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Adoniram Judson arrived in Burma 196 years ago to bring the gospel to its people. Today, his impact is still felt around the world.
Sharing the gospel in a Muslim country can be challenging and at times dangerous. In Turkey, where most people are Muslim, one radio station has the unique opportunity to openly broadcast the gospel message. George Thomas reports.
Churches are usually known for providing spiritual help to their communities. Charlene Israel reports on two North Carolina churches that are offering practical help to those suffering in the economic downturn.
George Thomas talks with CBN Middle East Bureau Chief Chris MItchell about the dangers facing Israel and what it means when evangelical Christians show their support for the Jewish nation.
From Iran to the United Nations to Washington, DC, the military and political pressure on Israel is growing to unprecedented levels. John Waage looks at the challenges and the Israel's search for allies around the world.
There seems to be no end in site to the political crisis in Honduras. Gary Lane spoke with a Honduran pastor who says the country's Christians are ready for a change.
As world leaders gathered in Italy to address the world economic crisis, the Pope injected a few ideas of his own.
President Obama met Pope Benedict for the first time in Rome this week. As in any meeting between two world leaders, they have issues on which they agree and disagree.
Chinese Christian human rights advocate Gao Shisheng has been missing for months. Todd Nettleton of The Voice of the Martyrs is calling on China's government to release information on his whereabouts.
Most of them live simply and dress plainly, but those who leave Bolivia's Mennonite community face many hardships.
Muslim terrorists in the Philippines are targeting Christian for kidnapping. Authorities fear the practice is becoming much too lucrative.
On Pentecost Sunday Christians around the globe gathered to lift up their nations and the world.
A Christian TV station in Auckland is broadcasting the gospel to New Zealand and beyond. Wendy Griffith reports on our CWN partner Shine TV.
Two decades after the Chinese crackdown on pro-Democracy protestors in Tiananamen Square, those events still haunt the nation.
A student leader during the Tiananmen Protests shares his journey to faith in Christ in the aftermath of the crackdown.
President Obama called on Muslim to be more tolerant of religious minorities. Gary Lane reports that Egypt, the country where he gave his speech, treats Christians harshly.
President Obama delivered a long-promised address to the Muslim world in Cairo, Egypt and he once again called on Israel to stop its settlements in the West Bank. Chris Mitchell reports on the Israeli reaction to the speech.
The Mercy Ships ministry brings healing from the high seas.