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On this week’s Christian World News: Japan one year after the earthquake/tsunami disaster, debate over Bible translations for Muslims, Brazil rallies to help Iranian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani, and more.
Florida's Latino churches are pushing their members to go to the polls Tuesday to have a voice in immigration reform and the economy.
On Monday's CBN Newswatch with Lorie Johnson: East Coast snow storms put a damper on shoppers and travelers, an artist brings his faith to the canvas, Brazilian police turn to God during unrest in Brazil, and more.
Brazil’s soccer players are among the best in the world. But one professional Brazilian player spends his time competing with neighborhood soccer teams in Thailand. His reasons go beyond soccer.
Violence and lawlessness were out of control. Then a group of police officers in Sao Paulo, Brazil asked God to intervene.
Fed up with violence and lawlessness, police is Sao Paulo, Brazil, turned to a higher power for help. Their prayers have helped transform that city.
On this week's Christian World News: Christians protested in Afghanistan, Christian ministries await soccer fans flocking to South Africa, a Brazilian city transformed by prayer, and more.
Edmilson Jose Gomez de Moraes -- or simply Edmilson as he is known in the world of soccer -- has been on several championship teams. In 2002 he helped Brazil win the World Cup. But Edmilson knows that triumphs don’t come without a price.
Some people are willing to travel halfway around the world to see God move. CBN News went along to report on a team of Americans who went all the way to Brazil for just that reason.
Pentecostalism is a fiery revival sweeping much of the planet from Africa to Asia to Latin America.
At the Brazilian pump ethanol is cheaper, burns cleaner, and is the leading reason this country no longer buys any foreign oil.
Evangelist Billy Graham hardly preaches anymore, but his old messages are still having an impact.
One of the great things about Beijing is its strong international flavor.
The United Nations estimates that China will be the most popular tourist destination in the world by 2020.
This single father of three had all his possessions ruined in the floods that hit Brazil.
Feature Story: A young Muslim has a vision of Heaven. Also, Gordon and Terry get an update from the 82-year-old missionary who returned from Brazil.
Watch this week's WorldWatch episode. Top Stories: Militant Hindus Plant Deadly Bomb in Church; OB Reaches Out to Brazil Flood Victims, Earthquake in Honduras.
CBN News reporter, Dale Hurd, explains what Latin America's left turn means for the USA.