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Martha VanCamp

Martha VanCamp was overweight all her life. At age 40, and 250 pounds, she realized something had to change. By eliminating processed foods and starting an exercise regimen, Martha was able to shed 100 pounds. She shares how she did it with CBN News Medical Reporter Lorie Johnson.

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A principal at a high school in Indiana recently attempted to kick a group of pro-life protesters from the sidewalk of his school's campus.  On November 18, 2016, members from "Created Equal," a social action movement that seeks to end abortion, were demonstrating with pro-life signs outside of South Side High School in Fort Wayne. 

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Liberty University is in the headlines once again after President Falwell hires Ian McCaw from Baylor University as the school's new athletic director, despite the allegations against him regarding a sexual abuse scandal among football players at Baylor. 

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John 3:16 may be the best-known verse in the Bible, but it's also the subject of an amazing story told by Heisman Trophy winner and professional athlete Tim Tebow. Tebow shared the story on entertainer Harry Connick, Jr.'s television show, "Harry."
 

Martha VanCamp

Martha VanCamp was overweight all her life. At age 40, and 250 pounds, she realized something had to change. By eliminating processed foods and starting an exercise regimen, Martha was able to shed 100 pounds. She shares how she did it with CBN News Medical Reporter Lorie Johnson.

Donald Stratton, USS Arizona Survivor

Donald Stratton, 94, is one of five survivors of the USS Arizona attack at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. He tells his story in a new memoir, All the Gallant Men, and recounts the events of that fateful day with CBN News contributor Stephanie Riggs in an exclusive interview.

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Two years after ISIS overran Qaraqosh in northern Iraq, the Kurdish military liberated the city. Now the town's Christian residents, who are returning to rebuild their homes and lives, are asking for prayer that their faith remain strong in the face of so much devastation.