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The 700 Club - May 26, 2020

You’ve seen him on TV offering you his “My Pillow,” but before going into the sleep business, finding a peaceful rest was something that eluded Mike Lindell at every turn. Hear his amazing story on today’s 700 Club.

Faith Nation: May 22, 2020

TONIGHT: HOLIDAY OPENING; BEACHES AND BUSINESSES ACROSS THE COUNTRY START TO OPEN THEIR DOORS, AS ALL 50 STATES MOVE TO REOPEN. THE PRESIDENT SAYS AMERICA IS BACK TO BUSINESS FOR GOOD. THIS AS THE C-D-C UPDATES ITS TAKE ON THE SPREAD OF THE CORONAVIRUS. PLUS, NEW GUIDANCE ON ALLOWING CHURCHES TO REOPEN. AND ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY IS CLOSED DURING THE PANDEMIC, BUT THAT HASN'T STOPPED A DECADES LONG MEMORIAL DAY TRADITION… ALL THIS, AND MORE, ON FAITH NATION.

Cash-Rich Abortion Giant Received $80 Million Meant For Small Businesses Hurt by Pandemic

Fox News’ Tucker Carlson is reporting 80 million dollars from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) has gone to 37 Planned Parenthood affiliates.

Lawmakers, Small Businesses Question Whether Lockdown Aid Money Is Making It to Those in Need

What's happening to all that aid money that's supposed to help small businesses survive the pandemic lockdowns? That's just one of several tough questions the nation's top two financial officers faced Tuesday on Capitol Hill.

CBN NewsWatch AM: May 20, 2020

On Newswatch AM May 20th: Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin offer different ideas on re-opening the economy to the Senate; CBN News Medical Reporter Lorie Johnson answers key questions: will there be a second Covid-19 wave this fall? Can you be re-infected with the virus after recovering from it? And how important are face masks to cutting down the transmission of the virus?; federal government asking for $80 million back from 37 Planned Parenthood affiliat

'There's More That Congress Can Do': America Back in Business, Slow Recovery Expected

America is back in business, but major questions remain as states begin limited re-openings.Will the number of Covid-19 cases jump as people flock to restaurants and businesses? Will the economy bounce back, and what should Congress and the president do to help protect jobs and families?
 

Pandemic Response All in a Day’s Work for Operation Blessing

OB keeps busy during COVID-19 as they supply food, N-95 masks, and cleaning products to those who need them the most.

For These Business Owners, Variety is the Spice of Life

Ed and Cindy believe that because of their work ethic and faith, God has prospered them.

Reopening America: 48 States Easing Their Lockdowns

America is reopening for business. After weeks of lockdowns, millions of Americans are finally getting what many of them have been demanding: the freedom to get out of the house and go back to work.

CBN NewsWatch AM: May 15, 2020

Many businesses across the nation begin to reopen and people are going back to work. The latest on kids and a sickness that may be related to COVID19. A Detroit church mourns the death of it’s pastor and his oldest son to the Coronavirus. God-TV has a new channel in Israel that broadcasts in Hebrew but there’s a controversy over its mission. The latest on the “investigation of the investigators” involved in the Russia Probe. Teacher and financial expert Danny Kofke talks survive the financial wo

The 700 Club - May 8, 2020

Running your own business can be challenging. Jaime and Jenny often struggled to pay bills on time, so they made a decision that brought abundance and peace to their lives. Find out what they did that you can do too.

Trump Says It's Time to Reopen America Safely, Offers 'Love' and Advice for Folks Over 60

President Trump says it's time for the focus of the country to shift. His administration is now working to find a way to get the economy back up and running – while also protecting people.

'I Thank God Every Day': VA Canvas Company Retools to Make Masks While Employing Laid-Off Workers

While the country tries to navigate the COVID-19 crisis, the shortage of protective equipment remains an ongoing issue, especially for those on the frontlines. Across the country, business leaders are responding often by totally changing their production lines. 

20 Cents to Live On

Grandma Navarad worked hard in Thailand raising her 7-year-old grandson alone. Her business selling food in a neighborhood park was abruptly shut down when the coronavirus hit. Determined to survive, she moved it to her home, but people stopped coming. Down to her last 20 cents, she wept at the prospect of leaving her grandson with no one to care for him. Don’t miss the incredible outcome!

Home Self-Testing for COVID-19 Available to Public in Coming Weeks: How Does it Work?

It's clear that increasing testing for COVID-19 is the critical piece to get the country back to business. One option is a self-test done at home, which the Food and Drug Administration has now okayed.

Career

The 700 Club - May 18, 2020

Gospel music legend Bill Gaither takes a look back at his career and proclaims, “it’s more than just music.” Plus, one gangster gets the jump on the man who tried to kill his brother and pulls the trigger. See what happens on today’s 700 Club.

ABC's Paula Faris Opens Up About Prioritizing Her Faith, Family and 'True Calling'

What do you do if you feel like your life is heading in the wrong direction? In her new book, “Called Out: Why I Traded Two Dream Jobs For a Life of True Calling,” ABC News reporter Paula Faris answers that question.

Unleash a Life of Purpose, Grit, and Faith

Musician John Tesh shares how he overcame challenges in his life and career.

The 700 Club - March 3, 2020

Musician and journalist John Tesh joins us live to share about his recent health crisis, his career and the relentless pursuit of success. Plus, see how missionaries are sharing the gospel at the ends of the world.

TPi - Rejected for a Purpose

Legendary singer Larnelle Harris sits down with Erica Linney to discuss his life, musical career and latest book, Shaped Notes.

The 700 Club - January 16, 2020

Mark took a leap of faith from the family business into a new career but landed in debt. In his struggle to pay bills each month, he and his wife, Lisa, stuck to a money strategy they knew would pay off in the long run. Find out what they did, and how it made all the difference!

They Applied an Unbeatable Financial Strategy!

Mark took a leap of faith from the family business into a new career but landed in debt. In his struggle to pay bills each month, he and his wife, Lisa, stuck to a money strategy they knew would pay off in the long run. Find out what they did, and how it made all the difference!

It’s Official: Israelis Head to 3rd Nat’l Elections in Less Than a Year 12/13/19

It's official: third Israeli national elections in a year. Will a coalition finally come together? And a shocking story: Christian refugees persecuted by a UN agency; plus Lebanese businessman donates Hitler artifacts to Israel's Holocaust memorial.

The Singing Contractors Build A Christmas To Remember

Viral sensation, The Singing Contractors, talk about their instant fame and subsequent career after recording themselves singing “How Great Thou Art” in 2015.

700 Club Interactive - November 14, 2019

Singer Jaci Velasquez shares how her first CD topped the charts to much acclaim at just 16 years old, but her career stalled soon-after & her young marriage ended. Hear how God renewed her life.

God Can Rescript Your Life

After feeling that her life story was useless and broken with a stalled singing career and a failed marriage, Jaci Velasquez experienced renewal when God took her broken pieces and repurposed them into something beautiful.

Jaci Velasquez: When God Rescripts Your Life

Singer Jaci Velasquez discusses her career, marriage, and divorce, and how God renewed her life.

700 Club Interactive - August 19, 2019

A gay man with a successful Hollywood career finds redemption after an unexpected encounter in a coffee shop.

Going the Distance - Episode 14

Former ODU Quarterback Blake LaRussa chooses seminary over football. Shawn visits NFL headquarters to discuss concussion reduction. NBA star Jeremy Lin says he’s hit “rock bottom” in his career.

Run the Mile You’re In

Ryan Hall is the fastest distance runner in America and through the highs and lows of his career, he has discovered the power of living others around him.

Going the Distance - Episode 09

Shawn talks with Houston Astros Reliever Will Harris about juggling family and career; Shawn also talk with Two-time Olympian Jamie Nieto about his journey to walking his wife down the aisle after he was paralyzed from the neck down.

Christian Leadership

Senators Ernst and Grassley Ask Trump to Deploy Special Envoy to Nigeria to End Christian Genocide

Two Republican senators are asking President Trump to protect Christians facing ongoing brutal persecution from Islamic groups in Nigeria.

Will Schools Reopen This Fall, and How Badly Is the Pandemic Hurting Christian Education?

As the country slowly reopens, parents heading back to work are asking how and when will their kids get back to school?

CBN NewsWatch PM: May 26, 2020

CBN NewsWatch PM: May 26, 2020

Why Did Christians Vote for Trump in 2016, and Will They Vote for Him Again in 2020?

Since November 9, 2016, political analysts have been asking themselves how Donald J. Trump pulled off one of the biggest political upsets in American history. And can he do it again in 2020? Political strategist Ralph Reed weighs in.

CBN NewsWatch AM: May 26, 2020

On Newswatch AM May 26th: California gives guidance on re-opening churches, while Justice Department wants Nevada to reconsider its limit of 10 people on religious gatherings; optimism building for economic recovery, and potential vaccine development encourages stock market as Americans ventured out for Memorial Day; GOP groups sue California Governor Gavin Newsome over his mail-in voting action – the latest in the political battle over this issue; Israel establishing new ties with its Gulf Stat

CBN NewsWatch PM: May 25, 2020

CBN NewsWatch PM: May 25, 2020

CBN NewsWatch AM: May 25, 2020

On Newswatch AM May 25th: Churches, houses of worship re-opening after President Trump’s warning to governors; Minnesota & California governors move to change their rules after churches say they will hold in-person services despite the lockdowns; churches in states like Virginia already holding services; Americans take to beaches and public places over the weekend, often ignoring social distancing guidelines; in Israel, trial of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu begins, could last two to three y

Praying For Your Needs: May 25, 2020

Gordon and Terry pray for you and deliver words of knowledge through the power of the Holy Spirit for your healing.

Christian World News - The Legacy of Ravi Zacharias - May 22, 2020

At a young age, he made the journey from despair to faith and spent the rest of his life not only preaching the gospel of hope, but defending it.

Israel Finally Gets Gov’t; Jerusalem Excavation Reveals Jesus-Era Find 5/22/20

After a year and a half Israel finally gets a government but will it last? Plus, for the first time known a flight from UAE lands in Tel Aviv airport; a new excavation uncovers buildings dating to the time of Jesus; and the miracle story of Shalva.

AFA Petitions to Get PBS to Drop LGBTQ 'Prideland' Series Hosted by Gay Activist

The American Family Association (AFA) is circulating a petition online asking the Public Broadcasting System (PBS) to stop its scheduled celebration of homosexuality during the month of June.

TPi - A Life’s Song

Singer Jenny Weaver shares how she went from homeless and drug-addicted to leading thousands of followers in praise and worship on Social Media.

CBN NewsWatch PM: May 22, 2020

CBN NewsWatch PM: May 22, 2020

As Coronaphobia Puts Stroke Patients at Risk, Non-COVID Patient Makes Life-Saving Move: 'I Just Praise God'

A Chicago stroke survivor says she's proof people shouldn't be afraid to go to the hospital.

Praying For Your Needs: May 22, 2020

Gordon and Terry pray for you and deliver words of knowledge through the power of the Holy Spirit for your healing.

'Freedom!!!' American Pastor Held on False Charges for 7 Months in India Finally Returns Home

American Pastor Bryan Nerren, a US citizen, is finally home after he was falsely charged and held as a prisoner in India more than seven months ago.

Personal Finance

California Ends Ban on In-Person Religious Services as One Church Takes Ban to US Supreme Court

California’s governor is finally willing to let houses of worship begin actual in-person worship again.

CBN NewsWatch AM: May 25, 2020

On Newswatch AM May 25th: Churches, houses of worship re-opening after President Trump’s warning to governors; Minnesota & California governors move to change their rules after churches say they will hold in-person services despite the lockdowns; churches in states like Virginia already holding services; Americans take to beaches and public places over the weekend, often ignoring social distancing guidelines; in Israel, trial of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu begins, could last two to three y

EXCLUSIVE: Kayleigh McEnany's Emotional Tribute To Ravi Zacharias

In an exclusive interview with CBN News, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany got emotional discussing the recent passing of famous Christian Apologist Ravi Zacharias, someone who made an enormous impact with his Christian faith. 

Army Chaplains Getting Creative in Helping Soldiers with Personal, Emotional and Spiritual Challenges

We've seen how this ongoing pandemic has taken its toll across all walks of life and that certainly includes America's servicemen and women. As stress and pressure become daunting, military chaplains do all they can to diminish the impact.

For These Business Owners, Variety is the Spice of Life

Ed and Cindy believe that because of their work ethic and faith, God has prospered them.

'It's Time to Stand Up for Liberty': KY Pastor Asks Pastors across the Country to 'Peaceably Gather' with Their Members This Sunday

A wave of churches across the country will open for in-person services this Sunday, May 17. It's part of an effort called "Peaceably Gather Sunday," in which congregations look to strike a middle ground which it comes to balancing health and safety against the coronavirus and worshipping without restrictions.

Netanyahu Suggests Putting Sensors on 'Every Person, Every Child' In Israel to Fight Virus

Israel lifted more of its restrictions and is headed back to normal life, but some suggested measures in the ongoing war with the coronavirus that would be unprecedented. 

Coronavirus in the White House: Is the President At Risk?

Trump administration officials say Vice President Mike Pence will be at the White House today despite an earlier report he would be working from home and self-isolating after an aide tested positive for the Coronavirus last week. 

United States of Snitching: Tattletales Turn on Fellow Americans, KC Mayor Tells Churches to Turn in Their Members

Many people across the country have become pandemic snitches, calling the police and public health authorities as well as shaming their fellow Americans on social media about not wearing masks, and not participating in social distancing. Some have gone as far as even calling people's employers to snitch on them. 

Surprising Consequence of Forgiveness

A woman haunted by years of pain and unforgiveness is set free when she chooses to forgive the person who harmed her.

The 700 Club - May 7, 2020

A number of years ago, Devin and Elizabeth struggled to just have money for groceries. Despite tight finances, one expense was non-negotiable. And that was the one that brought them out on top. Find out what is was.

Financial Priorities that Make a Big Difference

A number of years ago, Devin and Elizabeth struggled to just have money for groceries. Despite tight finances, one expense was non-negotiable. And that was the one that brought them out on top. Find out what is was.

Is a COVID-19 Vaccine By End of 2020 a Realistic Expectation?

The Trump administration is pushing hard to have a COVID-19 vaccine by the end of the year. But what are the risks of moving too fast? Dr. David Perlmutter weighs in with his thoughts on that question on Tuesday's 700 Club.

The 700 Club - May 5, 2020

Matt and Lori lost $40,000 when the dot-com bubble burst in early 2000. Even though money was tight, they stayed true to a financial principle they say was the key to turning their finances around. It can work for you too.

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