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Still a 'Fisher of Men'

When Wilai's husband became ill, she was responsible for everything. That's when you brought her a new home,...

Still in Awe of His Grace

Walter's loss of sight could have put him out of work. However, Operation Blessing came to the rescue.

Zac Sunderland: The Teenage Magellan

He found a whole new meaning to his faith on the high seas. Zac comes to The 700 Club...

On the Same Financial Page as Your Spouse?

Disagreements about family finances and tithing almost eroded this marriage to the point of separation.

Turkey's Radio Shema: Sharing the Gospel Daily

Sharing the gospel in a Muslim country can be challenging and at times dangerous. In Turkey, where most people...

Weighing Healthy Facts Over Dieting Myths

Do you think all carbs are bad? Is belly fat a good thing? Dr. Lori Johnson sheds light on...

Deb Cohen: Day-In, Day-Out Pain Gone For Good

She was a hairdresser who couldn't even use her own hands. However, her daily pain was about to be...

Shaneen Clarke: The Gospel for the Rich and Famous

She's following the call of God to minister to powerful and influential people across the world.

Pro-Life Pharmacists Say Beliefs Before Business

Two Illinois pharmacy owners refuse to carry the "morning after pill," and they must fight their state for that right.

Latin America Turns to the Left

CBN News reporter, Dale Hurd, explains what Latin America's left turn means for the USA.

Avalon's Strength Found in Original Mission

With a career spanning more than a decade, Avalon has established itself as one of Christian music's premier vocal...

Ministry Helping Thousands Find Jobs

Rising unemployment rates have attracted large numbers of people to a unique ministry that helps them find jobs.

Turkey: A Bridge to the Muslim World?

CBN News' George Thomas takes a look at Obama’s visit to Turkey and America’s relationship with the country.

Eye Scans: A Window to the Body

Digital technology is allowing optometrists to use the eye as a window to the body.

Ink Fading for Troubled Newspaper Industry

The newspaper is in dire straits, and there's no talk of any billion dollar bailouts.

Coach Tony Dungy Steps Away with Honor

Shawn Brown sits down to talk to Tony Dungy about his career as an NFL coach and his decision...

Iraq's 'Safe Haven' a Refuge from Torture

For Christians living in Iraq, life is still very challenging.

On Darwin Day, Myths Parade as Fact

Although born on the same day as President Abraham Lincoln, millions think scientist Charles Darwin was more heroic.