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Celebrating a Death-Defying Faith

The wife and son of the late Peter Pretorius discuss his 30-year ministry in Africa and the book he finished just before his death.

Aspire to a Death-Defying Faith

This mother and adult son will discuss this 30-year ministry in Africa of their late husband and father, Peter Pretorius, and his new book, Death-Defying Faith, that was finished just before he died.

Jerusalem Dateline: Hamas Launches Rockets at Tel Aviv, Israel Hits Back 3/15/19

Hamas launches rockets at Tel Aviv - Israel fires back; and dozens dead from terror at two New Zealand mosques; and the Moses Controversy -- did he really write the first five books of the Bible? And Christians Run for Zion in the Jerusalem Marathon.

Studio 5: March 13, 2019

Grammy nominated singer Brian Courtney Wilson charts his musical journey. Cristabelle Braden shares new music and her first book. And we go behind-the-scenes of the film Five Feet Apart with stars Cole Sprouse and Haley Lu Richardson.

Tomorrow's Headlines Today? Joel Rosenberg's Latest Thriller Identifies a New 'Axis of Evil'

Pat Robertson talks with bestselling author Joel C. Rosenberg about his latest international thriller, The Persian Gamble, on Thursday's 700 Club.

'Music Became My Voice': Sandy Patti's New Book Details Career and Path Back From Sexual Abuse

Sandi Patti is one of the most famous Gospel singers in America.

In this interview, she talks about her career and her new book The Voice as well as her sexual abuse and how she used the church to overcome it. 

The 700 Club - March 11, 2019

He’s the man who wrote the book on love. Dr. Gary Chapman reveals the secrets to a lasting relationship. Plus, hear how both sides of the aisle are coming together to fight for religious freedom.

Aging Better with Dr. Sara Gottfried's Brain Body Diet

How middle-aged women can lose weight, clear their brain fog, improve memory, and be overall healthier with Dr. Sara Gottfried's Brain Body Diet.

Encouraging Caregivers

Author and radio host Peter Rosenberger shares his latest book, highlighting problems caregivers face and how you can help them.

The 700 Club - February 25, 2019

A foot soldier in the fight for Civil Rights remembers the days of segregation. Experience his march from Selma into the history books on today’s 700 Club.

Prayer Link: February 19, 2019

Activist Mommy Elizabeth Johnston on Her New Book “Not On My Watch”

'Not On My Watch': Activist Mommy Fights for Family, Faith, and Freedom

Elizabeth Johnston, known as the "Activist Mommy" to her millions of online followers, talks with Pat Robertson about her new book, Not On My Watch: How to Win the Fight for Family, Faith, and Freedom.

Studio 5: Grammy & Oscar

Studio 5 takes Hollywood with Dolly Parton at the Grammys. We revisit the Oscar nominated film Green Book. And we preview How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World. Tim Tebow and his fiancé Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters walk the red carpet.

Your Questions, Honest Answers: - February 13, 2019

PAT DO YOU THINK THE EVENTS IN THE BOOK OF REVELATION HAVE ALREADY COME TO PASS OR DO YOU THINK THOSE EVENTS ARE STILL IN THE FUTURE? IS TURKEY OR RUSSIA GOG FROM REVELATION?

The True Story Behind 'Uncle Tom's Cabin,' The Book that Rocked Pre-Civil War America 

The true story Josiah Henson, the man who was the inspiration for the character, "Uncle Tom" in the novel Uncle Tom's Cabin.

The 700 Club - February 6, 2019

A teenage drug dealer goes from the streets to the Navy SEALS and then to the silver screen. Plus, authors Karen Kingsbury and Tyler Russell discuss a new children’s book series.

Movies

Fateful Phone Call Ends 24 Years of Pain

After Victoria fractured her back during a snow sledding accident in 1990, it was difficult for her to move around without pain.

Miracle Restores Immobile Woman’s Movement

Hope was nearly immobile after her hip began to give out, until one day she didn’t have to worry about the pain any more.

'He Took a Punch for All of Us': How the Hayden Williams Attack Is Fueling a Trump Free Speech Move

President Trump is preparing to sign an executive order that would enforce free speech on campuses across the country – regardless of the political leanings of the speaker. Schools refusing to comply could lose federal research money. 

Unlikely Friends Encourage Racial Healing

After discovering their ancestors’ relationship was that of owner – slave, Matt and Will had to decide how their friendship would move forward.

'Run the Race': Tim Tebow Encourages Young People with New Movie

Athlete-turned-movie-producer, Tim Tebow, talks about his new film, "Run the Race."

'God Moves Miraculously' Says First Inmate Released Under First Step Act

CBN News talks with Matthew Charles, the first inmate to be released under the First Step Act prison reform law passed by Congress and signed by President Trump in 2018.

'I Was Crying': Tim Tebow Reveals What Compelled Him to Make His Powerful Movie, 'Run the Race'

We all know Tim Tebow can throw touchdowns, whack home runs, and write bestsellers – but does he also have the golden touch when it comes to movies? We're about to find out. His new movie "Run the Race" hits theaters this weekend. 

'There's a Building Expectation': Thousands Gathering in Orlando for New Jesus Movement

Thousands of Christians are converging on Orlando, Florida, this Saturday to seek God and to declare a new era of evangelism.  It is all part of an event called The Send, a collaboration of national ministries that hopes to activate every believer into their evangelistic and missional calling. 

700 Club Interactive - February 22, 2019

Dr. Ajay Seth will discuss medical miracle of restoring movement to a woman's amputated arm and how he relied on his faith in the process.

Amputated Limb Moves Again!

Dr. Ajay Seth shares the medical miracle when movement was restored to a woman's amputated arm and discusses the role that faith played in the process.

Making History with a Medical Miracle

Dr. Ajay Seth discusses the medical miracle of restoring movement and feeling to a woman’s amputated arm.

Continuing the Fight Against Racism

“Foot Soldier” Henry Allen shares his memories of the Civil Rights Movement, Bloody Sunday, and how Jesus Christ is the only power to bring people together.

Bringing the Bible Back: Could Growing Public School Movement Backfire?

A movement to start Bible classes in public schools is gaining ground. Seven states already recognize these classes and six more could soon follow. But could the movement end up backfiring?

True Story of Finding Strength to 'Forgive the Unforgivable' Told in New Film Starring Stephen Baldwin

"The Least of These" is a new feature film starring Stephen Baldwin and Shari Rigby that tells the story of Australian missionary Graham Staines who, with his two young sons, was murdered by the very people they cam to India to serve.

'The Stuff of Movies': A Battered Wife's Journey from Islam to Christian Pastor

An Iranian Muslim woman trapped in an abusive marriage tells the story of her journey to a new life in Sweden, where she is now a Christian minister.

Music

Studio 5: Perfect Combination - March 20, 2019

We’re asking, “Where are they now” -- and catching up with singer Stacy Lattisaw. See what journalist Paula Faris is doing after leaving The View and Good Morning America Weekend. And rapper Picasomusik shares his music.

Studio 5: March 13, 2019

Grammy nominated singer Brian Courtney Wilson charts his musical journey. Cristabelle Braden shares new music and her first book. And we go behind-the-scenes of the film Five Feet Apart with stars Cole Sprouse and Haley Lu Richardson.

Bethel’s Brian Johnson Gets Real About Anxiety

Brian Johnson is the co-founder of Bethel Music with his wife Jenn and a father of four children. He will discuss his battle with anxiety and depression. Praise and worship were a vital part of his recovery. Now, he shares his story to help others.

'Music Became My Voice': Sandy Patti's New Book Details Career and Path Back From Sexual Abuse

Sandi Patti is one of the most famous Gospel singers in America.

In this interview, she talks about her career and her new book The Voice as well as her sexual abuse and how she used the church to overcome it. 

Country Musician Debuts Treasured Hymn Album

Josh Turner’s long-standing country music success leads to his recent and first gospel album, “I Serve a Savior,” which rekindles time-treasured hymns.

Studio 5: Least of These

Stephen Baldwin takes us inside his film The Least of These. Rapper Tedashii takes us inside the music. And the stars of WGN’s Pure, Ryan Robbins and Alex Paxton-Beasley, tease what we can expect in seasons one and two of the series.

Studio 5: Open Heaven

Singer Maranda Curtis shares the life behind her music. Efrem Graham makes a guest appearance on Pure Flix’s Malibu Dan the Family Man. And Brian Hill and the Provenance Singers return for a Studio 5 Sessions performance.

Studio 5: Switchfoot Sundays

Switchfoot’s Jon and Tim Foreman share the band’s new music and a its new tour. Celebrity trainer Alec Penix opens up the pages of his new book Seven Sundays. And we have your first look at the feel-good film A Dog’s Way Home.

700 Club Interactive - January 8, 2019

A man and his two loves: drugs and music. It wasn’t until he came to Christ that he learned of something greater.

Israeli Politics Like 'Musical Chairs' Ahead of Elections

As Israeli politicians gear up for national elections April 9, they're forming new alliances that could affect US-Israeli relations and President Trump's peace plan.

Studio 5: Advent Season

Recording artist Matt Maher shares a new book and new music, just in time for the Christmas season. It’s his first album devoted to the holiday.

Worship Leader Roy Fields Performs "Emmanuel Has Come"

Worship Leader Roy Fields Performs "Emmanuel Has Come"

Studio 5: Mann’s Breakthrough

The first couple of gospel music David and Tamela Mann share a new book and album in celebration of 30 years of marriage. Filmmaker DeVon Franklin and actress Chrissy Metz takes behind-the-scenes of their new film Breakthrough.

Sports

All Football Helmets Are Not Created Equal: What the NFL Is Doing to Make the Game Safer for Players

With all of the changes the NFL is making to make the game safer, some say the game is becoming soft. But is it? Or is it that the league is making strides to ensure the longevity of America’s game?” 

CBN Sports Reporter Shawn Brown on What the NFL is Doing to Protect Players

CBN Sports Reporter Shawn Brown appears on CBN's Newswatch program to talk about his experience reporting on the health and safety of NFL players. 

One thing that is not commonly known by fans, all players do not wear the same helmet. The players get to choose their own helmet. 

Running Away from a Devastating Family Secret

Frances focused on sports, family, and her faith until a family secret drove her away from God and into a lesbian lifestyle.

'I Think About Jesus Christ': These 4 NFL Players Are Keeping Faith at the Forefront of This Super Bowl

In 2002, the up-and-coming New England Patriots stunned the Los Angeles Rams in the Super Bowl. That win marked the beginning of the New England dynasty. Seventeen years later, the storylines are reversed. 

God’s Place in the Super Sunday Showdown

The Rams and Patriots are set to face off in Atlanta for Super Bowl LIII. At the intersection of faith and championship football, CBN Sports talks to several participants that explain the importance of God’s role in the journey to the top.

Baseball’s Kyle Gibson Makes a Pitch for Faith

Minnesota Twins pitcher Kyle Gibson confronts the stresses of the game the same way he faces life - with God at the center.

Super Bowl Champ Nick Foles Believes Winning Isn’t Everything

He’s the backup quarterback that led the Philadelphia Eagles to Super Bowl glory. Nick Foles looks back at his MVP performance and shares why sports immortality isn’t the pinnacle of his existence.

News on The 700 Club: June 14, 2018

As seen on “The 700 Club,” June 14.: The Federal Reserve is moving forward with another planned interest rate increase; "Sports Spectrum" host shares faith stories of professional athletes through podcast; all of Washington wants to see a long awaited investigation into how the FBI handled the Hillary Clinton email scandal, and more.

A Divine Calling: 'Sports Spectrum' Host Finds Healing Through Storytelling

"Sports Spectrum" host shares faith stories of professional athletes through podcast .

10 Million Dollar Donations and Flag Football with Fans:Kevin Durant On and Off the Court

Durant is paying his success forward. Earlier this year, he committed 10 Million dollars to the Prince George’s County public school’s College Track program.

The Israel Festival Adds 'Talking Heads' to Venue

What do groups of 30 or more people walking as one, all wearing white headsets, look like on the streets of Jerusalem? 

700 Club Interactive - March 28, 2018

Addiction costs promising athlete a sports career. See how he found true freedom with the help of his defense attorney and arresting officer.

700 Club Interactive - March 21, 2018

Addiction costs promising athlete a sports career. See how he found true freedom with the help of his defense attorney and arresting officer.

Christian World News - February 16, 2018

A Florida community comforts the grieving and searches for answers after a deadly school shooting. Is President a saint, a sinner, or like the rest of us, a little of both? As politics and sports play out at the Winter Olympics, we look at the spiritual history of the Korean peninsula.

Television

From 'Car Crazy' to Christ-focused: The New TV Show that Aims to Spark Revival in America

Barry Meguiar is no stranger to TV. As host of 'Car Crazy' he introduced viewers to the latest hot rods and the industry's biggest fans. With his brand-new show, he hopes to ignite the next American Great Awakening.

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