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Does someone really become a Christian just by saying some magic words and agreeing to some basic principles? My church is raising money for a particular fund. I was thinking about taking out a loan of five-thousand dollars so I can give a ...
On CBN Newswatch, March 28: Experts: DOMA Plaintiff: Marriage is a 'magic' word; Democracy fails without religious liberty; 'Easter' latest target for political correctness?; and more.
As seen on "The 700 Club" March 28: Critics question Uncle Sam's ammo buying spree, DOMA plaintiff: marriage is a 'magic' word, and more.
DOMA Plaintiff: Marriage Is a 'Magic' Word
In his latest book, "The Difference You Make," Pat Williams shares how to use your influence to serve others.
How do I talk to my kids about the recent shooting without instilling fear? Does a person really become a Christian by simply saying some magic words and agreeing to some basic principles? Why do I need to go to church? Can't I just worship ... ...
Ridiculous Gov't. Spending List Grows Longer
Holiday decorating and gift-giving has never been easier with Sandra Lee's semi-homemade tips.
He was deep in the world of Wicca until a pastor asked him a simple but crucial question.
Norman Dunham spent years searching for spiritual truth. He finally found it, but it was a long journey.
Pat Williams, senior vice president of the NBA's Orlando Magic, discusses the four dimensions of godly manhood based on 1 Chronicles 7:40.
Mel Gibson apologizes for making anti-semitic remarks to the officer who arrested him for drunk driving.
D.W. Murray is a Hollywood animator whose work has appeared in Curious George, Mulan and more. Although he worked for Disney, he was more inspired by the almighty Creator.
A national poll taken in October shows a third of shoppers will buy fewer toys this year because of safety recalls.
Geeta Sharma knew she’d been cursed by witchcraft. Demonic thoughts ran through her mind as she walked the crowded streets of New Delhi, India. No one was safe, especially her husband.
What psychologists now realize is that these jam-packed schedules can silence play. This lack of play is stunting emotional, behavioral and even intellectual growth.
Shalom spent most of her life searching for peace. As a teenager, she began to dabble in witchcraft, hoping the power of magic would bring her the serenity she desperately longed for.
He is back, telling voters he is the right man for the job at the right time in our nation's history. But will conservatives, especially evangelicals, line up behind him?