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GEORGE JONES, THE GREATEST LIVING LEGEND OF COUNTRY MUSIC, TALKS WITH SCOTT ROSS ABOUT HIS YEARS OF DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE AND HIS BATTLE FOR SOBRIETY. IN 1998, HE NEARLY LOST HIS LIFE IN A FATAL CAR CRASH. SADLY, ALCOHOL WAS INVOLVED. HE HAD ...
Country singer/songwriter Josh Turner shares how God called him to be in the music industry.
Jimmy Wayne sings his song "Paper Angels"
Jimmy shares about his tough childhood growing up in the foster care system and the steps he's since taken to support kids in similar circumstances.
The "Mother Church of Country Music" all started with an unlikely friendship between a steamboat tycoon and an evangelist.
Football star Kurt Warner and his wife talk about their faith journey. Also, Scott Ross interviews Larry Gatlin of country music fame.
Country music star Buddy Jewell talks about his faith and career. CBN Sports interviews Atlanta Brave player Nate McLouth. Musical Guest: Jason Upton
Today on the 700 Club - Laurie Cardoza-Moore of the new film The Forgotten People talks about anti-semitism. Also, a snowboarder gets stranded, and a country music star turns into a Broadway actor.
The country music and Broadway star sings in The 700 Club's Nashville studios.
David Brody says: "Country music is king here in Virginia. But for the last couple of months, incumbent Senator George Allen has been facing the music."
Little Miss Dynamite sits down with Scott Ross and talks about her faith and career in this CBN.com exclusive.
CBN News spoke with actor-turned-politician Fred Thompson about his entry into the rough and tumble world of presidential politics.
The Oak Ridge Boy and his wife suffered the devastation of their historic home by tornado back in 2006. By God's grace, they were kept safe.
Veteran musician and multiple Grammy winner Ricky Skaggs talks with Scott Ross about his career and his involvement in The Call.
The man at the center of the Del McCoury Band shares how the quirky twists and turns of life led him to a successful music career.
Clay Walker sings"You're My Witness" LIVE on The 700 Club.
Eight years after being diagnosised with multiple sclerosis, country singer Clay Walker performs to sold-out crowds, rides horses, plays golf, and runs on the beach with his daughters — activities he was afraid MS would take from him.
Barbara visits The 700 Club to discuss her career and her Christian faith.