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As gas prices rose in 2005, The River Worship Centre in Missouri saw a growing need in their community. To meet those needs they literally stepped up to the plate.
Each year in sub Saharan Africa 2 million people die of AIDS-related diseases. In Zambia, one of the continent's poorest nations, one million people of the 10 million population - or one in 10 - are living with HIV.
In the Philippines, more than 220,000 children live on the streets of its major cities.
This election season is not just playing out on the campaign trail. It's playing out right on your home computer.
After his football career failed, Jeff Hall developed a new game plan for success.
It wasn't until former boxer Maurice Watkins stopped fighting God that he won the battle over his drug addiction.
She lost 130 pounds and now shares what she learned to help others keep the extra weight off for good.
Brandi had bronchopneumonia. Her parents ran out of money trying to find the right medicine. Operation Blessing stepped in and provided the remedy that saved her life.
Gordon Robertson interviews Franklin Graham about his upcoming festival in Virginia and what organizers are doing to prepare.
Four hundred years ago much of the world viewed America as a mission field, never dreaming it would one day become a nation that would send thousands of missionaries around the world.
God calls His people to feed the hungry in body and spirit. Riverside Tabernacle in Flint, Michigan, is doing just that. In the process, they’re making a big mark on one of the poorest communities in the United States.
The church is being honored for their outstanding ministry through drama and music, which produces an Easter drama each year.
This is the inspiring story of two North Korean defectors who left their loved ones behind in the search for freedom and a better life.
Thousands of suicide bombers in Gaza and the West Bank attack Israelis and a growing number of women.
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.
As he hid in the Turkish hills, Mike Couillard wrote, “My darling wife Mary, how I grieve at leaving you behind. I hate to come to that conclusion, but after eight days…”
Abba's House in Hixson, Tenn., began their Celebrate Freedom ministry for substance abuse. God grew the program into a broader ministry.
Monday, Dec. 1, is World Aids Day, a time to raise awareness about a disease on the rise around the world.