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Vietnam vet Allen Clark lost his legs in the war and endured years of psychiatric treatment for anxiety. Now he is working with veteran groups and helping other soldiers recover.
Photographer and veteran storm chaser Jim Reed says he is no adrenaline junkie. He's a man with a mission.
The battle over abortion has been going on for more than 35 years. Now there's a new weapon in the pro-life movement to save the lives of the unborn.
The space shuttle Endeavor is expected to launch Wednesday evening. John Jessup spoke to some astronauts from Endeavor to find out about how space travel has enhanced their faith.
With U.S. forces putting the squeeze on al-Qaeda in Iraq and Afghanistan, the terror group may expand into other regions.
Veteran musician and multiple Grammy winner Ricky Skaggs talks with Scott Ross about his career and his involvement in The Call.
David Sumrell is active in his Greek orthodox church in Norfolk, Virginia. He loves to tell people that God had great plans for him and those great plans involved a miracle.
For more than 60 years, The Guide Dog Foundation has helped people with disabilities, including hundreds of men and women wounded in war. The four-legged friends provide encouragement and independence.
She's a pop sensation in any language. Debbie K visits The 700 Club to sing and share about her international music ministry.
He wrote billboards for God. Now he's taking proven principles for fulfillment and packed them into a pint-size piece of wisdom.
The cause of America's wounded service members has risen to the forefront of debate with Washington Post reports on sub-standard care at Walter Reed hospital.
The producer of Amazing Grace talks with Kristi Watts about the story of William Wilberforce's 25-year battle to end slavery in Britain.
For thousands of years, empires, countries and kings have fought over Jerusalem. Who will finally lay claim to the city?
Oscar-nominated actor Gary Sinise has landed a new role in a real-life drama, supporting the men and women of America's armed forces.
The father of the modern charismatic movement, Harald Bredesen, died on Friday, December 29, 2006. He was 88.
CBN News spent a week with one aviation unit in Afghanistan and found out just how vital these pilots are to our troops.
McLaughlin, who served two tours in Iraq, discusses his life as a military chaplain.
Keni Thomas recounts his war experience, “Black Hawk Down”, and tells how losing his friends on the battlefield changed his life. He now performs for country music audiences and U.S. troops overseas.