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Homosexual legislators in the two largest West Coast states are pushing hard for the gay agenda.
Ninety-six-year-old Johnnie Rebbeca Carr is a woman who devoted her entire life to the civil rights struggle in Montgomery.
This 152-year-old church hosts concerts for the Portland Baroque Orchestra and ministers hot meals to the homeless who live in their midst.
Nearly half of them sacrifice going to school to work full-time. They are, in essence, children who are being robbed of their future.
CBN News speaks with retired Lieutenant General Josiah Bunting on the miseducation of today's college students.
Bishop Efraim Tendero is calling on the true Christians to change their communities.
Principal Benjamin Chavis's radical ideas transformed Oakland's American Indian Public Charter School into one of the best schools in the area. How did he do it?
Barron is a comic book artist. He owes creativity to God and his education from Regent University.
From dinosaurs to DNA to carbon dating, kids of faith have questions these days. They're struggling to put together what their schools teach about science and what their beliefs are.
Shy and unable to speak easily because of his cleft lip, little Li Wen Che didn’t have much to laugh about until Operation Blessing made his dream come true.
The future of abstinence education is in doubt because much of its funding could get cut by Congress.
As CEO of World Missions for his mother Joyce Meyer's ministry, David will tell of their month-long outreach in Cambodia and how God moved when the final meeting was cancelled.
Jeff Gregory, missions pastor at Cornerstone Church outside of Nashville, Tennessee, started the first grade at Gene Brown Elementary School in 1968. Almost 40 years later he organized a project to renovate the entire school in just five days.
A new survey shows three out of four high school graduates aren't ready for college even though they've taken the recommended classes. The problem for many students is math.
Gordon and Kristi answer the following Bring It On questions: Should we send our kids to public school or home school? What age should girls wear makeup?
Christians around the world suffer daily because of their faith, and it seems the persecution is intensifying. Pat Robertson interviews Gary Lane on modern-day martyrs.
From spitting to smoking; honking to hygiene, Beijing is going to great lengths to clean up its image for the 2008 Olympics.
The Regent School of Communication and the Arts has four new undergraduate degrees.