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Specter of War Looms Heavy over Bosnia
Twenty years ago, Serbian snipers took up positions around Sarajevo and began shooting. Today, an economic gloom over Bosnia could lead to conflict again.
She got an STD after sleeping with her first boyfriend. Then it became pre-cancerous. Kellie needed a savior.
Although China is officially an atheist state, in recent years it has allowed people to celebrate this very significant Christian holiday.
First Baptist Church of Nashville is reaching out to downtown workers in Nashville, offering a place to eat lunch and fellowship on Thursday, thanks to a local landmark.
This 152-year-old church hosts concerts for the Portland Baroque Orchestra and ministers hot meals to the homeless who live in their midst.
In Russia, some Christians aren't allowed to have church buildings. One congregation in Moscow has been fighting to build a church for 15 years.
Sunday, September 23, 2007, marks the 150th anniversary of one of the world's most unique revivals, and what some call America's last Great Awakening.
Wendy Griffith returns to New Orleans, the site of the nation's most deadly and costly hurricane, to see how the city has recovered.
God calls His people to feed the hungry in body and spirit. Riverside Tabernacle in Flint, Michigan, is doing just that. In the process, they’re making a big mark on one of the poorest communities in the United States.
“The persecution I experienced at Yale was nothing compared to the battles I endured there in New York as a Christian commodities trader.”
From Asian street gangs to trading sex for drugs, it’s a miracle that Laurie Ishii is still alive. But she is and ministering the Gospel to God’s lost children on the streets.
Dr. Monica Reed has a secret. It's the mystery of good health that is built into the foundation of creation.
Keni Thomas recounts his war experience, “Black Hawk Down”, and tells how losing his friends on the battlefield changed his life. He now performs for country music audiences and U.S. troops overseas.
Riding bikes for fun is an idea that has gained traction in China.
You can be fined or arrested for spitting, littering, or selling chewing gum in one of the cleanest places in the world.
The Boy Scouts of America may lose their national headquarters if they don't change their policy banning homosexuals.
This church in downtown Houston, Texas, is helping the homeless community.