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WEB EXTRA: Tour the River of Refuge Dream Center
Mike and Samantha used to volunteer at the outreach center in Morganton, NC. Now, they go there to get the help that they desperately need.
The government reports 49 million Americans are struggling to put food on the table. But thousands of faith-based organizations are fighting back.
Panmunjom is a concrete slab that literally divides North and South Korea.
Matt Eddy, president of Habersham Furniture, is running one of the most successful businessess in America, and he has a very unique business philosophy.
Seeing someone collapse can be a scary experience but if you know what to do, you could save a life. EMS Chief Bruce Nedelka provides tips on how to handle any emergency situation.
Leslie Haskin shares her terrifying journey out of Tower One of the World Trade Center on 9/11, her subsequent dealings with post-traumatic stress disorder, and the peace she has now found because of her relationship with Jesus Christ.
Generous communities across the country are coming to the rescue of military families whose spouses and parents are overseas.
Photographer and veteran storm chaser Jim Reed says he is no adrenaline junkie. He's a man with a mission.
Heather Sells investigates why churches across the country are finding more and more people in their congregations have tattoos. Also, Gordon Robertson discusses the biblical response.
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.
When you’re poor and hungry living out in the country, whom do you turn to for help? There is help and hope for the poorest of the poor living in the rural community of Jefferson, South Carolina.
Tina’s credit card debt was over $25,000. She started tithing and giving to the 700 Club and was able to pay off her debt. Today she owns her own home and runs a mortgage company.
Neal Hammitt called on God and took a step of faith. God answered with a successful business and a miracle home.
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.
When the furniture industry in North Carolina moved, hard-working Americans lost their jobs. People who never asked for help suddenly found themselves in need.
Colleen and Christian thought nothing of spending money to impress clients. When they ended up $20,000 in debt, they tried a test that led to being debt-free. You can conduct the same test, too!
"Literally, the house was starting at that moment to break, and then all I could hear was a screech as the phone went dead," says tornado survivor Beth Catania.