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On this week’s Christian World News: A former Muslim tortured in the Middle East, the underground Budapest church that blossomed to 50,000 members, former drug addicts in Vietnam finding Christ, and more.
Young Nhan came to a CBN-supported home in Vietnam after her father died, and she received healing after the staff prayed for her.
On this week's WorldWatch report - Luis Palau in Vietnam, Billy Graham's My Hope Campaign in Dominican Republic and Sign-Language Bible.
On this week's WorldWatch report - U.K. Foster Care, Palau in Vietnam, and Cambodia survivors.
Christians in Vietnam are reaching out to those lost in a world of drugs and despair. CBN Asia reporter Lucille Talusan brings us the story of their long road from bondage to redemption.
The man behind Campus Church Networks once ran the streets of San Jose with Vietnamese gangs. What finally made Jaeson Ma turn himself in?
A tortuous tour in Vietnam left Randy Webb paranoid and addicted to the rush of shooting up with drugs. As his sanity slowly slipped away, so did his family. Suicide suddenly seemed to be his only solution.
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.
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.
Bill Yeros was a Vietnam vet and a police officer who was burned out on all of life’s fleeting pleasures. If only he could find something or Someone who could give him lasting joy…
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 last few days have really been about ordinary Americans who came to remember one who healed nation in crisis.
The nation lowers its flags to half mast as millions pay their respect to President Gerald Ford.
Al Aceves started a rough bikers club soon after returning from the Vietnam War. This big, rugged, hard core thug has undergone an extreme makeover by the Holy Spirit.
Voters in North Carolina were across the board when it came to reasons why they plan to vote for a presidential candidate.
As seen on Tuesday's "The 700 Club," the top stories from CBN News include -- Vietnam Allows Large Public Worship Service, Experts: U.S. Gov't Must Craft Plan to Control Debt, and more.
Watch Christian World News for coverage of changes in Vietnam benefiting the church, trial for the man accused of attacks on Messianic Jews, a Christian couple's victory over hate crimes charges, and more.
The Communist nation of Vietnam has given permission for an open worship service in what some believe is a sign that the nation is beginning to open up to religious freedom.