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700 Club Interactive - July 10, 2020

A Key West getaway became a living nightmare after Casey suffered a subarachnoid hemorrhage. His wife prayed for a miracle.

700 Club Interactive - July 9, 2020

After over 25 years of pain following a car accident, a woman becomes pain free through prayer.

700 Club Interactive - July 8, 2020

Dewayne Brown was a thief, convict, crack addict and eventually homeless. There was nothing that could numb his need for acceptance and love until he surrendered his life to Jesus.

700 Club Interactive - July 7, 2020

During a car accident, a boy suffers a traumatic brain injury. His parents prayed for a ‘better than before’ recovery and God answered their prayers.

700 Club Interactive - July 6, 2020

Arynn Andrews struggled with depression and attempted suicide at age 19. Hear what life- changing advice she was given while she was institutionalized.

700 Club Interactive - July 2, 2020

Raised in a Reform Jewish family, CBN’s chief political analyst David Brody shares how he became follower of Christ.

700 Club Interactive - July 1, 2020

Author of Your Highest Calling Bill Hamon will discuss the secret ways to fulfill your destiny, to become like Jesus, and co-labor with Him forever.

700 Club Interactive - June 30, 2020

Abandoned by his father, a man’s quest for affirmation leads him down a destructive path of drug addiction; until he finds acceptance from his heavenly father.

700 Club Interactive - June 29, 2020

In the wake of the George Floyd unrest, CBN Police Chief Chris Mitchell shares his perspective as both a police officer and black man.

700 Club Interactive - June 25, 2020

Inside the Botham Jean story can what it can teach us about racial reconciliation and forgiveness.

700 Club Interactive - June 24, 2020

CBN News interviews athletes involved in a Connecticut lawsuit filed to prevent biological males from participating in girls high school sports.

700 Club Interactive - June 23, 2020

Kim Campbell, the wife of Glen Campbell will discuss her faith, their life together in health & sickness, his addiction and battle with Alzheimer's.

700 Club Interactive - June 22, 2020

"Written in Stone" Jesus of Nazareth: Gordon Robertson’s purpose for creating this series was to use archaeology to prove that we can trust the bible as an accurate historical source. The Written in Stone series will take viewers from king David in 1000 BC to the fall of Jerusalem in AD 70.

700 Club Interactive - June 19, 2020

A daughter of Ecuadorian immigrants performs at the highest standards to please her parents, but disappoints after years of drug addiction.

700 Club Interactive - June 18, 2020

Efrem Graham shares how Hollywood is coping with the pandemic and racial injustice.

700 Club Interactive - June 17, 2020

CBN News examines how the crises gripping our country points to the overcriminalization in America.

Show Clips

Three-Miles to Holiness, Courage & Faith

From his latest book, The Three-Mile Walk , author Banning Liebscher shares tips on thriving while pursuing holiness, courage, and faith.

African American Police Chief Discusses Law and Racism

CBN Police Chief Chris Mitchell shares his perspective on the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement as both a police officer and black man.

Kim Campbell’s Reflections on Faith and Loving an Entertainment Legend

Glen Campbell’s widow Kim shares about the ups and downs of life with Glen and how faith was the glue that held it all together.

Christians and Social Justice

700 Club Interactive’s Roberto Torres and Gordon Robertson tackle more questions about race relations in the United States and how Christians should approach the topic of social justice in our culture.

Filmmaker Hopes to Bring Racial Reconciliation with Latest Project

Documentary filmmaker Andrew Chalmers shares about his new film, “We Hear You,” and the impact he’s hoping to have in our current racially charged culture.

Comedian Michael Jr. Explores the Role of “Selfie Dad”

Michael Jr. is a dad shaking off a mid-life crisis and trying to reconnect with his family in the new movie “Selfie Dad” arriving just in time for Father’s Day.

Coming Out, Coming to Faith and What Comes Next

Author and speaker Rachel Gilson discusses same-sex attraction and her inspiring faith journey.

Confronting Complicated Race Relation Questions

700 Club Interactive’s Roberto Torres and Gordon Robertson tackle tough questions about race relations in the United States in the wake of the George Floyd murder in Minneapolis.

Sharpening Your Vision to Make a Difference in the World

Captain Harold Earls and his wife Rachel share their story of how an expedition to climb Mount Everest deepened their faith, strengthened their love, and intensified their focus to make a difference in the world.

Documentary Captures Unprecedented Move of Christ

In the new documentary 50 Hours, filmmaker Randall Martinez and his team witness Muslims in multiple Middle East nations experience Jesus Christ for the first time.

The Power of Worshipping God During a Crisis

Worship leaders Kari Jobe and Cody Carnes join the fight against loneliness, depression and fear plaguing those confined to home with online worship events.

Hope in the Waiting

Gordon Robertson and Roberto Torres discuss how to not lose hope when our prayers are not being answered.

Emmy Award-Winning Fox Sports Broadcaster Paul Byrd Discusses Baseball’s Return

As Major League Baseball eyes a comeback, former all-star and current Fox Sports broadcaster Paul Byrd discusses why we love sports and what the games teach us about the gospel.

Is God Hearing My Prayers?

700 Club Interactive’s Ashley Key joins Gordon Robertson to discuss how to overcome negative thinking and not lose hope while waiting on answers to prayer.

The Practical Path To Changing the World

Matthew Barnett shares how to change the world by following God's nudges & acts of compassion one at a time.

Celebrating a Mother’s Legacy

Trudy Cathy White’s father founded Chick-fil-a, but she says it’s her mother that was the heart and soul of the Cathy family.

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