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Leslie Haskin shares her terrifying journey out of Tower One of the World Trade Center on 9/11, her subsequent dealings with post-traumatic stress disorder, and the peace she has now found because of her relationship with Jesus Christ.
In Thailand, children are solicited for sex as they sell flowers in Bangkok's red light district. Nightlife Ministries, under the direction of Annie Dieselberg is rescuing these victims of prosititution, and offering help, one child at a time.
Rush of Fools is not just a one-hit wonder band. Their first album flew off the shelves. Now, the band is selling out venues on a nationwide tour. But, they say worship will always remain the focus.
In her new memoir, 'Blue Skies No Fences,' Lynne Cheney recounts growing up in the post-war '50s.
CBN News spoke with leading man Eduardo Verastegui about Bella and his own story that's as inspiring as the film itself.
LA Galaxy midfielder Chris Klein shares about some of the milestones in his Major Soccer League career and how God has been his greatest inspiration.
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Heather Sells investigates why churches across the country are finding more and more people in their congregations have tattoos. Also, Gordon Robertson discusses the biblical response.
Oklahoma City Faith Church reaches out to the back-to-school community via an event called “Feeding 5,000.” They have outside entertainment, a massive cookout and a mega school supply giveaway.
Despite daily reports of violence in Iraq, some parts of the country are actually quite peaceful.
Dan's eyesight was slowly slipping away from him. He was just content to get through the day. However, his wife, Fran, wouldn't give up on his miracle.
Does war tend to strengthen or weaken the faith of those fighting? A man who has collected more than 80,000 soldier letters has an answer.
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.
Al and Hattie Hollingsworth rose to prominence in the late ‘60s and ‘70s as business entrepreneurs. But, when misfortune struck their health and finances, they turned to the only one who could really help them recover.
The Williams quickly discovered that $90,000 of debt is no way to start a marriage.
U.S. dependence on foreign oil has led to a large transfer of wealth to Muslim nations and could be advancing Sharia law.
Insomnia comes in two forms: either folks can't fall asleep, or they can't stay asleep.
Voters in North Carolina were across the board when it came to reasons why they plan to vote for a presidential candidate.