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He was a workaholic. She was unfaithful. The Markleys were headed for divorce until a movie changed their course.
On Thursday's CBN Newswatch with Lee Webb: A suspect arrested in plotting to bomb D.C. subway trains, the Supreme Court ruling that could protect kids from violent video games, a new film offering a different view on global warming, and more.
CBN WorldReach brings medical missions and a powerful video, "The Jesus Film," to the people of India.
Watch the Friday, October 8 edition of CBN Newschannel's Midday News with Efrem Graham. Top Stories -- Uncertainty Prevails in U.S. Economic Outlook, New Disney Film 'Secretariat' Gallops into Theaters, and more.
These filmmakers have a production company called Level Path Productions, with two films under their belt.
On Monday's CBN Newswatch with George Thomas: Obama Wants Initiatives to Get Economy Moving; ‘Expecting Mary:’ A Family Film, and more.
Regent University has graduates who go on to make major motion films. Just ask Ultimate Gift screenwriter, Cheryl McKay.
One of the stars of the Oscar-winning film Slumdog Millionaire lost his home. How does a boy rise to such popularity and end up back in utter poverty? It’s really not so hard to believe.
Thousands attended outreaches hosted in South Africa airing the World Cup and "The Prize," a film with testimonies from famous Christian soccer players. Hundreds made decisions for Christ.
Watch CBN NewsWatch with Lee Webb and Lorie Johnson. Top Stories: Lawmakers agree on a sweeping overhaul of Wall Street, a tropical storm could mean trouble for the oil spill clean up, a look a new faith-based film on fatherhood, and more.
On this week's Christian World News: More on the growing issue of human trafficking in the U.S. and abroad, ethnic violence forcing people out of Kyrgyzstan, two D.C. fathers working to make a difference through film, and more.
The makers of "Facing the Giants" and "Fireproof" are preparing to release what they hope will be their next box-office hit.
Today on the 700 Club - Laurie Cardoza-Moore of the new film The Forgotten People talks about anti-semitism. Also, a snowboarder gets stranded, and a country music star turns into a Broadway actor.
The new film documents growing anti-semitism, the parallels between Nazism and radical Islam, and why Christians must take a stand.
'Letter's to God' is the story of how one boy’s battle with cancer turned into an inspiration for a man searching for meaning.
The editor for Men's Health shares exercises to get you fit. A man kicks his nicotine habit with a word of knowledge. Also, CBN News reports on the new film, Letters to God.
He had a vision of the afterlife after being stung by a dangerous jellyfish.
Pastors John and Carol Arnott return to The 700 Club to discuss honoring the anointing. Dr. Ben Carson talks about his new film. Also, CBN News reports on the upcoming U.S. Census.