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Covenant Communion Service at Christian Broadcasting Network Headquarters. Prayers by Pat Robertson, Kenneth Copeland and DeDe Robertson at the cross on our property. Reclaiming the Covenant started in 1607 on the 400th anniversary.
Dedication of the Cross and Reclaimation of this area for spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ at Christian Broadcasting Network headquarters in Virginia Beach.
Reclaiming the Covenant Communion Service
The traditional Cape Henry story with the addition of the monument at Jamestown that says a nation that doesn’t follow Christian principles will fall.
As Americans prepare to celebrate the country's 400th anniversary, Christians across Virginia have been holding prayer meetings literally around the clock.
The national anthem is a stirring song that can move even the most apathetic American. The author of the anthem was a devout Christian.
Patrick Henry had a third grade education, but had a powerful Christian faith that helped lay a foundation for the nation.
The Bible was American children's first textbook. Right from the start of America's history, the Bible has been in the thick of things.
Carver fell in love with the wonders of nature - a passion that earned him a nick name that lasted a lifetime.
America is known for sending Christian missionaries all over the world. The birthplace of that heart for the nations is a tiny town in New England.
Some 200 years ago a massive revival swept America. Today the same call is going out for America to reclaim her spiritual heritage.
Cyrus McCormick played a pivotal role in American history. His "Virginia Reaper," developed in the Shenandoah Valley in 1831, not only transformed agriculture, it also transformed society.
This year marks the 400th anniversary of Jamestown, America’s first permanent English colony.
Pat teaches on Reclaiming the Covenant God gave to America 400 years ago.
On April 29th, 1607, a nation was born when travel-weary Englishmen landed at Cape Henry on the shores of Virginia.
Planting a Lasting Covenant