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Keeping Faith: 'God's Not Through with America'
Ohio Sen. Rob Portman is among the possible vice presidential picks for GOP candidate Mitt Romney. But some say Portman is too “cookie-cutter” for the job. Are they right? CBN News’ John Jessup offers analysis.
This week on The Brody File we head to Indiana, where we take a closer look at the hotly contested GOP primary fight between Sen. Dick Lugar and his opponent, Richard Mourdock.
Colton Dixon: 'I Wear my Faith on my Sleeve'
No Damages, Problems Reported from Solar Storm
Basketball Opens Doors to Minister to Africa Youth
Homeschoolers Invoke 'Tebow' to Play Public Sports
Live Nativity Scene Displayed at Supreme Court
Kimberly became a victim of sexual abuse at age three. The abuse continued for years and derailed her life for decades until Kim found restoration in Jesus Christ.
One American ministry is trying to change a central African country's destiny by focusing on young people.
Young homeschooled athletes are invoking Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow's name in a new battle being drawn over their right to play sports at public schools.
Kevin was alone at home when a robber broke in and tried to kill him, stabbing him 37 times.
A scuba diving accident left him paralyzed. Today, he is walking and sharing the love of Christ around the world.
After a few years away, Rachael Lampa returns to the Christian music scene including a stop in The 700 Club studio. Plus, Kevin Ramsby was alone at home when a robber broke in and tried to kill him, stabbing him 37 times.
She was robbed, beaten, and stabbed beyond recognition. Doctors thought it was luck that she survived, but Sharon knew it was the Lord.
As CBN celebrates Pat Robertson's 80th birthday, we're also celebrating more than 30 years of coverage from the news department he founded.
Broken bones, ruptured ear drums... Ingrid Lee suffered from her abusive relationships in silence. However, her tears were not hidden from God. See her remarkable story.
Illegal aliens inside Mexico, mostly from Guatemala and Honduras, are literally on the run.