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Unexpected home repairs and a struggling new business had Art and Rene Harrel in real financial trouble. That’s when God asked for a small act of faith that brought great prosperity and changed their lives.
Her husband’s trek for water in the dry mountains of China had left her a widow. Now, she's penniless and alone.
In 2007, Israel's enemies will try to advance their jihadist plan to take back Jerusalem and Israel for Islam.
Mac and Kathy McKinnon are the owners of a commercial landscaping company that has accounts with some of the country’s most prominent hotel chains.The McKinnons are also completely debt free.
A ministry to the hungry is doing more than fill empty stomaches. It's also changing lives.
Food Network host Sandra Lee provides easy tips for making your holiday table festive and fun.
Food Network host Sandra Lee says it doesn't have to be hard to feed your family and save money, too.
If America is the land of plenty, why are so many going hungry?
Carl and Ruth Lund of Ohio lost their dairy farm to a fire. Friends helped them rebuild their farm and now it thrives.
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.
Victoria is committed to helping women, children and families discover their purpose and reach their highest potential in Christ.
Hurricane Ike left it's mark on the Texas coast early Saturday morning.But first responders like Operation Blessing are working hard to bring relief.
Bob and Johanne Rose thought they would have to work forever to pay off their $40,000 in credit card debt. Instead, they found a strategy that brought them out of debt and into a new home.
Single mom Lorensi carried her pastries from door to door, trying to raise enough money to feed her children.
Will billions of tons of coal in U.S. mountains be turned into liquid fuel?
In some countries, rising food prices are literally making the difference between life and death.
Today's economic reality is forcing many Americans to change the way they live.
Amy Hendel, author of “Fat Families, Thin Families,” discusses how to conquer the culture of obesity and have thinner, healthier families.