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Funny How God Can Change a Marriage

At their wedding, friends bet the marriage wouldn’t last. Rage, abuse, alcohol, and an affair killed their marriage. But...

Surviving a Job Loss

In the blink of an eye, John was out of a job. He and his wife Cathy needed more...

Jane Hamon: How to be a Woman of Influence

Pastor Jane Hamon says that women don't have to embrace feminist ideologies to live up to their fullest potential.

John Tesh: A Celebration of Song and Dance

Musician John Tesh discusses his latest project, a PBS television special that celebrates faith, music, dance, and family.

Presidential Campaigns Court Evangelicals

In this precedent-setting election year it seems the evangelical vote is up for grabs. Amy Sullivan, editor of Time...

Sick of the Dark Side

Tamelyn Carmon got so immersed into the occult that it actually made her physically sick.

Wondrous Yellowstone Park Ready to Blow?

It is actually the world's largest mega-volcano measuring, and it has produced the planet's most monstrous eruptions.

Praying Every Day Takes the Marriage Blues Away

Singer/songwriters Bill Cantos and Mari Falcone talk about how joining the Couples Who Pray initiative has helped rebuild intimacy...

A New Reason to Live

Pam Bolden-Carter tried to kill herself by overdosing when she was 15 and was thinking about suicide again. Then...

Tommy Cash: A Tribute to My Brother

Johnny Cash's brother talks about his faith and growing up with a famous sibling.

God Crafted a Blessing

Vangie owns a successful craft business in the Philippines. When she gave to CBN out of profits from a...

Christina DiMari: Picking Up the Pieces of My Life

Christina suffered from feelings of abandonment from a difficult childhood until she found Jesus Christ and let Him fill...

Gordon Vitus: Back in the Driver's Seat

Gordon Vitus: Back in the Driver's Seat

Remembering the Apostle of India

Pat Robertson remembers his friend D.G.S. Dhinakaran, who died February 20, 2008.

Wintley Phipps: I Have a Dream Too

Baritone and piano player Wintley Phipps talks about the role of music in Black history and sings "Amazing Grace."

Courting the Latino Vote

Clinton and Obama are trying to court an important segment of the population in Texas: Latino voters.

The Next Generation of African Jubilee

The Fisk Jubilee Singers were the first to share Negro spirituals with the world.

John and Carol Arnott: Soaking in the Spirit

Pastors of the Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship discuss their church and the practice of soaking prayer.