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The CBN staff gathers to celebrate the beginning of the Jewish New Year. Plus, Gordon explains the symbolism behind the blowing of the shofar.
Rosh Hashanah is the beginning of the Jewish new year. In Israel, it's a national celebration but with deep biblical roots.
He calls himself the Pastor of Pool, and Steve Lillis is taking the Gospel to the billiard hall.
The traditional Cape Henry story with the addition of the monument at Jamestown that says a nation that doesn’t follow Christian principles will fall.
Dale Glasgow is an artist. He has done a series of paintings for the Jamestown celebration, showing the hand of God at work in the discovery and settlement of this country.
Author and screenwriter William Borchert tells the story of Lois Wilson, the woman behind Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon.
George Thomas has the story of one small farming village east of Beijing that's witnessing a powerful move of God.
What does it mean when he gives you yellow tulips? Is a white rose romantic or deadly? David Kithcart investigates flowers and their hidden meanings.
This year marks the 400th anniversary of an event that is central to CBN's ministry today. In 1607, a nation was born when travel-weary Englishmen landed at Cape Henry on the shores of Virginia.
More than five years after September 11, the headlines now are about a bloody war in Iraq. But John Negroponte, the country's top intelligence chief, has warned that bin Laden's network is alive and active all around the globe.
Some now call London the "Muslim capital of Europe." And now London could be home to the largest Mosque outside of the Middle East.
Some Bethlehem Christians are spending Christmas in America -- and they've brought along a Holy Land tradition.
Ohio State Head Coach Jim Tressel has led the Buckeyes to nine NCAA Championships, but it's his approach to teaching the game of football that makes him a winner.
Monday evening marks the beginning of Rosh Hashanah. In Israel, it's a national celebration but with deep biblical roots.
Riding bikes for fun is an idea that has gained traction in China.
The author discusses his new book, Fearless, and why Jesus calls us to be courageous.
During Victorian times, men and women used flowers to express emotions and thoughts they dared not speak. Every corsage, bouquet, and garland represented a carefully chosen sentiment.
Gordon interviews the chairman on the Cry Out, America event on September 11th.