS ON CANADA

AND MEXICO.

AND ON MONDAY HE TWEETED:

"TARIFFS ON STEEL AND

ALUMINUM WILL ONLY COME

OFF IF NEW AND FAIR NAFTA

AGREEMENT IS SIGNED."

MANY REPUBLICANS ARE

HOPING FOR A COMPROMISE,

BUT IT APPEARS THAT THE

PRESIDENT IS SERIOUS ABOUT

IMPOSING AT LEAST SOME

TARIFFS IN THE DAYS AHEAD.

HEATHER SELLS, CBN NEWS.

Efrem: AND WE WANT TO

TAKE A LOOK AT SOME OF THE

OTHER BIG HEADLINES IN THE

NEWSROOM.

THE PRESIDENT TRUMP

ADMINISTRATION HAS FILED A

LAWSUIT TO UNDO CALIFORNIA

SANCTUARY POLICIES THAT

PROTECT IMMIGRANTS IN THE

U.S. ILLEGALLY.

THE LAWSUIT WAS FILED ON

TIEWSMED.

TUESDAY.

THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT

SAYS THE LAWS HINDER

IMMIGRATION AND ARE

UNCONSTITUTIONAL.

> ANOTHER NOR'EASTER IS

THREATENING COMMUNITIES ON

THE EAST COAST.

RES LENTRESIDENTS ARE STILL TRYING

TO BOUNCE BACK AFTER LAST

WEEK'S STORM.

100,000 PEOPLE ARE STILL

WITHOUT POWER.

TODAY THERE WILL BE MOSTLY

RAIN FROM VIRGINIA TO NEW

JERSEY, BUT FROM

PENNSYLVANIA TO

MASSACHUSETTS, THERE COULD

BE SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOW.

SEVERAL GOVERNORS IN THE

NORTHEAST HAVE ALREADY

DECLARED STATE OF

EMERGENCYS.

> STORMY DANIELS WANTS A

CALIFORNIA CA JUDGE TO ALLOW

A NON DISCLOSURE AGREEMENT

SHE SIGNED BEFORE THE

ELECTION TO BE DROPPED.

SHE SAYS THE AGREEMENT IS

NULL AND VOID BECAUSE THE

PRESIDENT DID NOT

PERSONALLY SIGN IT.

DANIELS ALSO DENIES THE

TWO HAD AN AFFAIR, AS WELL

AS THE PRESIDENT.

> A MAJOR BREAKTHROUGH

ON THE NORTH KOREAN

PENINSULA.

KIM JONG-UN IS SIGNALLING

HE WOULD CONSIDER A CHANGE

TO HIS NUCLEAR WEAPONS

ARSENAL.

ERIK ROSALES GIVES US A

DEEPER PERSPECTIVE.

Reporter: SOUTH

KOREAN OFFICIALS SAY AFTER

MEETING FACE TO FACE WITH

KIM JONG-UN, THE NORTH

KOREAN REGIME WOULD BE

WILLING TO TALK TO THE

U.S. ABOUT GIVING UP ITS

NUCLEAR WEAPONS.

DURING THESE NEGOTIATIONS

WITH THE SOUTH, NORTH

KOREAN WILL ALSO STOP

ADDITIONAL NUCLEAR MISSILE

TESTS.

AND THE NORTH HAS ALSO

AGREED TO NEVER USE

NUCLEAR CONVENTIONAL

WEAPONS AGAINST SOUTH

KOREA.

A HOTLINE WILL BE SET UP

BETWEEN THE TWO COUNTRIES.

AND THE NORTH IS ASKING

FOR ANOTHER SUMMIT TO BE

HELD IN APRIL.

WE NEED TO PAY

ATTENTION TO THIS, BECAUSE

IN MY OPINION, THE BIGGEST

DANGER THAT NORTH KOREA

REPRESENTS IS TO DAMAGE

OUR ABILITY TO REMAIN A

POWER.

Reporter: WALLACE

GREGSON SAYS WHILE KIM

JONG-UN SKILLFULLY

PORTRAYED THE NORTH AS A

FRIENDLY NEIGHBOR DURING

THE OLYMPICS, HE CANNOT BE

TRUSTED.

WE NEED TO MAKE SURE WE

STRENGTHEN OUR ALLIANCES,

AND WE DO NOT ALLOW NORTH

KOREA TO DRIVE A WEDGE

BETWEEN US.

TALKING BY ITSELF IS

NOT SO DANGEROUS, BUT IT

OFTEN LURES YOU INTO DOING

OTHER THINGS THAT ARE VERY

BAD IDEAS, WHETHER

DOWNPLAYING THREATS YOU

SHOULD BE FOCUSED ON, OR

WE'RE SO DESPERATE TO

REACH SOME SORT OF

AGREEMENT, YOU START TO

PAY OFF THE OTHER SIDE TO

KEEP THEM AT THE TABLE.

Reporter: PRESIDENT

TRUMP THINKS STRONG

SANCTIONS HAVE CHANGED

NORTH KOREA'S ATTITUDE.

I BELIEVE THEY ARE

SINCERE.

WE'RE GOING TO FIND OUT.

Reporter: THEY

ENCOURAGED BY THE TALKS,

BUT REMAIN CAUTIOUSLY

OPTMISTIC.

BUT THE NEW TALKS

REPRESENT A NEW CHAPTER IN

THE TENSE SAGA BETWEEN THE

UNITED STATES AND NORTH

KOREA.

ERIK ROSALES, CBN NEWS,

WASHINGTON.

Efrem: THE 2018

PRIMARY ELECTIONS KICKED

OFF IN TEXAS.

TEXAS DEMOCRATS SURPASSED

ONE MILLION VOTERS FOR THE

FIRST TIME SINCE 2002.

NEAR HAD OF THE WOMEN WON

THEIR ELECTIONS.

IT IS > PRIME MINISTER

NETANYAHU WAS JUST ONE OF

MANY SPEAKERS TO TAKE THE

STAGE AT THE

AMERICAN-ISRAEL PUBLIC

AFFAIRS CA COMMITTEE POLICY

CONFERENCE.

IT IS USED AS A CHANCE FOR

ISRAELIS AND THE U.S.

LAWMAKERS TO GET A CLOSE

AND PERSONAL LOOK.

AMBER C. STRONG HAS A LOOK

AT THE PRIME MINISTER'S

MESSAGE TO WASHINGTON.

Reporter: ISRAELI

PRIME MINISTER BENJAMIN

NETANYAHU IS PRETTY HAPPY

WITH PRESIDENT TRUMP.

AND WASTED NO TIME TELLING

THE PRO-ISRAEL CROWD AT

THE APEC CONFERENCE.

IT IS ESPECIALLY GREAT

TO BE IN AMERICA'S CAPITAL

NOW THAT HE HAS RECOGNIZED

JERUSALEM AS ISRAEL'S

CAPITAL.

[APPLAUSE]

[CHEERING]

Reporter: FRESH OFF

OF MONDAY'S OVAL OFFICE

MEETING, NETANYAHU MADE IT

VERY CLEAR THAT HIS

RELATIONSHIP WITH THIS

WHITE HOUSE WAS STRONGER

THAN EVER.

WE APPRECIATE THE

EFFORTS OF PRESIDENT

TRUMP'S SUBERP TEAM.

Reporter: HE BROKE

DOWN WHAT HE CALLS THE

GOOD, BAD, AND BEAUTIFUL

FACING THE COUNTRY.

THE GOOD: ISRAELI

TECHNOLOGY AND DEFENSE,

LIKE THEIR FAMOUS IRON

DOME WHICH HE SAYS IS DUE

IN PART TO U.S. SUPPORT.

THANK YOU, CONGRESS,

REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS

ALIKE.

Reporter: AND HE ALSO

CALLED OUT THOSE WHO DON'T

BACK ISRAEL, SPECIFICALLY

SUPPORTERS OF THE B.D.S.

PRETTY SOON, THE

COUNTRIES THAT DON'T HAVE

RELATIONS WITH US, THEY'RE

GOING TO BE ISOLATED.

Reporter: WHAT ABOUT

THE BAD?

NETANYAHU POINTED STRAIGHT

TO ONE PLACE.

WE MUST STOP IRAN.

WE WILL STOP IRAN.

Reporter: HE

CONDEMNED PRESIDENT

OBAMA'S NUCLEAR AGREEMENT

AND SAYS NATIONS ARE

LOOKING FOR WAYS TO

ATTACK.

LAST WEEK WE READ IN

THE BOOK OF ESTHER THAT AN

EARLIER PERSIAN ATTEMPT

TO.

JessicaEXTERMINATE OUT PEOPLE.

THEY FAILED THE THEN AND

THEY'LL FAIL NOW.

Reporter: ON MONDAY,

A FORMER TOP AIDE OF THE

PRIME MINISTER --

ISRAEL HOPES THAT THE

PASSAGE OF THE TAYLOR

FORCE ACT WILL MAKE CLEAR

TO PRESIDENT ABBAS THAT

AMERICA HAS ZERO TOLERANCE

FOR TERROR.

Reporter: THAT CALL

FOR CONGRESSIONAL SUPPORT

WAS CLEAR AT APEC, WITH

CONGRESSMEN FROM BOTH

SIDES OF THE AISLE VOWING

TO BACK THE JEWISH STATE.

THE SECURITY OF THE

UNITED STATES IS STRONG

WHEN OUR BOND WITH ISRAEL

IS STRONG.

Reporter: BUT WHILE

THERE MAY BE BIPARTISAN

SUPPORT ON CAPITOL HILL,

SENATOR MARCO RUBIO SAID

IT IS A DIFFERENT STORY IN

THE CLASSROOM.

I'M DEEPLY CONCERNED

ABOUT WHAT IS HAPPENING IN

MANY AMERICAN COLLEGE

CAMPUSES AND THE SORT OF

EMBEDDED ANTI-SEMITISM

WE'RE SEEING.

Reporter: ABOUT 3600

STUDENTS HAVE MADE THEIR

WAY THROUGH APEC, AND

THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT

ORGANIZERS SAY THEY WANT

TO SEE: A FUTURE BUILT ON

A SOLID FOUNDATION OF

U.S.-ISRAEL RELATIONS.

AMBER C. STRONG, CBN NEWS,

WASHINGTON.

Efrem: COMING UP,

TURNINGING BACK THE CLOCK.

HOW YOU CAN CHANGE THE WAY

YOU AGE.

Efrem: MANY PEOPLE

ARE AFRAID OF GETTING

OLDER BECAUSE THEY THINK

IT MEANS LOSING THEIR

INDEPENDENCE, THEIR

MEMORY, AND THEIR

MOBILITY.

BUT IT DOESN'T HAVE TO BE

THAT WAY.

LORIE JOHNSON INTRODUCES

US TO A WOMAN WHO PROVES

IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO

TURN BACK THE CLOCK.

Lorie: AT AGE 61,

BASBARBARA HANNAH GRUFFERMAN

FEELS HEALTHIER THAN MANY

PEOPLE HALF HER AGE.

YOU MIGHT FIND IT HARD TO

BELIEVE THAT UNTIL ABOUT A

DECADE AGO, BARBARA LIVED

LILIKE A COUCH POTATO.

THE LAST TIME I WORKED

OUT SERIOUSLY WAS BACK

WHEN JANE FONDA WAS DOING

THOSE TAPES.

Lorie: BY MIDDLE AGE

SHE PUT ON WEIGHT, FELT

SLUGGISH, AND BELIEVED HER

BEST YEARS WERE BEHIND

HER.

I WAS STARTING TO FEEL,

IS THIS WHAT TURNING 50 IS

ALL ABOUT?

IT WAS A VERY UPSETTING

MOMENT FOR ME AND A VERY

SCARY TIME FOR ME.

Lorie: IN THE MIDST

OF HER DEPRESSION, SHE

CHOSE TO TAKE A LITTLE

WALK.

I PUT ONE FOOT IN FRONT

OF THE OTHER.

I LITERALLY TOOK MY FIRST

STEP TO MY WHOLE NEW LIFE.

I DIDN'T REALIZE IT THEN.

Lorie: THE WALKS

STARTED HAPPENING MORE

OFTEN, BECAME LONGER, AND

SHE STARTED MIXING IN A

LITTLE JOGGING.

I WAS STARTING TO LOSE

THE WEIGHT.

I WAS STARTING TO HAVE

MORE ENERGY.

I WAS STARTING TO LOOK

BETTER.

AND I STARTED TO FEEL, FOR

THE FIRST TIME SINCE

TURNING 50, ACTUALLY

POSITIVE ABOUT MY FUTURE.

Lorie: THAT POSITIVE

FEELING LED HER TO

COMPLETE FIVE MARATHONS,

WRITE THREE BOOKS,

INCLUDING HER LATEST,

"LOVE YOUR AGE," BECOMING

AN AARP AMBASSADOR, AND

GETTING OFF ALL

MEDICATIONS.

DOCTORS SAY REGULAR

EXERCISE MEANS WE CAN

DITCH A LOT OF THE PILLS

WE TAKE, LIKE

ANTI-DEPRESSANTS, BLOOD

PRESSURE MEDICATION, AND

SLEEPING PILLS.

IT ALSO REDUCES THE RISK

OF CHRONIC DISEASES LIKE

CANCER, HEART DISEASE, AND

DIABETES.

ACCORDING TO THE CLEVELAND

CLINIC'S DR. MICHAEL

ROIZEN.

IT IS NEVER TOO LATE

UNTIL YOU'RE SIX FEET

UNDER.

IT IS NEVER TOO LATE UNTIL

THEY'RE PUTTING DIRT ON

TOP OF YOU.

Lorie: IN HIS BOOK,

"AGE PROOF," HE SHOWS HOW

EXERCISE CAN SIGNIFICANTLY

STRENGTHEN OUR IMMUNE

SYSTEM.

SCIENTISTS NOW TELL US OUR

ABILITY TO FIGHT OFF

EVERYTHING FROM THE COMMON

COLD TO ALZHEIMER'S IS

LARGELY DETERMINED BY THE

BACTERIA IN OUR GUT.

AND BELIEVE IT OR NOT,

EXERCISE WAS ONE OF THE

GREAT THINGS AT CHANGING

THE BACTERIA INSIDE YOU.

WE DON'T KNOW WHY.

INTO BEING MUCH HEALTHIER.

Lorie: RESEARCHERS

FIGURED OUT THE LEAST

AMOUNT OF EXERCISE WE NEED

TO DO TO ACHIEVE THE

MAXIMUM HEALTH BENEFITS.

IT INVOLVES FOUR TYPES OF

EXERCISE: 10,000 STEPS A

DAY, WHICH CAN BE MEASURED

ON A FITNESS TRACKER, 20

JUMPS EACH MORNING AND

NIGHT, 30 MINUTES OF

RESISTANCE TRAINING THREE

TIMES A WEEK, AND 20

MINUTES OF CARDIO THREE

TIMES A WEEK.

DOING 20 MINUTES THREE

TIMES OF THINGS THAT MAKE

YOU SWEAT, THAT'S WHAT WE

CALL CARDIO.

Lorie: AS SPOKES

WOMEN FOR THE AMERICAN

OSTEOPOROSIS FOUNDATION,

BARBARA FEELS ESPECIALLY

PASSIONATE ABOUT

RESISTANCE TRAINING, WHICH

COULD MEAN LIFTING WEIGHTS

OR USING YOUR BODY WEIGHT,

THAT ALONG WITH CALCIUM

AND VITAMIN "D"

STRENGTHENS BONES.

THIS IS CRITICAL.

BECAUSE PEOPLE AT AN

ADVANCED AGE CAN BE

DEBILITATEEDEBILITATED FOR THE REST

OF THEIR LIVES.

THAT IS SOMETHING I THINK

ABOUT.

Lorie: WHILE EXERCISE

IS NOT JUST THE ONLY

ANTI-AGING TOOL, IT IS

OFTEN THE FIRST.

BECAUSE I WAS FEELING

SO MUCH BETTER AND

MOTIVATED TO LIVE A

HEALTHIER LIFE, I DECIDED

TO INVESTIGATE WHAT SHOULD

I EAT?

Lorie: BARBARA

SWITCHED TO A PLANT-BASED

DIET, AVOIDING SUGAR AND

PROCESSED FOODS.

SO WHILE AGING IS

INEVITABLE, DON'T GIVE UP

ON LIFE.

WALKING, CARDIO, AND

RESISTANCE TRAINING CAN

HELP YOU AVOID MANY OF THE

PITFALLS OF GETTING OLDER.

LORIE JOHNSON, CBN NEWS.

Efrem: STILL AHEAD,

IT IS A PLACE WHERE

DOCTORS ARE IN SHORT

SUPPLY, AND GARDENERS ARE

BEING TRAINED TO BE

SURGEONS.

CBN NEWS TAKES YOU INSIDE

THIS NEONATAL WARD IN MAL

*

Efrem: FOR MORE THAN

20 YEARS, RAYMOND TAHAR

HAS DEDICATED HIS LIFE AND

CAREER TO HELPING THE

HOMELESS AND VULNERABLE.

HE MOVED TO AFRICA TO BE A

MEDICAL MISSIONARY.

OUR GEORGE THOMAS

TRAVELLED TO MALAWI FOR AN

UP CLOSE LOOK AT A DOCTOR

WHO IS TRYING TO SAVE

LIVES IN LESS THAN IDEAL

CONDITIONS.

George: THE DOCTOR'S

COMMUTE TO WORK TAKES JUST

A FEW MINUTES.

SOMETIMES AT NIGHT,

WHEN THEY CALL ME FOR

MERGEEMERGENCIES, IT GOES A

LITTLE FASTER ON A BIKE.

George: HE STARTED AT

A HOSPITAL IN MALAWI IN

1996.

I WAS IN THE WEST,

FIRST IN CANADA AND THEN

SOUTH AFRICA AND THEN

ENGLAND, BUT I THINK WHAT

I DO HERE MAKES THE

BIGGEST DIFFERENCE.

George: AS MEDICAL

DIRECTOR, TEHAR HIRED

DR. KATHRYN HOTCH TO START

A HOSPITAL.

THEY ASKED ME TO OPEN A

NEW NEONATAL UNIT BECAUSE

THEY REALIZED IT WAS A

MISSING PIECE OF THE

HOSPITAL CARE.

George: THEY DO WHAT

THEY CAN WITH THE LITTLE

THEY HAVE.

BABIES SLEEP FIVE OR MORE

TO A BED.

THE SMALLEST SLEEP IN

MAKESHIFT INCUBATORS.

WE DESIGNED THIS BOX

WHICH HAS WARMING

LIGHTBULBS.

George: YES, EVEN

DEALING IN AN AFRICAN

SUMMER, UNDERWEIGHT BABIES

DIE OF HYPOTHERMIA.

HOTCH HAD TO GO THRO THROUGH AN

EMOTIONAL LEARNING CURVE

ALONG THE WAY.

I HAD NEVER EVEN SEEN A

CHILD DIE, EVEN ONCE.

WITH TIME, I WAS ABLE TO

MOVE TO THIS NEW ROLE IN

SETTING UP A REALLY

HEARTBREAKING UNIT, BUT

ALSO A ONE WITH A LOT OF

HOPE.

BECAUSE THE 33 BABIES WE

HAVE IN THIS WARD TODAY

WOULD HAVE HAD NO CHANCE A

FEW YEARS AGO -- MOST OF

THEM.

George: TO UNDERSTAND

THE MAGNITUDE OF THE

HEALTH CARE CRISIS, YOU

NEED TO LOOK AT THE

DOCTOR/PATIENT RATIO.

IN THE UNITED STATES,

THERE ARE ABOUT 400

PATIENTS TO ONE DOCTOR.

HERE IN MALAWI -- GET

THIS -- THERE ARE 50,000

PATIENTS TO ONE SINGLE

DOCTOR.

THE FOCUS AT THIS TEACHING

HOSPITAL IS BRINGING UP

NATIONAL DOCTORS.

DANIEL STARTED OUT AS

DR. TEHAR'S GARDENER.

MY DREAM IS TO BECOME

AN ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON.

George: AND THEY'RE

TRAINING 300 NURSES HERE.

BONNIE FINISHED NURSING

SCHOOL A WHILE AGO.

SHE HAS BEEN HERE FOR 30

YEARS.

WHEN THE CHILD IS VERY

SICK AT THE BEGINNING, AND

IN TWO, THREE TIMES, YOU

FIND THAT CHILD SMILING AT

YOU, YOU FEEL GOOD THAT

YOU'VE DONE SOMETHING

NICE.

*

George: AS YOU CAN

IMAGINE, LIVING IN A RURAL

COMMUNITY LIKE THIS CAN BE

DIFFICULT.

BOTH AT WORK AND AT HOME.

THE ELECTRICITY IS

PROBABLY THE MOST COMMON

CHALLENGE WE HAVE, OR FOR

THE WATER, THAT NEEDS TO

BE PUMPED FROM A RIVER

FIVE KILOMETRES FROM HERE.

George: ONE OF THE

MANY GOALS OF THE HOSPITAL

IS TO KEEP THE PEOPLE THEY

TRAIN TO STAY IN THAT

RURAL, OFTEN FRUSTRATING

SETTING.

WE HOPE IT IS THEIR

CHRISTIAN CONVICTION THAT

BRINGS THEM HERE AND MAKES

THEM STAY.

WE ALSO TRY TO GIVE THEM

DECENT HOUSING.

George: PLANS ARE

CURRENTLY UNDER WAY TO

BUILD A NUMBER OF SMALL

APARTMENTS TO OFFER MORE

STAFF LOW-COST HOUSING.

YOU KNOW, NURSING IS A

PASSION.

IF PEOPLE HAVE GOT THAT

PASSION TO WORK AND TO

HELP PEOPLE HERE, YOU CAN

STAY AND YOU CAN STILL GO

ON.

I FEEL THIS PLACE IS IDEAL

FOR A MALAWIAN WOMAN.

George: AND IT IS

IDEAL FOR DOCTORS LIKE

TEHAR, NOT FOR THE SALARY

OR THE LUXURY OR THE

AMENITIES, BUT FOR THE

NECESSITIES.

THE NEXT TOWN IS 50

KILOMETRES FROM HERE.

IN AN EMERGENCY SITUATION,

THAT COULD MEAN THE

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LIFE

AND DEATH.

George: GEORGE

THOMAS, CBN NEWS, MALAWI.

Efrem: IT IS

BEAUTIFUL TO SEE A

BELIEVER TAKING HIS GIFTS

AND TALENTS AND USING IT

TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND TO

HELPING THOSE IN DESPERATE

NEED.

> THERE IS MUCH MORE

AHEAD HERE ON CBN

Efrem: AMERICAN IDOL

STAR FANTASIA IS PRAISING

GOD FOR A FAMILY MIRACLE.

HER FAMILY WAS IN A

MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT LAST

SEPTEMBER.

SHE RECORDS HIM STANDING

UP AND WALKING FOR THE

FIRST TIME SINCE HIS

ACCIDENT.

SHE WROTE: "MY FATHER IS

AWESOME," AND SHE PRAISED

GOD FOR HER BROTHER'S

PROGRESS.

IN A PREVIOUS POST SHE

WROTE: "YOU CAN'T TELL ME

GOD CAN'T."

IT IS TIME FOR YOUR

WEDNESDAY WORD.

SOMETIMEWORD.

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SOMETIMES HE NEEDS TO KNOW

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