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Joe Moscheo, member of the hit Gospel group, The Imperials, knows another side of Elvis unknown to many of his fans.
David and his wife started a young adult church in a Washington D.C. movie theatre. He reaches out to college kids like himself, who are entangled in the party lifestyle.
A new book finds that giving not only makes you rich... it makes you healthier and happier.
President Bush is urging the Senate to ratify a treaty, supporters say, which will protect America’s access to strategic international waters and the natural resources they contain.
Bob Siegel was a Jew whose mind was poisoned against Jesus at an early age. Then, in college, two strangers shared a message that changed his heart.
Pat Robertson and Kristi Watts go head to head to see who has the better recipe for leftover turkey.
Holly Clegg has easy recipes to help your loved one eat well through chemotherapy.
What would you say to the drunk driver who killed your child? Sheryl Maloy shares her journey of forgiveness over the loss of her ex-husband and daughter.
She lost 200 pounds. Now, author Kim Bensen gives tips to avoid overeating during the holidays.
Gailon Totheroh reports on ways women can prevent the deadly disease before it starts.
Most 14-year-olds look forward to high school varsity sports. Not so for Brock Alcock. He had a rare blood disorder. But this didn't stop him from making the wrestling team.
Wanting to be influential in the presidential process early on, Florida Democrats and Republicans moved up their primaries to January 29.
A tall glass of milk may not be as safe as you think it is. CBN News Science & Medical Reporter Gailon Totheroh investigates why rBGH is being banned.
What psychologists now realize is that these jam-packed schedules can silence play. This lack of play is stunting emotional, behavioral and even intellectual growth.
Barron is a comic book artist. He owes creativity to God and his education from Regent University.
Eager to rebuild after Typhoon Durian, Maylen was the first to stand in line to receive emergency supplies from Operation Blessing. She got much more than food and water.
If you share Tina’s dilemma of not having enough money at the end of the month, find out about the special plan she put into action—with incredible results.
When we first met Agus a year ago, he was helping his parents pick trash from the dump for recycling. It was a job that was taking its toll on the young boy—and his family—until viewers like you stepped in to help.