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Many Christians fear laws to protect homosexuals in the work place could endanger their religious freedom.
Ann Coulter's new book Godless looks at how there is a contempt for the people of God which has taken secularists and liberals to an ironic place: their anti-religious liberalism has actually become, in itself, a religion.
The Bible: Coming to a Classroom Near You?
Ninety-six-year-old Johnnie Rebbeca Carr is a woman who devoted her entire life to the civil rights struggle in Montgomery.
Pat Robertson interviews the author of "What's So Great About Christianity?" to find out how Christians can respond to "atheism on the offensive."
Jeff Gregory, missions pastor at Cornerstone Church outside of Nashville, Tennessee, started the first grade at Gene Brown Elementary School in 1968. Almost 40 years later he organized a project to renovate the entire school in just five days.
Gordon and Kristi answer the following Bring It On questions: Should we send our kids to public school or home school? What age should girls wear makeup?
Three hundred churches a year hope to adopt public schools.
She's serious about saving sex for marriage, and author/speaker Lakita Garth wants teens and adults alike to know that virginity is not only practical but possible.
Radical Muslims are looking for ways to bring sharia law to the United States.
The economy hit Detroit hard and left hundreds of families with questions. City leaders are turning to God for the answers.
An inner city prep school in Chicago is working to prepare African American males for college.
What is it and what does sharia mean for Christians and others forced to abide by it? First Gary Lane looks at Islamic law. Then Pat Robertson interviews author Nonie Darwish.
Abandoned as a baby, Zanele is raised by her grandmother in South Africa. They have little money but with the help of CBN, Zanele was able to attend day care and is now prepared to enter public schools.
Calif. Schools Start 'Transitional Kindergarten'
Efforts to Stop Gay History Curriculum Fall Short
NYC Makes Sex Ed in Public Schools Mandatory
Atlanta Schools Cheating Scandal May Cost Millions