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Katherine felt the pain of the 2007 housing market crash first hand. When her income was cut in half, it was credit cards that kept food on the table. Then she made a tough decision that brought her back on top. Learn what it was.
Raised on his mother Paula Deen's exquisite foods, Bobby Deen shares his healthy take on Southern cuisine.
Dean Braxton was having a routine kidney stone procedure. Colton Burpo was having an emergency appendectomy. Both died on their respective operating tables and experienced the afterlife. Hear their stories on today's 700 Club.
Hear Jeffery Thompson's account of the afterlife after he died on the operating table during a routine surgery. Plus, find out what happened to make Paige Torgersen turn her sad and desperate life into one of joy and purpose.
Gordon Robertson takes a look at an Operation Blessing micro-enterprise project in Honduras that helps one family keep food on the table.
Chris Price had always provided for his wife and children by working full-time as an auto mechanic, but when Chris’ hours were cut, the family had difficulty putting food on the table. Find out how you are helping this young family.
Israel on Iran: Military Option 'Remains on the Table'
Web Extra: How to decorate your Christmas table from the dollar store.
John Besh will discuss the richness of Louisiana cuisine and the values of home cooking for the holidays as he cooks slow roasted pork shoulder and sloppy Joe sliders with Gordon Robertson.
Mia Evans-Saracual talks with the author and designer on how to prepare your home and dinner table for holiday guests.
He won against an Iron Chef on Throwdown with Bobby Flay. Now he's teaching families how to come together at the dinner table.
Gordon and Terry make roasted chicken, mousse and other tasty dishes that will gather your family around the dinner table.
Thanks to you, Operation Blessing is putting food on the table for thousands of families in need.
A few months before his election, Jimmy Carter shared a picnic table with Pat Robertson at his Plains, Georgia, home to offer his vision for a better America.
He was an addict, and selling the drugs led him and his new wife to a life on the run.
The government reports 49 million Americans are struggling to put food on the table. But thousands of faith-based organizations are fighting back.
He calls himself the Pastor of Pool, and Steve Lillis is taking the Gospel to the billiard hall.
Panmunjom is a concrete slab that literally divides North and South Korea.