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An idea to change the world was set in motion 30 years ago this week. Read about the founding of Regent University.
Pastors are calling on the global church to pray for revival in North Korea.
He wrote billboards for God. Now he's taking proven principles for fulfillment and packed them into a pint-size piece of wisdom.
Now that the Oscars are over, celebrity trainer Steve Zim wants to get you in shape like your favorite stars who walk the red carpet.
At the Brazilian pump ethanol is cheaper, burns cleaner, and is the leading reason this country no longer buys any foreign oil.
JennaLee Ryan operates an embryo bank in San Antonio. She says the "Abraham Center of Life" is the first of its kind in the world.
Amniotic fluid stem cells may eventually offer promising treatments without the ethical downside. No embryos are destroyed.
Phil Lempert, the Supermarket Guru, discusses how to eat healthily and save money.
More Americans are relying on the sun to help meet their energy needs.
Dr. Arnon Krongrad, a pioneering urologist, talks to Pat Robertson about preventing prostate cancer in men.
Beijing has made massive strides in cleaning up the city for the Olympics. But China's war with pollution is only just beginning.
China has spent more than $50 million to make the Beijing Olympics the most secure in Olympic history.
Will billions of tons of coal in U.S. mountains be turned into liquid fuel?
Some airports are using new technology to make your flying experience smoother -and even more importantly - safer.
How does Israel, one of the world's smallest countries, produce more startup companies than many of the world's most developed nations?
The Waidoni tribe is using new technology to take the Gospel to other unreached people groups.
With gas prices on the rise, many are getting creative to save gas this summer.
He is known for such worship songs as "Mourning Into Dancing" and "That's Why We Praise Him." His heart's passion is to evangelize the lost and to love God through worship.