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It's known as one of C.S. Lewis’s most influential works...the Screwtape Letters. It's a tale of spiritual warfare from a demon's point of view. Now this famous literary work has been brought to life.
Kurt and Ronda suddenly went from owning a lot, to owing a lot. At $150,000 in debt, Kurt felt like he was literally drowning in debt. He found an answer to his fear and the key to a better, debt-free life. If you feel like you’re drowning, ...
Native Translators Labor in Love for Cameroon
Newly Literate 98-Year-Old Inspires Kids to Read
More than 340 million people don't have a Bible in their own language. In Cameroon, more natives are stepping in to help translate the Scripture into their own language.
Pilgrims and tourists visiting Israel now can literally take the path that Jesus walked. CBN correspondent Julie Stahl takes us along the new Gospel Trail.
CBN's Orphan's Promise teaches poverty-stricken children and orphans in India life skills and Bible truths.
A bout with cancer left her literally speechless with damaged vocal cords. After more than a year of prayer, she found her voice.
Feature Story: “Love to me was literally a slap in the face.”
She got an STD after sleeping with her first boyfriend. Then it became pre-cancerous. Kellie needed a savior.
More and more historic British churches are being sold and converted into office buildings and hotels. But some are fighting the trend.
The future of CBN is now! CBN is using the latest technologies to spread the message of Jesus Christ here in the United States and around the world.
The Bible used as a textbook in schools as part of a literacy program causes debate.
Recovery rate for missing children is up from 60 percent in 1990 to 96 percent today thanks to advances in technology.
Pope Benedict XVI's visit comes at a time of growing worries in the West that the largely Muslim country of Turkey is becoming more radicalized in its embrace of Islam…
Panmunjom is a concrete slab that literally divides North and South Korea.
About three years ago, Andrew Shcherbina of Seattle, WA, decided to go into business installing and repairing hardwood and laminate floors. Andrew had grown up in a Christian home in his native Ukraine, but tithing and giving were not a priority.