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In today's often emasculating culture, how does a guy learn how to be a good man? How does a woman learn to recognize him?
Crossing the Sonoran Desert is dangerous, often deadly, for migrant workers from Mexico. For one pastor, that makes illegal immigration a human issue.
Members of the Joint Special Operations community are the tip of the spear in the war against radical Islamic terror.
Sheriffs are being hauled into court. AZ residents along the border are fed up with what they say is a slap in the face.
This week on Canadian Edition, reporter Chuck Holton travels to the island of Malta in search of an amazing Biblical discovery. Plus, self hatred and several failed marriages put Lynne Arterbury on a path of destruction and to the brink of suicide.
Long-term missionaries are serving around the world, but many of them fail within the first few years because a lack of proper planning. Chuck Holton has this look at one group who's helping more people succeed on the mission field.
The DEA expanded its mission to tracking drugs to their source - a strategy which puts them at the center of the War on Terror.
The Search for the Shipwreck
U.S. churches have responded with full force to the earthquake in Haiti, but some leaders are saying that right now it’s best for most missions teams to stay home.
The 700 Club’s Chuck Holton goes south to visit a Georgia farm called Noah’s Ark. It’s a special ranch where abused children and abused animals heal together.
Have you ever fantasized about moving away from it all? That’s exactly what Tom and Penny did. They live in the heartland of Alaska.
Chuck Holton reports from Iraq that packages from home are boosting the morale of American troops overseas.
Glenn Carlson was an extreme sports enthusiast whose obsession with adrenaline became an addiction. That drive almost consumed him before a neighbor challenged him to read the book of John three times.
Donny Rake spent most of his life in the grip of his addictions, until his father got him into a 12-month recovery program, where he not only got clean, he found something else.
Vietnam vet Allen Clark lost his legs in the war and endured years of psychiatric treatment for anxiety. Now he is working with veteran groups and helping other soldiers recover.
As an award-winning adventure travel writer, Tom Morrisey gets paid to do what most of us have to scrimp and save for. But Tom’s greatest adventure makes rock climbing and scuba diving look tame.
He’s a comedian who pokes fun at the family life. But Dave's growing up was no laughing matter.
U.S. forces are winning the hearts and minds of Afghans living in what was once the most violent region in the area.