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Romanian Gypsies' Revival Stirs Hope for Change
Gordon Robertson highlights how Operation Blessing is relieving hunger through agriculture programs in Niger.
"Jesus Is Hung on the Cross"
Pat, why are there two different accounts of Judas's death in the Bible? How can I develop a deep hunger for God's Word and also be more intimate with Jesus? Will God be mad at me if I tell my helpless family members to stop coming to me for help?
A special CBN Sports interview uncovers a side to Michael Vick that is in stark contrast to the criminal and thug persona that the media hung on him. Plus, a recap of CBN's annual Labor Day prayer event with Pat Robertson.
Gordon Robertson shares about a church in Budapest, Hungary that partners with CBN to dub The 700 Club into Hungarian where it has become a top rated program.
In Hungary and other European countries, The 700 Club is viewed in native languages, and ranks well in popularity.
After John was let go from his job, he wondered how he could feed his family of six. Little did he realize that you were a part of his answer.
Likely GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney recently hung up his dress shirts and ties for a wet suit and surfing gear.
Movie Reviews: 'Hunger Games,' 'October Baby'
On Thursday's CBN Newswatch: Gas prices take center stage on the campaign trail, al Qaeda claims responsibility for the killing of an American teacher in Yemen, fans prep for the film 'Hunger Games,' and more.
'Hunger Games' Film a Cautionary Tale for Society
Jerusalem Dateline: Nuclear Iran only Months Away
On this week’s Christian World News, North Korea tops the list of worst persecutors of Christians, work to help those facing hunger in Europe, flash floods bring turmoil to the Philippines, and more.
He left the hardware store, and then woke up in a hospital. Dale was unaware that his life hung in the balance.
Europe's economic crisis is forcing families into hunger. Now, Christians are working together to provide support to those facing disaster. UK correspondent Peter Wooding reports.
She used pot and alcohol, and eventually became addicted to crack. She doubted she'd ever be free from addiction.
For much of the 20th Century, Romania suffered under the harsh rule of a communist dictator. About 25 years ago, a revolution brought economic and political freedom to the country, allowing many to move forward. For one segment of the ...