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In a soul-searching interview, the star of Little House on the Prairie describes the unyielding faith of his character Charles Ingalls in relation to his own beliefs.
Pat Robertson turns 80 on March 22, 2010. This is a retrospective look at his life and ministry with personal narratives from his family.
Mosab Yousef recounts his journey out from a culture of terror, to working for Israel's Shin Bet, to total freedom in Christ.
Dr. Travis Stork of Bachelor fame and The Doctors talks about major health concerns for women.
Austin Carty was on Survivor: Panama hoping to win a million dollars. He didn't win the money, but he did win the hearts of viewers.
The future of CBN is now! CBN is using the latest technologies to spread the message of Jesus Christ here in the United States and around the world.
Pat and his family reflect on 50 years of ministry and the Lord's call that changed all of their lives.
A Tour of Duty actor got a word from God that led him to be a writer and producer for CBS, FOX, MTV, Disney, and more.
Food Network chef Ellie Krieger has a unique food plan to eat well and healthy in the new year.
Recovery rate for missing children is up from 60 percent in 1990 to 96 percent today thanks to advances in technology.
Many say a supernatural dimension is at work throughout the Islamic world…
On Nov. 23, a criminal court charged the men under Article 301 of the Turkish penal code for allegedly insulting "Turkishness" and inciting hate while "trying to convert other Turks to Christianity."
Pope Benedict XVI's visit comes at a time of growing worries in the West that the largely Muslim country of Turkey is becoming more radicalized in its embrace of Islam…
Mexico Churches Use TV, Outreach to Spread Gospel
The 700 Club is the longest running television show in the Philippines. November 20th marks the 30th anniversary of its first broadcast.
She was the teen model on MTV's 8th & Ocean who wasn't afraid to to be a Christian in the fashion industry. Now Britt Koth shares her faith with The 700 Club.
Today, the English are the most surveilled in the world. With less than one-quarter of America's population, Britain has nearly three million surveillance cameras in the country…
A big Democrat win in this November's elections could jumpstart a contentious debate in Congress that has raged since the late 1980s. It's a debate that could let government decide what you can watch and hear on radio and TV…