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Watch the 700 Club Canada for July 4, 2012.
Watch Wednesday's special Fourth of July edition of Newswatch with Mark Martin. Unique reports on America's biblical heritage and U.S. traditions like fireworks and the "Taps" final salute song.
A WWII veteran, George Shee reflects on the Lord's protection during his military service. Plus, author David Barton discusses the life of Thomas Jefferson and the myths surrounding his legacy.
Watch the July 4 edition of the CBN News Channel's Morning News with Charlene Israel and Mark Martin. Holiday travelers getting more bang for their buck; Millions still sweating it put on the Fourth of July; 'Lone Survivor' shares SEAL stories ...
Major Cities Up July 4 Security Just in Case
Storms Take the Bang Out of July 4 Celebrations
Watch this week's episode of 700 Club Canadian Edition hosted by Dr. David Gyertson.
Tuskegee University was founded in 1881 by a ex-slave - a man who became the most influential American educator of his time.
The four young girls share the importance of the national anthem and sing the "Star-Spangled Banner."
As seen on The 700 Club's nationally televised broadcast for July 4, the top headlines from CBN News include -- Hot Weather Cancels Fourth of July Celebrations, Christianity: The Foundation of Independence?, and more.
On Monday's CBN Newswatch with Wendy Griffith: Hot Weather Cancels Fourth of July Celebrations, Chavez Back in Venezuela, Feeling 'Fine' After Tumor, and more.
Gordon Robertson whips up BBQ pork with restaurateur Lee Ann Whippen and the incredible story of a Scott Smiley, a soldier blinded in combat who went on to be the Army’s first blind active-duty officer.
Jamie Galloway shares his testimony as we celebrate July 4th.
Watch the July 4 edition of the CBN News Channel's Morning News with Efrem Graham. Top Stories -- Hot Weather Cancels Fourth of July Celebrations, Exxon Claims Yellowstone Spill Limited, and more.
Debt Deadline Puts Pressure on Budget Talks
Fireworks Follow Sunny July 4 Festivals
Rough Economy Dampens Holiday Mood for Many