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Despite assurances from the seafood industry, consumers are a bit worried about the safety of fish.
The 700 Club’s Chuck Holton goes south to visit a Georgia farm called Noah’s Ark. It’s a special ranch where abused children and abused animals heal together.
'Crunchy Cons' Value Faith and Family
Former Time Magazine Senior Correspondent and prolific author David Aikman joins The 700 Club to share more about a book he wrote called Billy Graham: His Life and Influence.
There's a growing movement to forcibly tag or chip your animals with radio frequency identification devices. Many privacy advocates believe this could lead to a scarier level: implanting you and me. Now, there is an effort to stem the tide.
For reaching out and “helping a hero”, The 700 Club salutes Monticello United Methodist Church of Statesville, North Carolina as “America’s Church of the Week.”
A tall glass of milk may not be as safe as you think it is. CBN News Science & Medical Reporter Gailon Totheroh investigates why rBGH is being banned.
Imagine both your children born with heart defects and no way to get help. That was the story of the Xies, rice farmers in China.
The new Billy Graham Library continues the evangelistic legacy started decades ago.
A water pump was all this village needed to farm and maintain its livelihood. Thanks to CBN Partners like you, Operation Blessing was able to step in and lend a hand.
Tuskegee University was founded in 1881 by a ex-slave - a man who became the most influential American educator of his time.
Matthew Maury is the father of modern oceanography, the man who helped turn the United States into a maritime powerhouse in the 19th century.
Cyrus McCormick played a pivotal role in American history. His "Virginia Reaper," developed in the Shenandoah Valley in 1831, not only transformed agriculture, it also transformed society.
George Thomas has the story of one small farming village east of Beijing that's witnessing a powerful move of God.
Her husband’s trek for water in the dry mountains of China had left her a widow. Now, she's penniless and alone.
Carl and Ruth Lund of Ohio lost their dairy farm to a fire. Friends helped them rebuild their farm and now it thrives.
After winning Iraq's Anbar province, The 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit now hopes to repeat that victory in Afghanistan.
Should terrorists be allowed to arm themselves within a fragile democracy? Lebanon seems to think so.