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A man has a vision of Jesus in a jail cell. We visit a man who paints spiritual murals. Also, CBN News investigates the porn industry.

Trapped in a lifeless marriage, Susan was ready to leave her husband Tim, until he proposed that they move to Italy.

Are instant tax returns from tax preparers a good idea? What should I look for while transitioning from college to business? How can I stop being...

A newly engaged couple's relationship is put to the ultimate test. A couple on the brink of divorce finds love in Italy. Also, Pat Robertson...

Who determines when and where revival happens? Is it okay to pray for complete healing? Why does God allow young people to pass away?

As an original member of Motown Records' first vocal group The Miracles and as a solo artist, Smokey Robinson delivered 37 Top 40 hits for Motown...

Known for her traditional gospel singing, Sandi Patty is popular for her dynamic soprano voice and spectacular vocal range.

In this special episode of The 700 Club, hosts Pat Robertson and Ben Kinchlow traveled to Tokyo, Japan, to take a look at what God is doing in the...

A few months before his election, Jimmy Carter shared a picnic table with Pat Robertson at his Plains, Georgia, home to offer his vision for a better...

Ben Kinchlow interviews T.D. Jakes about his book, Woman, Thou Art Loosed.

Ronald Reagan sat down with Pat Robertson in the Oval Office in 1985 to discuss the pressing issues of the day.

Multiple Dove Award and Grammy Award-winning Christian pop singer Rebecca St. James makes her first appearance The 700 Club.

Renowned for her passionate stage performances, wide vocal range and distinctive high-octave belting, singer Patti Labelle visited with Terry...

Well known Christian comedian Mark Lowry visited The 700 Club to talk about the key ingredient in making people laugh.

Through many trials, the members of Selah have found true faith in Christ. Hear their testimonies and see them sing live on The 700 Club.

Pat Robertson's executive assistant Barbara Johnson looks back on many years of faithful service.


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