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Baritone and piano player Wintley Phipps talks about the role of music in Black history and sings "Amazing Grace."
Lovina of Nigeria struggled to find a job until she gave her live to Christ while watching CBN's Turning Point program.
The author of The Last TV Evangelist discusses how to reach the youth and today's culture with the Gospel.
Chuck Holton reports from across the Atlantic on how Africa medical missions are heading off radicalism.
Today marks the one year anniversary of the earthquake that struck China.
CBN News reporter, Dale Hurd, explains what Latin America's left turn means for the USA.
Matt Barnett co-founded The Dream Center, an organization dedicated to helping inner cities.
Tennis coach Jonathan Newman gets serious about tithing after three years of poverty-level income. The results are amazing.
A new coalition says Christians can end extreme global poverty in just a couple of decades and they have a new film they hopes will inspire everyone in the church to do their part.
On this week’s Christian World News, U.S. troops pull out of Iraq, a new film aimed at ending poverty, victims of the war in Bosnia find healing through Jesus, and more.
On Wednesday's CBN Newswatch with Lee Webb and Wendy Griffith: Reaction to Iran’s alleged plot to attack an ambassador, a new movie aimed at ending world poverty, recap of last night’s GOP debate, and more.
On Tuesday's CBN Newswatch with Lee Webb and Lorie Johnson: US Poverty Rate Hits 27-Year High; Obama Ratchets Up Pitch for $450B Jobs Plan; Clinton: Religious Rights Still Top US Concern, and more.
Tribal children in Paraguay face deep poverty and social alienation. Now a Korean missionary is working to give them a better life.
When one Virginia pastor learned of the poverty facing his elderly community, he went on a mission to feed as many hungry seniors as possible.
One watchdog group's recent inclusion of Christian organizations as anti-gay 'hate groups' has led some to challenge homosexuals to "start debating" and "stop hating."
'Strike Force' Gives Food to America's Impoverished
Food Banks See Demand Rise as Economy Falls
New Film '58' Seeks to End World Poverty