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Every time nine-year-old Rudi played soccer, his mother worried. Rudi had a painful umbilical hernia, but his parents knew they could never afford the corrective surgery he needed so badly. Would it just keep getting worse?
Review: Gerard Butler 'Playing for Keeps'
Ready for Some Football, Israeli Style?
Female Kicker Breaks Barriers with God's Playbook
Another Golden Day for Team USA
US Soccer Team Battles Canada for Olympic Gold
The Euro 2012 Soccer Championship will boost tourism in Kiev, Ukraine, and increase human trafficking. See what you're doing to protect orphans.
In his West African village nine-year-old Komlan dreamed of soccer but had never played – he had been born with a paralyzed right leg. Find out what happened when Komlan and his father watched The 700 Club.
Thousands attended outreaches hosted in South Africa airing the World Cup and "The Prize," a film with testimonies from famous Christian soccer players. Hundreds made decisions for Christ.
Watch the Monday, July 12 edition of CBN Newschannel's Midday News with Mark Martin. Top Stories -- Democrats Prepare for Midterm Shakeup, Soccer Coach Helps Haiti's Tent Kids, and more.
Brazil’s soccer players are among the best in the world. But one professional Brazilian player spends his time competing with neighborhood soccer teams in Thailand. His reasons go beyond soccer.
George Thomas is in Johannesburg, South Africa, where Christian ministries are using soccer to share the Gospel.
Watch CBN NewsWatch with Lee Webb and Lorie Johnson. Top Stories: a look at media coverage of the Gulf Coast oil spill, memos written by Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan, soccer fever as the World Cup kicks off in Africa, and more.
A group of young men in South Africa use a special soccer ball to lead others to Christ.
On this week's Christian World News: Christians protested in Afghanistan, Christian ministries await soccer fans flocking to South Africa, a Brazilian city transformed by prayer, and more.
This Week in WorldReach: June 7, 2010
David Darg from Operation Blessing shares how OB is feeding children in a soccer stadium in Haiti's destroyed capital city.
Lima, Peru, is home to eight million people and a third of them live in extreme poverty. But despite its problems, there is reason for hope. Peru is on the brink of a Christian revival.