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He is the best-selling Christmas artist in history. Chip Davis, founder of the Mannheim Steamroller group, will discuss the joys of Christmas.
Meet Logan Henderson and hear the phone call that touched hearts all around the world.
Patti survived a horrific car accident. The Lord woke her from a six-week coma and healed her from permanent brain damage.
Bob Siegel was a Jew whose mind was poisoned against Jesus at an early age. Then, in college, two strangers shared a message that changed his heart.
There's a growing movement to forcibly tag or chip your animals with radio frequency identification devices. Many privacy advocates believe this could lead to a scarier level: implanting you and me. Now, there is an effort to stem the tide.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy called the birth of modern Israel a "miracle," and said it was probably the central event of the 20th century.
Photographer and veteran storm chaser Jim Reed says he is no adrenaline junkie. He's a man with a mission.
David Brody follows Obama and Hillary on the campaign trail as they go down South to court the African American community.
George Otis, Sr., who pioneered television in the Middle East and influenced Christians around the world, passed away last weekend.
Should government decide how long you can listen to a liberal radio host like Al Frankin, or a conservative commentator like Rush Limbaugh?
Scott Ross talks with Craig von Buseck about the early days of rock'n'roll including how he met his wife, Ronette singer Nedra Talley.
He’s a state champion wrestler and a mean cook. However, in the blink of an eye, Scott Cust could have lost it all.
With radio shows heard all over the world, Walt "Baby" Love was enjoying all of the success he’d worked hard to achieve. But when a deadly disease struck him down, Walt had to muster the faith to fight for his life.
After 16 years, the Audio Adrenaline tour bus is rolling to stop. Tim Branson talks with the guys about their exciting career and their plans for the future.
When Jesus commanded, 'Go ye into all the world and preach the Gospel,' there was no Internet. Internet evangelism has no borders.
For nearly 400 years, America's Ivy League school's have helped shape America for better or worse.
The Annie Moses Band shares about their family music ministry.
Nothing can prepare you for the loss of your job. When it happened to John Nakamura, he made it through, completely debt-free.