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She successfully raised four children, one of whom is a superstar NBA player. Today she shares lessons on purpose and determination.
Watch Christian World News for a look at a former NBA star's work in Haiti, Burmese orphans showing the power of forgiveness, an Equality Bill victory in the U.K., and more.
Denver Nuggets trainer Steve Hess talks about the secret weapon that will enhance your workout.
Denver Nuggets trainer Steve Hess shows you how to get fit like an NBA star. Also, a miracle boy cheats death, not once but multiple times.
He was a legend on the air but off the air he was battling alcoholism. See how legendary sports broadcaster Pat Summerall made the comeback of a lifetime.
Michael grew up in church, but he had a lot to learn. He was drafted to the Milwaukee Bucks and spent a lot of time on the bench early on in his career. Find out how prayer motivated him to find joy both on and off the court.
Lucille O'Neal is much more than just NBA superstar Shaquille O'Neal's mom. She's a philanthropist and strong woman of faith who believes that God has a great plan in store for all of us.
He may not be on "Top Chef" but Jerome Brown cooks for celebrities like Priscilla Presley and Nancy Kerrigan. He brings his culinary skills to The 700 Club to help you prepare your meals the healthy way.
Steve Alford is best known for his all-American senior season at Indiana University. It was 1987 and it was the last time the Hoosiers won a National Title.
Jerome Brown cooks for celebrities like Priscilla Presley. He brings his culinary skills to The 700 Club to help you prepare your meals the healthy way. Also, get his recipe for Grilled Lime Chicken Skewers.
Alonzo Mourning's broken beginnings, outstanding reputation in the NBA, and medical victory over a rare kidney disease all contributed to the mighty man of faith he has become.
He wanted to be an NBA star, but a shattered knee ended his career. His disappointment led to drugs and eventually prison. Then God brought hope.
The man they called “White Jesus” could dunk any ball. His talent had him bound for the NBA, but it could not mask his anger.
The secret to a longer life may be in the tea you drink or the chocolate you eat. Dr. Maroon discusses the mystery ingredient.
Pat discusses investing your life in what matters most when pursuit of fame, money, power, and pleasure fails.
Luther Wright was a top NBA draft pick in 1993, but in his first year he gets kicked off the Utah Jazz and Dr. Charles Stanley shares about his new book, "Turning the Tide."
Luther Wright signed a $5 million dollar contract to play in the NBA. In his first season, he was kicked off of the Utah Jazz.