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Katherine felt the pain of the 2007 housing market crash first hand. When her income was cut in half, it was credit cards that kept food on the table. Then she made a tough decision that brought her back on top. Learn what it was.
Sandi started a home-based business to make money while being available for her kids. After five years barely getting by, she applied these principles that took her business to a whole new level. See what she did.
Connor and Cayden Long, 2013 Sports Illustrated Kids of the Year, encapsulate the idea that the bonds of love are more important than winning medals.
Mother of 11 adopted children and 28 foster children, Dana Steele shares the story of her heart for orphans.
Abused Missionary Kids Begin Journey to Healing
When Superbook premiered in Mexico, children like Kevin got more than a great show. They found Jesus!
The FREE Bible app for kids is a media-rich experience that helps bring the Bible to life with videos and images from the Emmy nominated SUPERBOOK animation series as well as with engaging interactive games.
Shaw dreamed of playing like the other kids in her Chinese village, but her heart disease kept her confined at home.
On CBN Newswatch, March 26: Gay marriage hearings show a nation divided; Archbishop: Gay marriage ignores kids' best interest; Is the Bible losing its influence in America?; and more.
Archbishop: Gay Marriage Ignores Kids' Best Interest
Sproul: Christian Kids Shouldn't Be in Public School
Legal Pot: Marijuana-Friendly Laws Threat to Kids?
Colorado and Washington's legalization of pot has led the states to become the epicenter of a national movement to legalize the drug. It's also heightened concerns about the effect on youth.
Senator Proposes Teaching Kids Gun Safety
Mary Hunt, founder of debt-proof living, offers tips to parents on how to raise financially confident kids.
Hear from the families of Down Syndrome children, as they share how their kids are blessings.
French Military Pounds Islamist Targets in Mali
Child advocates say it's a tragedy: thousands of Thai kids growing up without a parent, separated from their culture. It's prompted some to begin advocating for what's called family-based or community-based care.