This month we will celebrate St. Patrick's Day, but how much do we really know about the story behind this celebration.  CBN Films has produced a full length docudrama entitled "I am Patrick" that tells this God-ordained story on the big screen.  

Today's episode features Jarrod Anderson who wrote, directed and produced the film.  He explains the challenges of filming on location in Ireland, how the hand of God was on the project throughout and the central message he hopes audiences receive.

Just click on the link below for more.  Also, if you're interested in getting a ticket for the special two day showing that starts on St. Patrick's Day, head to www.IAmPatrick.com.




In Ireland 50 years ago everyone went to church. It's just what the Irish did. Today in many towns and cities churches sit vacantly, some wait to be torn down.

However, among the crumbling facades of the old buildings new communities of worship are being born. In fact, the same people the Irish evangelized to decades ago and now returning the favor to the people of The Emerald Isle.

CBN News Senior Correspondent Dale Hurd is just back from Dublin and shares the story today on the CBN News Daily Rundown.

Oh, and speaking of the Irish... CBN has produced a feature-length film called "I Am Patrick" that hits the big screen just in time for Saint Patrick's Day.

This Fathom Event is March 17th and 18th only. Tickets are on sale right now. So, to see one man's journey from slave to saint go to IAmPatrick.com today.


God is moving in one of the most dangerous countries in the world for Christians. Muslims in Iran are becoming followers of Jesus Christ in record numbers. Recently a group of 20 new converts secretly left the country to get baptized. Senior international correspondent George Thomas was there. He's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown. 


Another contentious Democratic debate Tuesday night in Charleston, SC. This time the candidates took aim at the front-runner, socialist Senator Bernie Sanders. The candidates, and many in the party establishment, are hoping they can stop Sanders before he effectively clinches the Democratic nomination. South Carolina voters will have their say in Saturday's primary. Senior Washington correspondent Jennifer Wishon is on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with a debate debrief and a look at what's next. 


Amid new outbreaks of COVID-19 in Iran, Italy and South Korea, the World Health Organization is reiterating that this strain of the coronavirus disease is not a pandemic--yet. Meanwhile, US health officials warned Tuesday that the spread of the virus appears inevitable and it's no longer a matter of if that happens in the US, but when. Health correspondent Lorie Johnson has been following the outbreak from the beginning. She's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.


CBN News Director Rob Allman has been in the news business for more than three decades. After working in a number of medium and large market secular newsrooms, Allman brought his talents to CBN. Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown, he delves into the differences between running a Christian news operation versus a mainstream one.  He also articulates why he considers mainstream news outlets part of his core competition.


Democrats are prepping for the Nevada Caucuses tomorrow, with Bernie Sanders polling as the front-runner. Nevada is a majority-minority state, making it the first real diversity test of the 2020 primary season. After Nevada candidates have a week to campaign for votes before the South Carolina primary. Capitol Hill correspondent Abigail Robertson has been covering the primaries and is preparing to head to South Carolina. She's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown. 


Wednesday night's Democratic debate in Las Vegas turned into more of a brawl. All six candidates took part in the two-hour battle, but newcomer Mike Bloomberg spent the most time on the defensive. CBN News chief political analyst David Brody and national security correspondent Eric Philips are on today's CBN News Daily Rundown with a debate debrief. 


 Today on the CBN News Daily Rundown, as we celebrate Black History Month, 700 Club and Faith Nation News Anchor John Jessup goes deep on his experiences growing up biracial and his take on where the body of Christ is on issues of diversity and racial unity. 

"Today if someone were to ask 'what's the community with which you most strongly identify' before I'd say Korean or Black I'd say, Christian," John tells today's host Eric Philips.

He also talks about the call of believers which crosses all color lines.  "We may not see eye to eye, but can we at least be all facing the same direction, and appreciate what we're looking at?"

Learn more about John's journey and perspective today on the Rundown.


One of the world's oldest and most destructive insects is wreaking havoc in Africa. Hundreds of millions of locusts are eating their way through the continent, putting crops, food security and millions of lives at risk. But where did these swarms of locusts come from and is there a way to get rid of them?CBN News international correspondent George Thomas just returned from the area and he's on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.