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When his best friend got sick, Adam did what he saw in a Superbook story—he prayed for healing.
After his father died, Cliff Snider needed a reason to celebrate the season. Now he's an inspiration to children around the world.
The author discusses why people shorten Christmas to Xmas and why it all means Christ. For more information, visit www.acecollins.com.
Producer Dan Reany and his son Parker take a special trip to Williamsburg for some holiday fun.
A family's Christmas is almost shattered. Producer Dan Reany goes to Christmastown. Also, CBN News reports on Iran's war against Israel.
Unemployment and medical issues threatened a family's financial security. Operation Blessing and the Volunteer Way step in to help!
Born with a cleft lip, Mutua was ostracized. You transformed his life and gave him the opportunity to love and live.
In Nigeria, a boy’s best friend gets sick, and he remembers a Superbook lesson he learned in Vacation Bible School.
For more information on the MICS school, go to: Zambiatomorrow.org.
The Webbs, a family of three with a baby on the way, swam out of flood waters. Operation Blessing renovates their home.
Anna runs the Ebenezer Care Center in South Africa, where, with your help, she is able to feed nearly 1,000 kids!
A Haitian widow with four kids and a baby on the way is treated with her son at an Operation Blessing medical clinic.
After the devastation of a massive earthquake, the Israeli Army assists aiding Haiti victims.
Operation Blessing partners with IsraAid for transportation, logistics, and medical equipment to treat earthquake victims in Haiti.
Milan lost five of her seven children in the earthquake, and one daughter who lived has a broken foot.
A woman was badly burned when an earthquake shook her home. She receives treatment, thanks to Operation Blessing.
Dan Reany talks with Haitians about their greatest needs: food, water and jobs to help provide for their families.
When the earthquake shook Haiti, Gina and John Kulikowski only had one thought – were their 3 adoptive daughters safe?