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The death toll from a typhoon that savaged the Philippines last week continues to climb and injury and disease are threatening to take more lives. CBN Disaster Relief is on the scene giving medical aid to keep that from happening.
On Christian World News, Dec. 14: Navy SEAL in Afghan rescue gave life for others; Sudan renews attacks on Christian-populated area; Chiang Mai a gateway for modern missions; and more.
On Christian World News, Dec. 7: Pastor says Egypt's going back to the Dark Ages; Philippines combs typhoon wreckage for survivors; A Christian perspective on "Doomsday" fears; and more.
Egyptian Pastor: Egypt's Going Back to the Dark Ages
Will the world end this month? That's the question many people are asking, because an ancient Mayan calendar predicts doomsday on December 21st. But one NASA scientist says people shouldn't be living in fear.
The death toll is now over 500 after a major typhoon hit the Philippines this week. More than 310,000 people have lost their homes, but CBN Disaster Relief is on the scene helping survivors recover from the massive damages.
The Egyptian army deployed tanks outside the Presidential Palace in Cairo this week. The move came after clashes between supporters and opponents of the president claimed at least six lives. The fighting centers over the sweeping new powers ... ...
You may have heard about Colorado Springs and Orlando---Christian "Mecca Cities" for ministry organizations, but have you heard about Chiang Mai?.It's a missions hub located in northern Thailand and it’s become a launching pad for hundreds ... ...
Christian Efforts Help Congo Heal Amid Armed Conflict
On this week's episode, can the world stop Boko Haram from terrorizing Christians; Christians help Congo heal amid conflict; Surviving the Killing Fields of Cambodia; and more.
The indigenous people of northern Guatemala are caught in the middle of fighting between drug gangs and government troops. Rrecently, however, they had reason to put aside their troubles and celebrate.
The 2012 Redemptive Film Festival recently honored more than 30 films for their redeeming storylines--including "The Pink Room." The movie chronicles young girls trapped in the Cambodian sex trade.
From 1975-1979, Pol Pot's Khmer Rouge killed nearly two million Cambodians. Barnabas Mam is one of only 200 Christians to survive the Killing Fields and he’s written a book about the experience called “Church Behind the Wire".
Protests rocked Egypt this week as President Mohammed Morsi moved to expand his power. First he issued a decree giving him control of all branches of government and then he backed the Constitutional Assembly as it rushed through the country's ...
The United Nations General Assembly voted overwhelmingly to recognize the Palestinian Authority as a non-member state this week. Some say the vote could put even more obstacles between the Israel and the PA.
On this week's show, Jamestown find upholds America's Christian heritage; outreach yields harvest in tough Bronx neighborhood; Pure Religion: Caring for Egypt's Social Outcasts; and more.
The election of Mohammed Morsi as president gave Egyptians a sense of optimism and renewed hope. Now, five months later, many are frustrated and impatient because Morsi's promises of change and economic prosperity have yet to be realized.
One Bronx, New York community has long been plagued by poverty, drugs and crime. However, a local church refuses to let darkness reign in their community.