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As search efforts continue for two men who are missing in Florida, one woman is clinging to continued prayer and her steadfast faith.

Police officers face off against protesters following an "End Domestic Terrorism" rally in Portland, Ore., on Saturday, Aug. 17, 2019 (AP Photo/Noah Berger)

More than a dozen people were arrested during Saturday’s demonstrations where far-right groups planned protests against far-left extremist groups.


'Veggie Tales' co-creator Phil Vischer says it's inevitable that Christian filmmakers will need to address LGBT topics soon on their shows.


Your smartphone is your confidante, your hand-held connection to the world — and one of your biggest vulnerabilities.

Greg Laurie preaches at the 2018 SoCal Harvest event. (Image credit: Vitaly Manzuk for Harvest Ministries)

Night 3 of Pastor Greg Laurie's SoCal Harvest 2019 is taking place at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California, and you can watch it LIVE right here at 10 PM EDT on the CBN News Channel.


New York City’s medical examiner ruled Jeffrey Epstein’s death a suicide Friday, confirming after nearly a week of speculation that the financier hanged himself in his jail cell.

Jesus Loves You

A Christian realtor in Virginia is suing the state real estate board after it charged her with violating fair housing laws by putting the Bible verse John 3:16 on her website, and using phrases like "Jesus loves you" in her email signatures.   

Brenda Epperson

Last November, wildfires ravaged Los Angeles and Ventura Counties, burning nearly 97,000 acres of land and destroying more than 1,600 buildings. The home and horse stables of actress Brenda Epperson were right in the path of this raging inferno. But after the unquenchable flames leaped up to the fence of her family's property... they just stopped.

Becket Cook. (Image credit: The 700 Club)

Swimming in Drew Barrymore's pool. Vacationing at Diane Keaton's getaway home. Going to the Grammy Awards or rocking Paris Fashion Week. This was the lifestyle of Becket Cook, and he absolutely loved it until the day he suddenly didn't. 


A district court judge ruled this week that mandatory student fees at California State University-San Marcos must be available for use by all student groups, without "viewpoint discrimination."