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The author of America's Prophet talks about the Biblical hero who inspired a nation.
Quite possibly the biggest problem facing the health care system today is a frightening shortage of doctors.
A climate change bill to fight global warming has many Americans concerned about their jobs and energy prices.
The author talks about Israel and how it may be one of the smallest countries in the world, but it is a global leader in technology.
Joel Rosenberg will update us on the Middle East and discuss his new documentary “Inside the Revolution”.
Gordon and Kristi have words of knowledge and pray for eczema healing, knee cap, eye scratch, rashes and cataracts.
CBN News with Lee Webb. Top stories: A-Fib Tecnique, Cap and Trade, President's speech to school kids, Terrosist Plot to explode U.S. bound flights these and other stories from CBN News.
Ed Gibson thought he was headed for a family vacation at Disney World. He had no idea he was actually headed for a heart attack.
Iran's rocket engineers have finished their homework. They're just waiting for the nuclear scientists to finish theirs.
The overwhelming fact is obesity affects your health and your wealth.
Jake grew up playing music and chasing fame. Then, one day he read a Bible verse that changed his direction.
He found a whole new meaning to his faith on the high seas. Zac comes to The 700 Club to share his adventures.
The researcher and author talks with Gordon Robertson about his new book, "The Seven Faith Tribes."
Adoniram Judson arrived in Burma 196 years ago to bring the gospel to its people. Today, his impact is still felt around the world.
An Israeli has launched a first-of-its kind hybrid solar power station. It can prodcue green power 24/7.
Brice and Debra Capps know the importance of tithing, and it was reaffirmed after a tough drought season.
Twin sisters, Eva and Miriam Mozes, were taken to Nazi Auschwitz at age 10, where they were used in barbaric medical experiments. Both survived, yet Eva's true freedom came when she forgave.
Some will argue that after 60 years NATO is stronger than ever. But critics say NATO is a shell of its former self.