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Remembering Harald Bredesen

The father of the modern charismatic movement, Harald Bredesen, died on Friday, December 29, 2006. He was 88.

God Visits the Drunk Driver

Alcohol was the tool Steve used to bury his feelings of anger about his childhood and the tool that...

Josh Lopez: Free to Live

Could Josh forgive his drug-addicted father? Not until he realized that his own hatred was hurting him worse than...

Rick Tyler on the Capitol Visitor Center Controversy

CBN News interviews Rick Tyler, of Renewing American Leadership, concerning America's faith heritage and the new Capitol Visitor Center...

'God' Hard to Find in New Capitol Center

The new $621 million Capitol Visitor Center just opened for them Tuesday. But it came with some controversy.

Domestic Abuse in the Church

Tony and Tamara Mercedes were surprised when domestic discord surfaced in their marriage. They will discuss domestic violence in...

Germs Are Stronger Than We Thought

Not that you needed any reminding, but cold and flu season is here! That's bad enough. But it gets worse.

Strength On and Off the Tennis Court

Betsy Nagelsen McCormack discusses her tennis career, salvation testimony, and how she's coping with the death of her husband...

Election '08: The View from China

The American election has also proven quite fascinating for one group of visiting international journalists: students from China.

Phil Lembert: Wise Grocery Shopping

Phil Lempert, the Supermarket Guru, discusses how to eat healthily and save money.

Dissecting Iran: What the People Want

CBN News recently visited Iran and found the people friendly, but concerned about their future.

After Big Rally, McCain Ready to Rumble

With just three weeks to go, John McCain is portraying himself as a fighter, ready to lead the country...

Texas Wind Could Blow Energy Crisis Away

The plains of Texas now have gigantic visitors -- wind turbines. And they are providing energy for thousands.

Christians Call for Peace, Prayer in Bolivia

This week, Christians cried out for peace in Bolivia, as the country came to the brink of civil war.

Kellie Tew: Too Much Trouble

Kellie Tew and her husband, J.D., enjoy life now as Christian bikers. But back as a young girl who...

Gaza's Unseen Highway to Terror

Things may appear quiet in the Gaza Strip these days, but there's a lot of activity going on that...

Timothy Kay: Young Filmmaker Wins Full Scholarship

Teenager Tim Kay invested all his savings into his five-minute cinema production, which he entered in competition for a...

China's Churches Facing Leader Shortages

In China the church is growing so fast there's a shortage of pastors. And finding new ones isn't easy.