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Government Program to Monitor Emails, Web Surfing
Minster, counselor and author of Surfing for God Michael John Cusick takes on the topic of “the demise of guys,” discussing just how men are struggling these days.
Likely GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney recently hung up his dress shirts and ties for a wet suit and surfing gear.
Soul Surfer Spot
More Drivers Texting Behind Wheel, Despite Laws
Pew Study: Many Go Online for No Good Reason
As seen on The 700 Club for Wednesday, Mar. 24, the top stories from CBN News include -- Smoothing U.S. - Israeli Relations: A Thorny Waltz, Inspirational 'Soul Surfer' Story Hits Big Screen, and more.
One Cubed - My World - Rory
This is Jessie Hines. He’s a professional surfer and model. Here is the story about a very special day in his life – the day Jessie almost died.
Giovanni Greco is a famous surfer now but when he started out, he was easily pulled under by the party lifestyle. When the waves came crashing down on his life, a friend helped him to salvation’s shore.
A new wave of missionaries are taking the Gospel to the world. The young guys and girls spend their days at the beach. But they're not just soaking up sun. They've taken their love for riding the waves and combined it with love for the lost.
Gossip. Dirt. Sleaze. Marlise Kast sold her soul in the cutthroat world of Hollywood celebrity reporting. Her biggest story is one she's never told, until now.
Missionary Art Sanborn was paralyzed after a surfing accident broke his neck. He was told he would live the remainder of his days in a wheelchair. But Art had faith to believe he would walk again.
This young, professional surfer talks about how he got into surfing and about how God got a hold of him.
When Jesus commanded, 'Go ye into all the world and preach the Gospel,' there was no Internet. Internet evangelism has no borders.
Do you know what your kids are looking at on the Internet? If you're not careful, they can be swept away in a flood of online pornography.
Vu Tran was raised to worship his ancestors and succeed in life with smooth alibis to cover his crimes. He fooled the police, but not himself. His eventual surrender to Christ turned his shame into hope.
A young surfer questions his purpose in life. Also, Gordon and Terry pray for a woman with intestinal issues.