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World leaders attended a religious tolerance conference sponsored by Saudi Arabia at the United Nations this week. Religious rights groups say there's a hidden agenda at work.
Sarah Palin on why she has avoided doing interviews with the 24/7 cable networks.
Mondrea Jacobs started using drugs in junior high school and thought she'd never stop. Her wake-up call came from a bullet that whizzed by her face. Then she sought God with all her heart.
One pastor is challenging his congregation and Christians across the country not to gossip for at least eight days.
Faith Baptist Church is being honored for their Residential Treatment Center for girls struggling with unplanned pregnancy, eating disorders and addictions.
How can we stay healthy while traveling during the holidays? What harm can cola drinks have on our kidneys?
Is it bad to double dip at parties? Which is healthier, whole egg or egg white omelets? Is there any harm in young children watching TV?
Smile - you're on YouTube! That's the sign people walking into a California porn shop are seeing, and it's turning many of them away in shame.
The southern hemisphere has already gone through its flu season, and swine flu was widespread, but fairly mild.
Jodee Blanco gives practical advice to schools and communities on how to prevent bullying.
He had Crohn's disease until he discovered a diet and exercise plan that healed his body.
Muslim nations are pressing the UN to adopt a measure giving special protection to Islam, but Christians say it will be harmful to churches in those countries.
What causes cold hands and feet? Can tea be harmful? Should I be concerned about high-fat foods if I am trying to gain weight?
Gordon interviews this expert on what it really means to be trillions in debt.
Dale Hurd investigates universal healthcare -- what its done to other nations and how it may cause more harm than good.
The author of “Shopper’s Guide to Healthy Living” shows you how to make cleansers that aren't toxic for your family.
Dave was one of the most outspoken atheists on campus – until he ran into a major obstacle to his unbelief.
Jesse struggled with feelings of rejection that led to self-hatred. An encounter with Christ gave him a new identity.