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Her soulful sound and winning smile not only captured the hearts of Amerca but the judges on American Idol too. But it wasn’t just Mandisa’s singing that made a statement when she appeared on the fifth season of the hit show.
Colin Ireton lived as the poster child of an '80s "hair" band. But eventually the fame wasn’t enough. There was a nagging inner belief that there must be a God out there somewhere. But where?
Flags are flying at half staff in memory of nine firefighters who died battling a blaze at a furniture warehouse Monday night. It's the nation's worst loss of firefighters since 9/11.
Jerimae Yoder was born into a religious family, but it wasn’t until he was an adult that he discovered he’d never had a real relationship with God.
Pat recently opted for an innovative surgery to correct the pain and damage in his right knee. Medical reporter Gailon Totheroh has more on minimally invasive joint replacement.
Some 200 years ago a massive revival swept America. Today the same call is going out for America to reclaim her spiritual heritage.
Americans may pride themselves on their independence, but even before the nation was born, its leaders were declaring their absolute dependence on God.
“The persecution I experienced at Yale was nothing compared to the battles I endured there in New York as a Christian commodities trader.”
Steve Alford is best known for his all-American senior season at Indiana University. It was 1987 and it was the last time the Hoosiers won a National Title.
The producer of Amazing Grace talks with Kristi Watts about the story of William Wilberforce's 25-year battle to end slavery in Britain.
The retired history professor will discuss the need to put religion back into the teaching of our nation's founding.
When Andy and Marcia met a few years ago, he was scraping by on social security, and she was $300,000 in debt. What turned it around?
While he's become a popular figure among anti-American forces around the world, Iran’s president is getting a different reception at home.
He’s a comedian who pokes fun at the family life. But Dave's growing up was no laughing matter.
Insomnia comes in two forms: either folks can't fall asleep, or they can't stay asleep.
Monday, Dec. 1, is World Aids Day, a time to raise awareness about a disease on the rise around the world.
Will billions of tons of coal in U.S. mountains be turned into liquid fuel?
Chris Sligh talks about being an 'American Idol' finalist in season six, talks about his faith, and sings live on The 700 Club.