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Two little deaf girls find each other and the skills they need to communicate in an CBN supported center in Senegal, the only school for deaf children in the country.
Imagine being so hungry you couldn’t concentrate on anything else. That’s all 10-year-old Arely could think about when she was in school. Learn what you did to change her life.
Twins Vasya and Sasha were tired of bullies taunting them for being cross eyed, so Vasya took things into his own hands and learned to box. Learn how God used you to provide a better solution.
Is there Life After a Broken Heart?
After their mother died, nine-year-old Kuaon and his little sister Nang were neglected by their alcoholic father and eventually separated. Learn how you helped reunite this brother and sister.
Living in rural South Africa, Kindness was only two years old when her mother abandoned her. See how God used you to not only give this little girl a home but hope for the future.
Imagine running an orphanage and having to send away a child because you had no more room. Thanks to you, one orphanage director no longer has to do that.
Tarfa found a way to graduate from school, completely debt-free with no student loans. She found a strategy that increased her salary and her sense of purpose and accomplishment. You can too.
A Thai orphan named Gong is able to move in with extended family because of help from CBN's Orphan's Promise
Former street kid finds a place at an Orphan's Promise center where he's also taught important life skills.
After ten-year-old Oat lost both his parents to AIDS, he moved in with a relative only to be beaten and mistreated. Oat considered running away, but God had something better in store for the young boy.
A big Democrat win in this November's elections could jumpstart a contentious debate in Congress that has raged since the late 1980s. It's a debate that could let government decide what you can watch and hear on radio and TV…
One of the most powerful weapons in the hands of modern terrorists is the mass media.
Should government decide how long you can listen to a liberal radio host like Al Frankin, or a conservative commentator like Rush Limbaugh?
Jason discovered his true strength in the face of cancer was in God.
In this precedent-setting election year it seems the evangelical vote is up for grabs. Amy Sullivan, editor of Time Magazine, discusses the role of faith in politics.
Speculation abounds that Olmert and his top ministers don't agree on whether to launch a third phase of the attack on Hamas.
The U.N. is trying to impose a Gaza cease-fire. But Hamas isn't ready to give up its war against Israel, so the attacks continue.The Christian Broadcasting Network: http://www.cbn.com.