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Hurricane Ike left it's mark on the Texas coast early Saturday morning.But first responders like Operation Blessing are working hard to bring relief.
Things may appear quiet in the Gaza Strip these days, but there's a lot of activity going on that you don't see.
The author cooks up some holiday delights that won't stretch your waistline.
Father Zakaria Botros is perhaps the most hated man in the Middle East. He's confronting Islam with an in-your-face style of television and internet evangelism.
Michael's livelihood was literally dying before his eyes. That's when he faced his fears, and started a new financial plan. Now Mike is enjoying success and no longer lives in fear.
More than 250 volunteers from Cross Point Community Church helped revitalize the only homeless shelter in Nashville, Tenn, dedicated to keeping families together while getting them back on their feet.
An Israeli has launched a first-of-its kind hybrid solar power station. It can prodcue green power 24/7.
A workplace hazard left Judith with three months to live, but that's not the report that God had planned.
Who says renovating your house is a man's job? Julie and Stephanie return to The 700 Club to show you how.
Nasir Iqbal ran a convenience store in NYC. He was robbed and struck with a metal pipe to his head. This put Nasir in a coma for weeks. He saw Jesus while in coma, which led to his salvation. Nasir made a full recovery.
Evergreen Christian Center is being honored for their community care service. This service assists neighbors with food, clothing, monetary gifts for electric bills, rent, etc.
For Christians living in Iraq, life is still very challenging.
Being hit with 13,000 volts of electricity should have killed him. Yet, Tim survived by the grace of God.
Being hit with 13,000 volts of electricity should have killed him. Yet, Tim survived by the grace of God and Johnny Lee Hooker, Jr. shares his experience of overcoming decades of drug addiction and criminal activity.
This week on Canadian Edition, Debbie Finley was abandoned and abused as a child, but nothing compared to the pain of that tragic night when she witnessed her father's murder. Plus, a man is shocked with 13,000 volts of electricity and survives.
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