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Today marks the one year anniversary of the earthquake that struck China.
Russell and his wife prayed regularly for God to heal him. While watching The 700 Club, a healing word was for him.
Author and TV host Sam Haskell tells how his mom's teachings on faith afueled his success.
It's a policy meant to promote fairness on the airwaves, but some say it does nothing but chill discussions of controversial issues.
Todd hosts an internet ministry and will discuss words of knowledge and healing in the context of street ministry.
What is it and what does sharia mean for Christians and others forced to abide by it? First Gary Lane looks at Islamic law. Then Pat Robertson interviews author Nonie Darwish.
The son of the late Jerry Falwell discusses the sudden death of his father in May, 2007, and how he is continuing the ministry legacy. The Christian Broadcasting Network: http://www.cbn.com.
During his first week in office, President Barack Obama said at least one thing Israelis wanted to hear. The Christian Broadcasting Network: http://www.cbn.com.
A Christian ministry in France is taking the Gospel to cyberspace with spectacular results. The Christian Broadcasting Network: http://www.cbn.com.
The Olympic Gold Medal skater shares his secrets to finding happiness in the face of a life filled with challenges.
Touched by an Angel's Roma Downey talks with CBN about her faith and her new project, 'Little Angels.'
CBN News exclusive: For 28 years, Kim Hye Sook languished as a prisoner inside North Korea's oldest concentration camp, where she witnessed unspeakable horrors.
America has plenty of political correctness, but nothing like Germany, where it has ruled the culture for years. But there are signs things are changing.
J.D. Hill was an NFL star who wound up in a crack house, see what saved him, and Jo Weitz felt unimportant, but God answered her prayer through a television show.
She felt unimportant, but God answered her prayer through a television show.
CBN's French Africa headquarters in Senegal reaches out to French speaking people all across Africa. Through television programs, video evangelism in remote regions and life-saving humanitarian work, CBN is touching thousands of lives every day.
It is an annual tradition for the staff, family and friends of CBN and Regent University to gather on Labor Day to pray and seek the Lord's guidance for the new television broadcast season. These are the highlights of the 2011 event.