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Indiana Republican Dan Coats Retiring from Senate

At least one Republican senator will not be returning to the Senate in 2017. Sen. Dan Coats, 72, of...

Radical for Jesus a New Kind of Legalism?

For many years, Christian legalism meant no drinking, smoking or dancing. Today, young adults struggle with a new form...

Kathryn Long on Elisabeth Elliot's Impact on Missions

Elisabeth Elliot's books about the life and martyrdom of her husband, Jim Elliot, inspired thousands of evangelicals to take...

Garrissa Survivor: 'I Prayed, Make Them to Be Blind'

More than two months have passed the jihadist group al-Shabaab stormed Kenya's Garissa University College, killing 147 people and...

News on The 700 Club: June 4, 2015

As seen on "The 700 Club," June 4: Would-be Boston cop 'beheader' didn't work alone; How gay marriage could...

How Gay Marriage Could Hurt Christian Colleges

It's a scary thought, but a day may be coming when institutions that proclaim they only believe in traditional...

CBN NewsWatch: June 4, 2015

On CBN Newswatch, June 4: Would-be Boston cop 'beheader' didn't work alone; How gay marriage could hurt Christian colleges;...

Kenyan Teachers Abandon Posts over Terror Fears

Nearly 100 public schools have closed in Kenya as teachers refuse to work out of fear of terrorist attacks.

U.S. Marine Returns from Vietnam on a New Mission

Tim grew up as a Christian, but he wandered through high school and college, eventually joining the Marines during...

Kicked Out: A Homeschooler's Unfortunate Event

Straight-A student Jacob Berry was kicked out of his college because he was homeschooled. Now, his story has prompted...

How to Put the Screws to Your College Debt

Marco LeRoc is a former international student from the Togolese Republic (Togo) who managed to navigate his way out...

Christian Student Failed for Not Criticizing Faith?

A Christian student at Polk State College in Winter Haven, Florida, claims a professor gave her failing grades because...

It's Not Too Late to Have a Job and Life You Love

“No one likes to be poor. It’s humiliating. It’s embarrassing. It’s shameful,” says Joni. But that was how she...

Closing Liberal Arts Colleges: Are They Worth Saving?

On the brink of closing their doors, liberal arts colleges are being forced to adjust the way they do...

Kenya Freezes Suspicious Companies' Assets

The Kenyan government is continuing its crackdown on individuals and groups suspected of financing Islamic extremists.

The 700 Club - April 7, 2015

Author and military wife and mom Elaine Brye shares wisdom she’s learned from handling life on the home front....

Kenyan Warplanes Avenge Al-Shabab Massacre

Kenyan warplanes bombed suspected al-Shabab terrorist camps in Somalia Monday. The strikes are retaliation for the group's brutal attack...

Reflections of the Final Four 2015

A new champion in men’s college basketball has been crowned, but as the curtain closes on the 2015 Final...