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Two Illinois pharmacy owners refuse to carry the "morning after pill," and they must fight their state for that right.
Georgian and his wife, Winnie, have served as missionary evangelists for over 25 years. All of their crusades include Jesus Celebrations and Love Feasts, where they feed the local people their favorite food.
Bodybuilder Dave Hawk talks about his fitness career.
After receiving thousands of e-mails from fans of his radio show, John Tesh felt compelled to write his first ever hard cover book, compelling readers to better their lives.
Every day in Afghanistan, women are committing suicide by setting themselves on fire. The Christian Broadcasting Network: http://www.cbn.com.
The son of the late Jerry Falwell discusses the sudden death of his father in May, 2007, and how he is continuing the ministry legacy. The Christian Broadcasting Network: http://www.cbn.com.
The founder of Pyongyang University of Science and Technology hopes to unite North and South Korea through education. Can it work?
Reporter Gorman Woodfin chats with Phil Lollar about his work with Roma Downey on a new educational and inspirational children's DVD series aimed at re-introducing Bible stories to pre-schoolers.
CBN News exclusive: For 28 years, Kim Hye Sook languished as a prisoner inside North Korea's oldest concentration camp, where she witnessed unspeakable horrors.
The down economy has Americans angry and politicians at each others throats. But who's to blame? Author Danny Kofke suggests the solution starts at home.
Pat Robertson brings another offering from his Secret Kingdom series and Regent University's Dr. Alan Arroyo and Dr. Carlos Campo join Pat to discuss the importance of The Secret Kingdom principles and how they can be applied in educational settings.
Dr. Carlos Campo and Alan Arroyo, Ed.D will discuss how Regent University faculty have adapted the principles of Pat Robertson's “The Secret Kingdom” to teach educators how to use faith to improve any educational setting.
CBN helps a widow in India, Nagamani, by teaching her tailoring skills and giving her a sewing machine. Today Nagamani can give her son better food and education.
After their father died, their mother brought them to a children's home sponsored by Orphan's Promise. There they received food, clothes, education and spiritual growth in Christ.
On this week’s Christian World News: U.S. troops prepare to leave Afghanistan, a Japanese church reborn after the tsunami, Paraguay’s tribes changed through educational ministry, and more.
Boy's mom loves him, but can't take care of him. She lets him move into a children's home built by Orphan’s Promise (OP). There he can study and will have a bright future. OP also gives his mom a new business so she can have a better life, too
Gordon and Terry discuss education in America as they talk to Thomas Tillapaugh, founder of the "Street School Network" in Denver, CO.
On the outer edge of Cairo, there is dump that is home to thousands of Egypt's poor and persecuted. Read how CBN partners are bringing hope to those who would otherwise be forgotten.