Darren Turner and his wife Heather had no idea how the war in Iraq qould shake their rock-solid marriage to its core.
Lisa Miara, a Jewish grandmother from Jerusalem, founded theSprings of Hope Foundation to aid terror victims after her son was in two terrorist attacks in Israel.
In the 25 years that "Open Doors International" has monitored persecution it is reported the problem has reached "unprecedented levels." Could we in the United States be next? What can we do to stop the atrocities? Jay Sekulow of the American Center for Law and Justice joined the 700 Club Interactive to talk about the current situation in the Middle East for Christians.
According to the New York Times, over 3,000 women are currently being held by ISIS as sex slaves. Why? They're used to recruit young men to the terror organization. Some of the sex slaves manage to escape - or are discarded - and some brave Christians are traveling to the frontlines of Iraq to help those women out.
Victor Marx, from "All Things Possible Ministry", tells Gordon Robertson that he was asked by the Kurdish government to assist in this effort.
As an Army chaplain, Darren Turner was often deployed... straining his marriage to Heather and pushing it to the brink of divorce.
Elaine Lowry Byre has four children in the military -- and certainly has had her share of missed holidays, tear-filled goodbyes, and sleepless nights. Here's how she holds down the homefront.
When Jason Redman returned home from Iraq after being severely wounded in a firefight, his faith inspired him to recover.