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The Regent School of Communication and the Arts has four new undergraduate degrees.
Pat Robertson answers your theology questions on Bring It On. What happens to us after we die? Can curses be put on Christians? How do we pray for healing?
It has been two years since three subways and a double-decker bus were bombed by terrorists in London. But for sisters Emily and Katie Benton, the details remain as clear as the day it happened.
Where have all the honeybees gone? Millions are disappearing all over the world and scientists don't know why.
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.
She debuted on The Cosby Show and went on to television and film success. But during her very painful and public divorce, Robin Givens had to find her source of strength.
She lost 130 pounds and now shares what she learned to help others keep the extra weight off for good.
A major scientific achievement that unraveled the genome's mysteries is transforming medical science.
Eight years after being diagnosised with multiple sclerosis, country singer Clay Walker performs to sold-out crowds, rides horses, plays golf, and runs on the beach with his daughters — activities he was afraid MS would take from him.
Pat recently opted for an innovative surgery to correct the pain and damage in his right knee. Medical reporter Gailon Totheroh has more on minimally invasive joint replacement.
A high school friend told Thor that she had dreamed of him on The Tonight Show. He said, "If you're not going to follow your own dreams, you might as well follow somebody else's."
Greg and Yvette Mucerino took a chance on their dream career but ended up owing a year's salary. Then God showed them a debt-free way to the job of their dreams.
Dr. Arnon Krongrad will be on the program to discuss prostate cancer and will promote awareness of the American Prostate Cancer Initiative.
When Jesus commanded, 'Go ye into all the world and preach the Gospel,' there was no Internet. Internet evangelism has no borders.
After a week of reeling through the painful events, thousands of students are back in Blacksburg, having made the difficult decision to return to Virginia Tech.
She's serious about saving sex for marriage, and author/speaker Lakita Garth wants teens and adults alike to know that virginity is not only practical but possible.
Matthew Maury is the father of modern oceanography, the man who helped turn the United States into a maritime powerhouse in the 19th century.
America is known for sending Christian missionaries all over the world. The birthplace of that heart for the nations is a tiny town in New England.