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Darfur: Compassion through Action

The war in Darfur, Sudan has created the worst humanitarian crisis in the world today. George Thomas explains how...

Darfur: The Tragedy Deepens

After nearly four years of violence, homelessness and death, the people of Darfur, Sudan continue to suffer, with no...

Remembering Harald Bredesen

The father of the modern charismatic movement, Harald Bredesen, died on Friday, December 29, 2006. He was 88.

Kidnapped and Tortured

Christian evangelists in Pakistan and Afghanistan risk their lives to share the Gospel.

U.S. Muslims Helping Holy War Abroad?

Officials are concerned that the disappearance of Somali men in the U.S. could be linked to terrorism.

Buckeyes Coach Explains Block "O" of Life

Ohio State Head Coach Jim Tressel has led the Buckeyes to nine NCAA Championships, but it's his approach to...

Afghanistan Kids Rediscover Laughter

In a corner of the Afghan capital, there's an effort to reach one of the most vulnerable groups in...

Chaplain McLaughlin: 'No Atheists in Foxholes'

McLaughlin, who served two tours in Iraq, discusses his life as a military chaplain.

Sheila Walsh: A Word About Prayer

Sheila shares her journey of learning to pray. She is ready to turn everything women think they know about...

Titans Square Off in Sixth Debate

Political heavyweights squared off Friday at Regent University's sixth annual 'Clash of the Titans' debate.

Who Holds the Key to Keystone State?

Pennsylvania has typically voted Democrat. But this year the McCain-Palin team is still working hard in The Keystone State.

Palin on the Angry Tone at Rallies

In a one-on-one interview with The Brody File, Vice-Presidential candidate Sarah Palin says she has not personally heard vicious...

Mount Zion: Outreach By the Busload

Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Nashville, Tenn., is honored for their college ministry.

Timothy Kay: Young Filmmaker Wins Full Scholarship

Teenager Tim Kay invested all his savings into his five-minute cinema production, which he entered in competition for a...

Training Kids for Terror

For most kids, summer is a time for vacation. But in the Gaza Strip, that's not the case.

Gossip Free is the Way to Be

One pastor is challenging his congregation and Christians across the country not to gossip for at least eight days.

Torch Returns to China Following Aftershocks

The Olympic torch began its tour of China's earthquake-ravaged Sichuan province - the last stop before it heads to Beijing.

Online Education Just a Click Away

Colleges these days are doing some of their best work with students off-campus --in many cases, on the other...