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Melissa Fryrear: Free at Last

She was a lesbian entrenched in the gay community. She thought Christians would shun her, but true love changed...

Sharon Harris: Rescued from Despair

She would do drugs with her mother just to feel a sense of connection. It was also a way...

Turkey's Radio Shema: Sharing the Gospel Daily

Sharing the gospel in a Muslim country can be challenging and at times dangerous. In Turkey, where most people...

COMMUNITY OUTREACH

Churches are usually known for providing spiritual help to their communities. Charlene Israel reports on two North Carolina churches...

Katie Stam: More Than a Pretty Face

Miss America 2009 comes to The 700 Club to talk about faith, pageantry and life beneath the crown.

Democracy in Bhutan for Non-Christians Only

CBN News reporter Gary Lane takes a look at the tiny Christian church in the Buddhist nation of Bhutan.

The Making and Molding of Jars of Clay

The band performs their new single "Two Hands" and talks about their music and ministry.

The 700 Club: June 23, 2009

Chris Mitchell reports from a Jewish community in the heart of the Middle East. Also, learn "do-it-herself" home repairs.

Amid Controversy, Jewish Settlers Speak Out

The road to peace in the Middle East may run through Efrat. Chris Mitchell reports from the heart of...

Bolivia's Mennonites

Most of them live simply and dress plainly, but those who leave Bolivia's Mennonite community face many hardships.

Superbook Brings the Bible to Life

It’s a new look for an old classic. This is CBN’s Superbook!

Mentors Show Black Youth 'Ties' to Success

The national program tours the country, exposing disadvantaged boys to positive role models and mentors in their communities.

St. John's UMC: Serving the Bread of Life

This church in downtown Houston, Texas, is helping the homeless community.

Can Sanctions Stop Iran's Nuclear Program?

Iran's president has compared his country's nuclear program to a train with no brakes and no reverse gear.

Phil Cooke: Christian Media for the New Millennium

The author of The Last TV Evangelist discusses how to reach the youth and today's culture with the Gospel.

Tim Schenker: The Power of Unconditional Love

He was stubborn, rebellious and completely lost in Hare Krishna. But Tim's family found a way to reach him.

Tiananmen 20 Years Later: Has China Changed?

George Thomas reports on the 20th anniversary of a deadly Chinese government crackdown on pro-democracy protestors.

Ralph Garth: A Junkie's Redemption

Drugs caused Ralph to lose everything, and his only sanctuary was a mental ward. It took a dream to...