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China's Churches Facing Leader Shortages

In China the church is growing so fast there's a shortage of pastors. And finding new ones isn't easy.

Training Kids for Terror

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

She Spoke to the Waters

Lois had just read Pat’s "Miracles" book when the river by her house was flooding. She spoke to...

Life After the Beijing Olympics

Now that the Olympics are over, some are wondering where China goes from here.

Dems Reach Out to Faith Community

The Obama campaign has made it clear: People of faith and the votes they represent are important.

Beijing Strikes Tourism Gold

The United Nations estimates that China will be the most popular tourist destination in the world by 2020.

Dead Sea Scrolls Link Past and Present

From the edge of the Dead Sea in Qumran came some of the most significant artifacts of modern times:...

Taryn Davis: A Dying Man Saved Her Life

Taryn Davis was on a path of self destruction until she met a man that showed her a new...

Biking in Beijing Gains Speed

Riding bikes for fun is an idea that has gained traction in China.

Mike Levinson: Be a Buff Dad

Mike Levinson, author and father of five, explains how dads can stay healthy and fit.

China Sees a Growing Interest in Religion

Thirty years ago, the Chinese government forbid all religious activity. Today, freedom of religion is in China's constitution.

'The Call' Covers the Nation in Prayer

Lawn chairs, blankets, and shouts of praise covered the Mall in Washington, Saturday.

Community Central: The Park That God Built

A skateboard ramp, a basketball court, a fire pit -- not things that you typically see at a church....

Some Chinese Long for Ancient Way of Life

Parts of the historic city of Beijing are fast disappearing, leaving many residents longing for the old days.

Judge: Christian Credits can be Denied

A federal judge ruled last week that a public university can deny course credit to students from Christian high schools.

Israel's Border Tense Over Sheba Farms

Should terrorists be allowed to arm themselves within a fragile democracy? Lebanon seems to think so.

The Faces Behind the Beijing Games

Some of the Games' most impressive achievements come free of charge, courtesy of thousands Olympic volunteers.

China Makes Strides in War with Pollution

Beijing has made massive strides in cleaning up the city for the Olympics. But China's war with pollution is...