You probably don’t think of the church you attend as a business and chances are your pastor doesn’t either, but that could lead to big problems.
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.
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.
No matter how badly we mess up, our grandparents are (typically) our biggest fans. So we want to honor and celebrate them - and we asked our CBN News team how their grandparents affected them.
Nearly 40 million people around the world suffer from the terrible disease known as Alzheimer's. And in just a few years, it will cost over a *trillion* dollars to treat people with dementia. While there is no cure for Alzheimer's, doctors can help some people slow it down.
Reaching people with the Gospel - and improving diplomatic relations between two countries at the same time - can be a difficult assignment. But throw in a basketball... and suddenly, it can be easier than you might think.
Jennifer Wishon explains from the eastern European country of Belarus.
Ten years ago, Ashley Smith (watch her story here) was held hostage by Brian Nichols, an accused rapist. Hours earlier, Nichols escaped an Atlanta courtroom by murdering four people, including a sitting judge. What happened next is a story that will be played out in theaters across the country beginning today. Efrem Graham sat down with the man playing Nichols, award-winning actor David Oyelowo.
Growing up Muslim, Rifqa felt there was something more. After converting to Christianity in middle school, she hid her faith from her family for years. But once the truth came out, she was forced to flee in fear of her life.
Saeed Abedini just celebrated his 35th birthday -- another one away from his wife and children. He remains inside Iran's prison on trumped up charges. His real crime -- being a Christian. He's beed tortured and beaten for his faith. President Obama told his wife, Naghmeh, that securing Saeed's release was a "top priority" -- but he erfused to make his release a stipulation while negotiating with the Iranians.
The American Center for Law and Justice has been on this case since day one. Go show your support to #savesaeed.
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