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Chuck Holton reports from Iraq that packages from home are boosting the morale of American troops overseas.
LA Galaxy midfielder Chris Klein shares about some of the milestones in his Major Soccer League career and how God has been his greatest inspiration.
Most people don't expect to see the Lord Jesus Christ being praised at Kentucky's Churchill Downs race track. Just ask Chaplain Ken Boehm and his volunteers.
America is known for sending Christian missionaries all over the world. The birthplace of that heart for the nations is a tiny town in New England.
Americans may pride themselves on their independence, but even before the nation was born, its leaders were declaring their absolute dependence on God.
The U.S.S. Dwight D. Eisenhower is home to more than 5,000 sailors and around 60 aircraft.
McLaughlin, who served two tours in Iraq, discusses his life as a military chaplain.
As thousands prayed in Washington D.C., miles away in Beijing, Olympic athletes were also meeting for a weekend of prayer.
Chris Sligh talks about being an 'American Idol' finalist in season six, talks about his faith, and sings live on The 700 Club.
He was falsely accused of rape and sent to jail. Yet, it was the very event that turned his life around.
She's following the call of God to minister to powerful and influential people across the world.
Two inspirational ministries will take God's word to the court this week by encouraging coaches at the NCAA tournament to lead their teams spiritually.
Shawn Brown sits down to talk to Tony Dungy about his career as an NFL coach and his decision to retire.
After years of abuse, prostitution, and drug and alcohol use, Carol Rogers finally heard the gospel of Jesus Christ after she was sent to prison for a DUI.
Scott Hayes grew up a troublemaker. At 14, he began drinking and smoking pot. By adulthood, Scott was an alcoholic, drug dealer, and criminal.
Watch the Oct. 4 edition of the CBN News Channel's Morning News with Efrem Graham. Top Stories -- Supreme Court Justices Weigh Key Religious Rights, Freedoms Cases; Pentagon Says Chaplains Can Officiate at Gay Weddings, and more.
Biker Billy Rivers rode the motorcycle gang lifestyle all the way to prison. It was there that he began to question the love he saw from Christians.
Anthony was a professional criminal by the time he was 20. While behind bars, he opened his heart to a new assignment for his life.