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She had a migraine then woke up two weeks later paralyzed. For six years, the Robinsons thought all was lost.

Sevina became an orphan at five years old. But, through the love of friends like you, she now has a home.

We have bright spots appearing in pictures we take ever since my father passed away, could we seeing "orbs" or spirits, what do you think? Is there...

Serita Jakes shares how important the role of faith becomes when we are faced with trauma in life, and Stephen Easton chose to hang out with the...

Serita Jakes, First Lady of The Potter's House in Dallas, Texas, shares some of her secrets to being a successful woman in ministry.

Serita will discuss the impact of trauma and the role faith plays in treating trauma.

Stephen sold and smoked marijuana, got in trouble with the law, and dropped out of school in the 10th grade, all because of the influence of the...

It is an annual tradition for the staff, family and friends of CBN and Regent University to gather on Labor Day to pray and seek the Lord's guidance...

Abuse and neglect left Mary with little hope for a future, and she used drugs to cope with the pain.

Barbara Tamzicouch receives food from OB that not only helps put food on her table, but also enables her to continue to help the disabled in her...

People and businesses are flocking to the Lone Star State as a result of the Texas economy, which continues to create jobs and opportunities.

Gordon cooks up succulent roast with scalloped potatoes, peas and caramelized pearl onions and apple tart.

The country band crosses over into Christian music with a new testimony to share. See their interview and live performance.

On today's show, we talk to Brig Sorber, CEO of Two Men and A Truck International, about how his family built a successful moving business. Also,...

Country music band Diamond Rio performs and shares about their crossover to Christian music. CBN News interviews the author of "Secular Sabotage",...

The niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., can speak to women about abortion issues, because she has had two of her own.

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