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In 2005, 11 SEALs died in a fierce battle with the Taliban, along with 8 other Americans. Only one SEAL, Marcus Luttrell, made it out alive.
Nearly 3,000 lives were lost in the terrorist attacks on 9/11. One man was fortunate. He was a mere 36 inches away from death.
Thousands of Christians get baptized in the Jordan River every year. Most baptisms take place near the Sea of Galilee. But earlier this year, one group held a unique baptism service in a part of the Jordan River seldom seen.
Dr. Darlene Sparks Washington is a Red Cross Preparedness Education Specialist. She demonstrates what we need to have packed and on-hand for a natural disaster.
When Lonna Vopat was a child, she suffered unthinkable abuse at the hands of family members and friends. As a teen, she dated men that beat her up. So it’s not surprising that by the time she was in college, she wanted to end her life.
As Israel and the U.S. seek to counter Hamas by arming the rival Fatah party, Hamas is imposing an Islamist order in Gaza.
Because of the aggressive spread of extremist Islamic ideas, thousands of Palestinian Christians have fled Palestinian-controlled areas like Bethlehem.
Flags are flying at half staff in memory of nine firefighters who died battling a blaze at a furniture warehouse Monday night. It's the nation's worst loss of firefighters since 9/11.
Over and over this weekend, the Graham family reminded mourners that the plot of earth is not her final destination. Instead, they focused on the promise of heaven.
Short-term mission trips have captured the hearts of millions of Americans who want a taste of missions. But researchers admit they know little about the impact they have.
Kathy's hippie lifestyle led her on a search for real peace and love and she found what she was looking for when she met Jesus.
Another potential war could be brewing in Iraq. For weeks, Turkey has been building up its military presence on its south-eastern border with Iraq.
The new Billy Graham Library continues the evangelistic legacy started decades ago.
To Fatuma of Ethiopia, only one day stands out more than the day she died. It is the day she came back to life.
Eight months after the war in south Lebanon, Christians are facing a wide range of difficulties. Now South Lebanon Christians are looking to God to give them strength in the midst of hardship.
Reclaiming the Covenant Communion Service
The traditional Cape Henry story with the addition of the monument at Jamestown that says a nation that doesn’t follow Christian principles will fall.
Nina was 13 years old girl living with stigma and poor eyesight from crossed eyes. Operation Blessing provided surgery & Terry Meeuwsen was there before the surgery to spend time with her.