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An idea to change the world was set in motion 30 years ago this week. Read about the founding of Regent University.
After his football career failed, Jeff Hall developed a new game plan for success.
He wrote billboards for God. Now he's taking proven principles for fulfillment and packed them into a pint-size piece of wisdom.
Since October more than a dozen Christians have been slain. Now some want to create a separate region for their community.
This Sunday is called the day of prayer for the peace of Jerusalem. Thousands of churches around the world will participate.
This week, Christians cried out for peace in Bolivia, as the country came to the brink of civil war.
In China the church is growing so fast there's a shortage of pastors. And finding new ones isn't easy.
Lawn chairs, blankets, and shouts of praise covered the Mall in Washington, Saturday.
Should terrorists be allowed to arm themselves within a fragile democracy? Lebanon seems to think so.
Could Obama's views on abortion be a deal breaker with Christians? Could John McCain's independent streak turn them off too?
As seen on Friday's "The 700 Club," the top stories from CBN News include Palin Talks Turkey on Campaign, Health Care; Christian Leaders to Release Declaration of Conscience, and more.
Fellow believers and Christian leaders, including friends Pat Robertson and Bishop B. Courtney McBath, paid final tribute to the man who poured out his life to serve others.
Bishop John Gimenez, the Christian leader and organizer best known for his "Washington for Jesus" rallies, has died.
CBN News got a first-hand look at the Indian communities gripped with fear and anxiety.
New research shows today's youth are straying from traditional Christianity.
Gordon interviews the chairman on the Cry Out, America event on September 11th.
CBN News reporter Gary Lane takes a look at the tiny Christian church in the Buddhist nation of Bhutan.
If you want to find the major source of our nation's illegal drug problem, look no further than Latin America.