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Experience the musical stylings of Sensere, a collaboration of original vocals and melodic baselines featuring strong men of God.
Go behind the scenes of The 700 Club with music group Sensere.
By all outward appearances, Bob and Audrey had a happy, healthy marriage, but an act of infidelity would undermine everything. Plus, recording artist Marcus Gray shares his story of overcoming life's obstacles and trusting God to lead the way.
Scott Ross talks to this rock'n'roll icon about his legacy and why he is tackling tough questions about God.
He's an international pop star, but many people don't know about the condition Gary Valenciano has been battling for years.
Sarah Kelly sings about the battle scars of life that she knows all too well. As a survivor of abuse and rape, the Gotee recording artist visits The 700 Club to share her testimony of a troubled youth and a bright future.
Christian recording artist Twila Paris performs a song from her latest album "He is Exalted: Live Worship".
He is the best-selling Christmas artist in history. Chip Davis, founder of the Mannheim Steamroller group, will discuss the joys of Christmas.
Tony and Tamara Mercedes were surprised when domestic discord surfaced in their marriage. They will discuss domestic violence in the church.
This Messianic Jew and recording artist talks about the importance of the Jewish new year and sings "Adonai."
The recording artists celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary, but it didn't always look like they'd get there.
Feature: Worship leader and recording artist Aaron Shust performs live!
Filipino singer Gary Valenciano talks about his career and sings this upbeat Christian song.
This Filipino singer, who has been performing for more than 25 years, shares about his latest career moves.
The singer found healing and purpose in Christ after her parents divorced. Now she ministers to her generation through song.
This Nashville church is being honored for their youth step team outreach, which keeps urban kids off the streets.
The economy hit Detroit hard and left hundreds of families with questions. City leaders are turning to God for the answers.
Musician John Tesh discusses his latest project, a PBS television special that celebrates faith, music, dance, and family.