Babies emerging from the womb are already addicted to heroin. Find out what’s being done to stop this drug epidemic.
As ISIS continues to grab the global spotlight, Boko Haram operates under the radar, seizing parts of Nigeria. Those fortunate to survive their wrath testify to unspeakable horrors.
As boundaries are being pushed more in entertainment, it's becoming increasingly hard to find family appropriate programming. Gordon and Terry tackle these issues and discuss today's more popular shows, like Game of Thrones.
Wendy Griffith of CBN News reports of a spiritual awakening in Williamson, West Virginia. Hear how it started in a high school with one bold young man!
Watch as Gordon and Terry discuss what might be solutions to the transgender bathroom controversy.
The children of refugees are often the victims caught in the middle of the Syrian crisis. Hundreds of thousands of children face a lonely existence inside refugee camps. But one Christian group in Lebanon is working to educate these kids, teach them about the Bible, and Jesus. Abigail Robertson has that story.
At least 2,000 Syrians have been accepted into the United States since the refugee crisis began. Now, one Christian group is working with the refugees to make sure they adjust to their new life.
Happy New Year! You've made it to 2016... What are your grand plans? In today's episode, Gordon Robertson teaches about making -- and sticking to -- a resolution.
Decades of research has shown that human touch is essential for babies to develop and thrive. New research adds to that - showing that it's just as important for adults as it is newborns.
THere was a time when owning a Bible in China was illegal. So for decades, missionaries smuggled tons of Bibles and other Christian literature into China... but not anymore. George Thomas explains why from Beijing.
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