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Pat Robertson answers the following Bring It On questions: What should I do with my leftover student loan money? Is it a bad idea to get in debt at...

John had lost everything – twice. Then, using a simple financial plan, he owns a successful business and his own ranch!

Pat Robertson answers the following Bring It On questions: What should I do with my pension? Is it wrong to sue? What investments are safer in a...

Jim's successful life hit the skids. Then he found a key to living that led him in a new direction.

The Fermoyles were struggling financially. They began tithing and giving to the 700 Club. Today, they are prospering.

Vangie owns a successful craft business in the Philippines. When she gave to CBN out of profits from a big order she received, Vangie received an...

Gordon Robertson answers the following Bring It On questions: Should I purchase life insurance for my sons? How can I build up my credit score?...

Pat Robertson answers the following Bring It On questions: Should our IRA accounts be separate or joined? Is ethanol still a good investment? What is...

Now single after 30 years of marriage, Kathy agonized over finances and her future. Discover how she found focus and security from an unexpected...

Facing a financial crisis, the Shanklands never lost hope for a bright future. Discover how their secret can work for you.

Financial arguments nearly tore Ron and Nancy's marriage apart. Instead, they overcame their fear and found a financial miracle.

The Rykerts cut their credit card spending and their dreams became reality. It can happen to you.

Vicki's home renovation left her in big financial trouble. But with this consistent strategy, she was debt free in six months.

Mark and Edna Shipley were financially strapped when Mark lost his job. They remained faithful in their tithes, and in their giving to CBN. Soon they...

Pat Robertson answers the following Bring It On questions: How do I sell stock for my parents? Should paying off debt be the priority? What...

Pat Robertson teaches from the book of Matthew on biblically based financial principles.

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