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Veteran All-Star pitcher sits down with CBN Sports to share about the faith that has sustained him during his baseball journey. Plus, Freddie Vest was a calf-roping rodeo entertainer, but an awkward fall from his horse left him fighting to stay ...
Veteran All-Star pitcher sits down with CBN Sports to share about the faith that has sustained him during his baseball journey.
Green Church: Making Creation Care a Holy Cause
For some, caring for the planet conjures up left-wing "tree-huggers." But one Idaho church asks -- how can you be pro-life and not be pro-creation?
With her rare disease, Nancy’s chances for survival were not good, but that didn’t stop her from praying for a miracle.
This Christmas many have been chipping in to bring a little joy to America's armed forces serving overseas.
Glenn Carlson was an extreme sports enthusiast whose obsession with adrenaline became an addiction. That drive almost consumed him before a neighbor challenged him to read the book of John three times.
Patti survived a horrific car accident. The Lord woke her from a six-week coma and healed her from permanent brain damage.
Rush of Fools is not just a one-hit wonder band. Their first album flew off the shelves. Now, the band is selling out venues on a nationwide tour. But, they say worship will always remain the focus.
Holly Clegg has easy recipes to help your loved one eat well through chemotherapy.
CBN News speaks with retired Lieutenant General Josiah Bunting on the miseducation of today's college students.
Regent University leaders have launched a new effort to research everything from disabilities to cloning and stem cells.
While the number of drivers in Beijing continues to gain steam, the city’s traffic has slowed to a halt.
After all the setbacks, are things finally starting to turn the corner in Iraq?
Howard J. Eisenson, MD and Martin Binks, Ph.D. discuss their "Duke Diet" program for successful long-lasting weight loss.
It has been two years since three subways and a double-decker bus were bombed by terrorists in London. But for sisters Emily and Katie Benton, the details remain as clear as the day it happened.
God calls His people to feed the hungry in body and spirit. Riverside Tabernacle in Flint, Michigan, is doing just that. In the process, they’re making a big mark on one of the poorest communities in the United States.
The surging waters have left most Jakartans bewildered and unprepared as torrential rains bombarded the whole of Jakarta, the worst flooding since 2002.