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'Reading His Word Gives Peace:' Bible Sales Surge as Many Turn to Good Book During Covid Turmoil

Bible sales and Bible reading have surged since April of 2020. That was a time when much of the world began to experience shutdowns due to COVID-19.

Emotional and Mental Health: How One Church Made It an 'Everyday Conversation'

One church is helping its members overcome the stigma associated with mental health issues and encouraging those who are depressed or anxious to seek treatment or counseling.

Darryl Strawberry: Turn Your Season Around

In his book, “Turn Your Season Around,” former Major League Baseball player Darryl Strawberry reveals how he left addiction in the dust and entered his best season.

Marjorie Dannenfelser: Life is Winning

In her book, "Life is Winning," Marjorie Dannenfelser reveals her journey from pro-choice ideology to a purpose within the pro-life movement. As founder the Susan B. Anthony List and National Chairman of President Trump's Pro-Life Coalition, she continues the fight for life.

Talasi Guerra's Joy Like a Mountain

In her book, "Joy Like a Mountain," Talasi Guerra shares the key ingredients to experiencing joy in the journey of life.

Who's in Charge of a World That's Suffering? Billy Graham's Reprinted Book Reminds Readers God's Still in Control

The year 2020 certainly brought the world a load of suffering, pain, and anguish. Billy Graham examined the issue of suffering in his 1981 book, Till Armageddon.  The late evangelist's publishers thought this would be an especially appropriate time to reprint it, but with a new title, Who’s in Charge of a World That Suffers? 

'An All-Consuming Grief': After Her Own Miscarriage, Christian Author Charts Her Mission to Provide Hope, Comfort for Others

According to national estimates, roughly 15 to 20 percent of all pregnancies in the US end in miscarriage. Women who suffer the loss of a baby struggle with grief in silence. But one mom is on a mission to change that narrative.

'It's Never Too Late': At 67, Kathie Lee Shares Thoughts on Living a Life that Matters

Entertainer Kathie Lee Gifford talks with CBN's Efrem Graham about her new memoir, It's Never Too Late: Make Your Next Act of Life, Your Best Act of Life.

Activists Call for Book Ban as Politically Incorrect Look at Transgender Teens Shakes Up Marketplace

Despite calls from LGBTQ activists to stop sales of Irreversible Damage, Regnery Publishing is moving towards a third printing of the book. 

Distrust the Media? Veteran Journalist Sharyl Attkisson Reveals How We're Being Taught to Love Censorship and Hate Journalism

Media bias is nothing new to America. It's been going on for a long time. But today, whether it's news about Covid-19 or Donald Trump –  a new breed of journalists are advancing political narratives. They're slanting opinions – and even the outcome of our elections.

Studio 5: Soul Holiday - December 9, 2020

The cast and creators of Soul take us inside the Disney Pixar film. Recording artist Ronnie Wilson sings us into the holiday spirit. Kathie Lee Gifford shares her new book. And we preview the new film The Last Champion.

Healthy Living - December 8, 2020

Josh Axe discusses new book, "Essential Fasting"

Movies

'It's Never Too Late': At 67, Kathie Lee Shares Thoughts on Living a Life that Matters

Entertainer Kathie Lee Gifford talks with CBN's Efrem Graham about her new memoir, It's Never Too Late: Make Your Next Act of Life, Your Best Act of Life.

Prayer Link - December 22, 2020

Studio 5’s Efrem Graham talks new holiday movies and music.

Prayer Link - December 15, 2020

Studio 5’s Efrem Graham talks new holiday movies and music.

The Global Lane - EP423 - December 10, 2020

Biden & Israel--back to Obama era chill? Unconstitutional election actions. Texas takes case to SCOTUS; New Covid lockdown for California. Restrictions for thee, but not for me? Hallmark Christmas movie ending for Illinois boy Santa made cry.

TPi - Pursue Your Dreams

Sope Aluko shares her journey to becoming an actress and landing a dream role in the mega-hit movie Black Panther.

Movie Star Bails on Anti-Trafficking Charity Over False 'Anti-Gay' Claims

Hollywood star Melissa McCarthy gave into her critics late last week, pulling her support from Exodus Cry, a faith-based nonprofit organization dedicated to fighting human trafficking and sexual exploitation.

CBN NewsWatch PM: October 21, 2020

A look at the growing health and financial concerns of Americans with COVID19 as Congress and The White House battle over another stimulus package. Both parties hit the campaign trail two weeks out from the presidential election. The FBI takes possession of Hunter Biden’s laptop with potential controversial information. Amy Coney Barrett is set to be confirmed next week. The Pope calls for civil unions for gay couples. The lockdown in Israel eases. Violence in Nigeria and what’s behind it and wh

Fan Appreciation Day - The Superbook Show

Josh and Miriam share emails and videos from our fans all around the world.

The 700 Club - September 10, 2020

Movie star Kevin Sorbo shares about his new movie, “Miracle in East Texas,” and the surprise he has in store for moviegoers. Plus, a shocking rescue unfolds when an EMT responding to a car crash identifies the victim as his own cousin.

CBN NewsWatch AM: August 17, 2020

Violence and rioting over the weekend in several cities across the nation. How are mayors handling the unrest? Good news in regard to fighting COVID19 when it comes to immunity for those with mild cases. A huge victory for Grace Community Church in its religious freedoms and right to gather. The DNC kicks of its first of a kind virtual convention. What Paypal is doing to accommodate faith. The battle over making Washington, D.C. the 51st state in the nation. How one ministry is helping the peop

Commemorating Courage in the Face of Danger

As we celebrate the 75th anniversary of the end of WWII, movie producer Jon Erwin shares the story of his late grandfather, Red Erwin, and what he did to be awarded the Medal of Honor.

CBN NewsWatch PM: August 10, 2020

Concerns about COVID worry parents and students as “back-to-school” season is underway. The politics behind treating the virus with hydroxychloroquine. The latest research on Churches and dealing with the pandemic. From riots to revival in Portland, Oregon. What Tyler Perry thinks about defunding police departments. Franklin Graham issues a call to prayer for America. The latest from the Middle East on Lebanon and how the nation there is collapsing. The story behind Amazon Prime pulling a ProLif

700 Club Interactive - July 27, 2020

Natasha Bure, daughter of Candace Cameron Bure, will discuss her faith and new movie Home Sweet Home.

Natasha Bure Carries on The Family Business

Natasha Bure, daughter of Candace Cameron Bure, will discuss her faith and new movie Home Sweet Home.

The 700 Club - July 24, 2020

Singer, actress, and daughter of TV’s Candace Cameron Bure, Natasha Bure takes us insider her new movie, “Home Sweet Home.” Plus, witness the journey of an anorexic alcoholic who decides to, “stop the madness.”

Music

TPi - A Father’s Love

A couple believes against all odds to have a child.

TPi - A Perfect Fit

A husband and wife struggle to repair their marriage after a secret affair is revealed.

Studio 5: Come Alive

Pastor Matthew Stevenson takes us inside the inaugural project for All Nations Music, Come Alive. Tom Hanks shares the story behind his latest film News of the World. And we meet the man behind the Disney film Safety, Ray McElrathbey.

TPi - Pure and Simple

Pastor, Author, and TV Host Stephanie Ike shares the importance of living a life of purity.

The Promise of a Child Music Video - The Superbook Show

Malachi introduces a music video talking about the promise of a savior fulfilled in the birth of Jesus.

TPi - Enough Is Enough

TPi takes a closer look at the social justice movement in Nigeria.

TPi - Walking Down Memory Lane with Muyiwa

Muyiwa shares his favorite stories and moments while hosting TPi.

Studio 5: Catching Kel - December 23, 2020

Kel Mitchell puts on his pastor’s hat, and he has new and delicious series on M TV. Bethel Music’s Paul and Hannah McClure drop new Christmas music. And Disney delivers two new holiday films in Soul and Godmothered.

CBN NewsWatch AM: December 23, 2020

President Trump wants congress to redo its COVID Relief Bill, Washington is bracing for major changes at the White House, Israelis are heading to a national election, the Museum of the Bible is celebrating Christmas differently this year, the Israel museum revealed the existence of a rare token, Bethel music songwriters have a new Christmas album.

TPi - Merry Christmas

The TPi team celebrates the Christmas Season.

Studio 5: Country Christmas - December 16, 2020

The stars of The Farmer & The Belle, Jenn Gotzon and Jim Chandler, take us inside their film. Recording artist Titus Jackson brings joy to the world in a performance with singer Demitra Nikki. And Jordan Feliz debuts new music.

Prayer Link - December 22, 2020

Studio 5’s Efrem Graham talks new holiday movies and music.

Prayer Link - December 15, 2020

Studio 5’s Efrem Graham talks new holiday movies and music.

TPi - Walking Down Memory Lane with Senior Producer Erica Linney

Senior Producer, Erica Linney, reflects on her favorite TPi stories and memories.

TPi - Walking Down Memory Lane with Producer Simisola Okai

Producer Simisola Okai shares her favorite TPi stories and memories.

Sports

'The End of Girls' and Women's Sports as We Know Them': Biden Signs Divisive Exec. Order Pushing Trans Agenda

In the first few hours following his inauguration on Wednesday, President Joe Biden kept several campaign promises by signing 15 executive orders and two agency actions. It was the most executive orders ever signed by a president on his first day in office. Even though Biden touted unity in his inaugural address, he signed his name to an order recognized by some conservatives as mandating the highly divisive transgender agenda at the expense of freedom and even women's rights.  

CBN NewsWatch AM: January 8, 2021

Demands for the President to resign have mounted, Israel is working to stop the spread of the Coronavirus, The COVID pandemic has upended the lives of millions of millennials, The sports world is reacting to the events at the US Capitol on Wednesday, A skating rink owner in Poland says he's found a way to open.

The 700 Club - October 19, 2020

Author Robert Morgan reveals the side of American history that’s not being taught in schools. Plus, CBN Sports visits football’s hallowed ground where players become legends. Go behind the scenes with Pro Football Hall of Fame President, David Baker.

Fan Appreciation Day - The Superbook Show

Josh and Miriam share emails and videos from our fans all around the world.

Idaho Judge Blocks Transgender Law Barring Biological Males from Competing in Women's Sports

A federal judge on Monday temporarily blocked an Idaho law that prohibits transgender athletes from participating in women's sports. 

A Pandemic of Depression: CDC Reveals Huge Numbers of Young People Consider Suicide Due to COVID

The COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting changes to American life, including business and school closures, canceling entertainment and sports venues, as well as lockdowns, are taking a toll on the mental health of young people.

ACLU Sues State of Idaho Over Battle Banning Transgender Student Athletes

In the world of college and high school sports, there's a battle brewing over whether boys and men who identify as female can compete against biological females.

 

The 700 Club - July 21, 2020

NFL Hall of Famer Aeneas Williams shares sports analogies and scriptural truth to unite communities in love. Plus, he was sentenced to life in prison at age 28 for a non-violent, low level crime. Hear from a victim of the federal “Three Strikes law.”

CBN NewsWatch AM: July 17, 2020

Russian hackers are believed to be trying to steal information on a COVID-19 vaccine from the U.S. U.K. and Canada. Cases aren’t just rising in the U.S. – there’s also concern of the growing number of reported cases in Israel and the threat of another shutdown in the country. A major Twitter breach stirs concern over safety of tweets and if they are really from who they say they are from. An Arizona Professor is sued for teaching Islam isn’t a peaceful religion… many churches across America are

CBN NewsWatch AM: July 10, 2020

: Protests in America expand to show a growing anti-semitism. Breaking down two U.S. Supreme Court rulings related to President Trump and his tax records. Investigating the source of COVID19 in China moving from animals to humans, Liberty University struggles with racial tension among students and leaders. Christians in the small European nation of Montenegro fight for their religious freedom and heritage. CBN Sports Director Shawn Brown talks about the largest NFL contract in history for Patric

Fellowship of Christian Athletes Reaching Out to Players, Coaches as COVID-19 May Interfere with Fall Sports

Athletes are facing lots of challenges right now due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) is reaching out to students and coaches around the world who face a host of uncertainties about their sports in the next year.

Dan Britton, the FCA's chief field officer, appeared on the Wednesday afternoon edition of CBN's Newswatch to discuss how the FCA is reaching players and coaches and how they get them to talk about their identity in Jesus Christ. 

Newswatch is seen weekdays on the CBN News Channel. 

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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.

'Wrestling with Angels': True Story of All-American Wrestler's Near-Death Experience and His Redemption

Just in time for Father's Day, a new book out this week touches on a son's struggle with addiction as a father relives his own past.

Television

The 700 Club - October 1, 2020

Take a journey through broadcast history as CBN marks 59 years on the air. From a small television signal that barely went around the block to one heard around the world. Happy birthday CBN!

Here Are the Tense Takeaways from Trump and Biden's First Presidential Debate

It was one of the most highly anticipated events of the campaign as President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden faced off in their first debate. For more than 90 minutes, Trump and Biden went back and forth on the coronavirus, economy, supreme court, and taxes. 

Veteran Evangelist, TV Producer Gives Teenagers 'A Safe Place Online'

Evangelist Tim Bisagno is the founder of Mission X Television, a television show aimed at reaching people for Christ. According to Bisagno, Mission X has produced and aired more than 200 episodes in the last 25 years.

Last January, he founded A Safe Place Online, a 24/7 live chat and text ministry designed to help hurting young people. 

Spiritual 'Pandemic of Hope' Grips Iran as Thousands Accept Jesus Christ Amidst COVID-19

Iran is facing a wave of internal turmoil and covert attacks that are undermining the radical regime's nefarious plans. Even as the violence escalates, hope is rising among Iranian citizens who are finding salvation in Jesus Christ.

The 2020 Campaign Begins: Trump, Biden Hold Dueling Press Conferences

The race for the White House is heating up as President Trump and his 2020 rival Joe Biden sparred, Tuesday during dueling press conferences.

TPi - It’s Supernatural

Legendary Evangelist and host of “It’s Supernatural” shares his experience with the paranormal.

Seeing Clearly the Goodness of God

Vaida suffered from a puffy, irritated eye until a prayer on television literally changed her outlook.

CBN Global Update: June 8, 2020

SUPERBOOK AIRED ON TELEVISION FOR THE FIRST TIME IN PORTUGAL.

700 Club Interactive - April 21, 2020

After a week of horrible swelling and pain, see how Julia Bratcher’s knee is healed while watching Television.

TPi - Real Talk Kim takes the TPi Stage

Popular Pastor, Author, and Television Personality Pastor Kim, better known as Real Talk Kim, shares how her journey to Christ.

Life-Changers: Journey to India

Gordon Robertson tells Jessica Datsko about his first trip to India. Take a look at how CBN teams share good news on television and through the work of Operation Blessing.

Trump Celebrates Acquittal at White House, Apologizes to His Family for Having to Go Through 'Very Rotten Deal'

President Trump took a victory lap on Thursday, giving his first speech after being acquitted on Wednesday in the Senate. 

Dr. Dobson Asks Why Fox Says 'Yes' to Drag Queens, 'No' to Abortion Survivors in Super Bowl Ads

After Fox Sports declined to air a pro-life advocacy group's television commercial during the Super Bowl this Sunday, Dr. James Dobson, the founder and president of the James Dobson Family Institute, asked the network, "Why are you saying 'yes' to drag queens and 'no' to abortion survivors?"

CBN NewsWatch AM: January 17, 2020

The U.S. Senate readies for President Donald Trump’s Impeachment Trial. President Trump gets praise for his efforts to protect student’s rights to pray. As pressure builds on the Iranian regime, we hear from the Middle East on what the Iranian people want. Also, Mike Ansari with Heart4Iran talks about the growth of the church in Iran. A warning for parents when it comes to streaming services and content from Hollywood targeting their kids. Shawn Brown talks sports and NFL playoffs.

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