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Food Network host Sandra Lee says it doesn't have to be hard to feed your family and save money, too.
McLaughlin, who served two tours in Iraq, discusses his life as a military chaplain.
Steve Gray passionately wants church people to change what he calls "absurd religion" into the authentic presence of God.
Governor Sarah Palin tells The Brody File that Barack Obama is trying to "pretty-up" his abortion record, but she calls him out on it saying he is "so far left that it is way out of the mainstream."
The largest gathering of fiscal conservatives was worked up at this year's Washington conference of Americans for Prosperity.
Things may appear quiet in the Gaza Strip these days, but there's a lot of activity going on that you don't see.
Colleen and Christian thought nothing of spending money to impress clients. When they ended up $20,000 in debt, they tried a test that led to being debt-free. You can conduct the same test, too!
This physical therapist demonstrates simple ways to alleviate the typical neck and back pain associated with poor posture and poor sleep.
For most kids, summer is a time for vacation. But in the Gaza Strip, that's not the case.
Lois had just read Pat’s "Miracles" book when the river by her house was flooding. She spoke to the water and it subsided.
As thousands prayed in Washington D.C., miles away in Beijing, Olympic athletes were also meeting for a weekend of prayer.
Chris Harrison, a former heroin addict, tells how Teen Challenge was instrumental in helping him overcome drugs and get back to Christ.
Amy Hendel, author of “Fat Families, Thin Families,” discusses how to conquer the culture of obesity and have thinner, healthier families.
The author cooks up some holiday delights that won't stretch your waistline.
The author discusses his new book, Fearless, and why Jesus calls us to be courageous.
A study by the Washington Post shows that only two percent of dieters keep their weight off permanently. Their secret? Gregory Jantz says it's not what you think.
The editor of "Prevention Magazine," Liz Vaccariello, talks about her "Flat Belly Diet."
The economy hit Detroit hard and left hundreds of families with questions. City leaders are turning to God for the answers.