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  1. 'We Will See Revival': Pastor's Dramatic Story of the Day Paradise Burned, and How It Can Be Reborn

    Less than an hour after they noticed a tiny cloud of smoke, it had suddenly grown enormous, turning the sky as dark as night as a massive blaze headed toward their town. Pastor Josh raced back to the school to grab his kids as ashes were already falling from the sky all around him.
  2. 'We Just Want to Minister to Them': Operation Blessing a Force for Hope in California Wildfires

    Organizers with Operation Blessing are in Northern California meeting with pastors and making plans to support the recovery effort in several communities destroyed by the recent wildfires. 
  3. 'God is Still There': Woman Who Loses All Four Limbs Chooses to Live Joyfully

    A pregnant woman develops a life-threatening infection and is rushed to the hospital. She loses her baby and then has to have all four limbs amputated. Despite her tragic loss, Kayleigh Ferguson-Walker chooses to live joyfully, trusting in God's goodness.
  4. Faith-Based Foster Care Rescues Immigrant Kids from 'Tent City' while Helping Reunite them with Parents

    Bethany Christian Services takes immigrant children separated from their parents at the border and places them in family-based foster care, getting them out of the government tent cities and shelters that can only provide for their physical needs.
  5. 'I Sat There with Tears in My Eyes': Worship Leader Kari Jobe's Reflections on Her Visit to the White House

    Christian music artist Kari Jobe recently joined a group of worship leaders for a special meeting at the White House, and she posted some profound thoughts about the kingdom of God being seen on earth and the urgent need for prayer for America's leaders.
  6. 'May Her Faith Always Stay Childlike': Joanna Gaines' Daughter Writes Beautiful Message to God in Unexpected Place

    When Joanna Gaines saw her daughter Emmie's bathroom, she couldn't believe her eyes. 
  7. 'Weapons Wizards' Chronicles Israel's Climb to Military Superpower

    According to author and Jerusalem Post editor-in-chief Yaakov Katz, Israel may be the world's "most innovative military."
  8. Christian Business Man Sued After Requiring Employees to Attend Bible Study

    A Christian business owner in Oregon is being sued for requiring his employees to attend a weekly Bible study. 
  9. People with Down Syndrome Apply for International 'Endangered Species' Status

    Some people with Down syndrome are requesting to be the first people placed on the international endangered species list due to their community's population declining and other factors. 
  10. Chicago Hospital Shooting Claims 3 Lives; Gunman Also Dead

    A gunman opened fire Monday at a Chicago hospital, killing a police officer and two hospital employees in an attack that began with a domestic dispute and exploded into a firefight with law enforcement inside the medical center. The suspect was also dead, authorities said.
  11. Joni Eareckson Tada Has New Cancer Diagnosis, Asks for Prayers for Upcoming Surgery 

    Joni Eareckson Tada, an internationally known advocate for people with disabilities, has received a cancer diagnosis for the second time. She is asking for prayers for her upcoming surgery.
  12. This Week on 'Prayer Link': Wellness Coach Leslie Bobb on Healthy Holiday Cooking You'll Love

    This time of year everyone is thinking about preparing that special Thanksgiving meal for their family and friends.  Mind, body and gut specialist Leslie Bobb of Real Simple recently stopped by our CBN News studios to share some tips on cooking healthy for the holidays, without sacrificing flavor.
  13. 'Keep Praying': Francis Chan Reveals Answer to His 30-Year Prayer, Salvation for His Best Friend

    World-renowned pastor and evangelist Francis Chan says that after 30 years of praying for his best friend to find God, his prayer has finally been answered.  In a recent blog on his "Desiring God" website, Chan wrote about the efforts of Christians to convince people to come to Christ.  
  14. 'Jesus Calls Us to a Higher Way': Dr. Ronnie Floyd Says Christians Should Lead Racial Reconciliation

    Dr. Ronnie Floyd, the senior pastor of the Cross Church located in Springdale, Arkansas, says Christians need to stop letting our nation define who we are.
  15. 'Out! Out!' Hundreds in Tijuana Hoping to Show Central American Caravan the Door

    Hundreds of Tijuanans are protesting the thousands of Central American migrants who are camped out in their city at Mexico's border awaiting entry to the US.
  16. 'Unjustly Targeted for His Faith': China Sentences US-Christian Pastor to Prison

    Chinese authorities have convicted and sentenced Christian pastor and US permanent resident John Sanqiang Cao to prison time. The American Center for Law and Justice reports Cao's imprisonment is part of China's aggressive crackdown on Christian pastors.
  17. 'It's Like Winning the Super Bowl': Farmer Set to Deliver Christmas Tree to White House

    Christmas came early for one North Carolina tree farmer after his tree was chosen to be displayed in the White House.
  18. US Sen Nelson Concedes to Gov. Scott as Florida Recount Ends

    Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson, a Florida political icon whose career highlight may have been a trip on the space shuttle, conceded his bitterly close re-election bid to Republican Rick Scott on Sunday, ceding a razor-thin race to the outgoing governor after a tense and sometimes turbulent recount.
  19. Israeli Ministers Cancel Resignation Plans, Preserve Netanyahu's Narrow Coalition

    In what some are calling a surprise move, Israeli Education Minister Naftali Bennett and Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked decided not to resign from the government as they'd indicated earlier.
  20. Broward Brenda is Stepping Down After Her Election Missteps Sullied FL Recount

    At the heart of the controversy was Broward County Election Supervisor Brenda Snipes who was facing removal from office after a number of missteps before and during the election.