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He lost his job and his love due to his legalistic view of God. But in the pit, Randy found intimacy with God. Now he is a successful and happily married man.
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Fire up your oven! Gordon Robertson recently demonstrated how to prepare a barbecue feast with smoky flavors -- all indoors.
He’s a state champion wrestler and a mean cook. However, in the blink of an eye, Scott Cust could have lost it all.
The national anthem is a stirring song that can move even the most apathetic American. The author of the anthem was a devout Christian.
George Thomas has the story of one small farming village east of Beijing that's witnessing a powerful move of God.
CBN News reporter, David Brody, talks to Presidential candidate Mitt Romney in this one on one interview.
From Asian street gangs to trading sex for drugs, it’s a miracle that Laurie Ishii is still alive. But she is and ministering the Gospel to God’s lost children on the streets.
The old-fashioned romance associated with Valentine's Day is no longer a reality for many young people.
As he hid in the Turkish hills, Mike Couillard wrote, “My darling wife Mary, how I grieve at leaving you behind. I hate to come to that conclusion, but after eight days…”
Insomnia comes in two forms: either folks can't fall asleep, or they can't stay asleep.
Today is the 'Great American Smokeout' when smokers are urged to lay down their cigarettes for 24 hours, or better yet, for good.
James wondered if he'd die or spend the rest of his life in prison. He got down on his knees in jail, beside his bed, and cried out to God for a lasting change.
Since John Wimber’s death 11 years ago, Christy and Sean Wimber have assembled his papers and teaching material written over his 30-years in the ministry.
Tony Arunta robbed for drugs in Rome, Italy. He was delivered from drugs after his sister and her husband had him talk to a pastor and he gave his life to Christ.
Mondrea Jacobs started using drugs in junior high school and thought she'd never stop. Her wake-up call came from a bullet that whizzed by her face. Then she sought God with all her heart.
Jeremy Benson grew up knowing hard times and hopelessness. By the time he was 16, he was playing a dangerous game with his life.
Kellie Tew and her husband, J.D., enjoy life now as Christian bikers. But back as a young girl who was molested, life was anything but carefree for Kellie.