10 CBN News Stories You Watched the Most in 2014
Here are the top 10 stories you watched this year:
1. Divine Sign for Israel? Hagee Explains Blood Moons
These days Israel is in the crosshairs like never before. Pastor John Hagee warns something big is about to happen involving the Jewish state -- and the signs are in the sky.
2. Before Being Killed, the Children Told ISIS: 'No, We Love Yeshua.'
Islamic terrorists in Iraq killed children and buried people alive as they made a blitz across Iraq this past summer. Christians, like Canon Andrew White, were in the eye of the storm. He painted a very emotional picture of what his flock experienced.
4. Expert Warns of America's Coming 'Arab Winter'
Islam expert and author Robert Spencer explains how the radical Islamic groups that caused the "Arab Spring" in the Middle East are at work in America right now.
5. Capturing America's Heart: A Third Awakening?
Some say America is in such a moral tailspin that without a Third Great Awakening, we could be lost. This summer, a two-week celebration called Celebrate America took place in the nation's capital designed to bring hope back to our country.
6. Medication Madness: The Dark Side of Anti-Depressants
Anti-depressants are some of the most widely prescribed drugs in America, but is taking them worth the risky side effects?
7. 'Brave German Woman' Rebukes Islam's Lie
Islam continues to grow in power and influence across Europe. But in Germany one Christian woman has decided to stand up and declare Christ alone as Lord over her country. Find out more why she rebuked Islam here.
8. Dr. Myles Munroe, Wife Killed in Plane Crash
Internationally known author, bible teacher, and leadership mentor Dr. Myles Munroe and his wife, Ruth, were killed along with seven other passengers Sunday in a plane crash in Grand Bahama. Watch more videos with Dr. Munroe on CBN here.
10. The Paleo Cure? Lose Weight and Feel Great
Many who follow an anti-inflammatory diet lose weight and experience great health they never thought possible. Find out how to overcome health issues with simple changes.