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Studio 5: Got The Mojo - September 9, 2020

Artist Anthony Reed II gives us the Mojo behind his art. Hope Darst introduces her first solo album, Peace Be Still. And we preview the Amazon Prime documentary Time. And this week’s countdown includes Tyler Perry and Kathie Lee Gifford.

700 Club Interactive - July 31, 2020

Successful Hollywood production designer Becket Cook sought only success in his career and his relationships with men, until a conversation in a coffee shop pointed him to true love and fulfillment in Christ.

Gay Label Falls Short of New Identity

Successful Hollywood production designer, Becket Cook, trades gay lifestyle for fulfilling new identity in Jesus Christ.

Healthy Living - May 19, 2020

DR. MARK HYMAN DISCUSSES BOOK, "WHAT THE HECK SHOULD I COOK?" How to Cook Healthy Foods.

Prayer Link – Doug Addison’s Special Word About Coronavirus - April 21, 2020

Prophet Doug Addison shares a special word God gave him about COVID-19 during Easter. Plus Pastor Ben Courson shares why holding onto hope is so important during the pandemic.

Never Alone

A child coming out as gay to their parents can be daunting for both parent and child, but Becket Cook, a successful production designer in Hollywood who turned away from homosexuality in his own life, reveals where he found his identity.

Healthy Living - January 28, 2020

Celebrity Chef Ellie Krieger Demonstrates Healthy Cooking

Widow’s Plight

Life is tough for Jaspreet, a widow in India struggling to raise three children. When she’s not earning a meager living sewing on a borrowed machine, she’s hiking for miles to fetch water for drinking and cooking. Discover who came with help and hope!

Seventeen Hours Cooking but Still Goes Hungry

Htar Lay is a cook in Myanmar struggling to support two kids. After working 17-hour days she doesn’t make enough to pay rent and buy food. Now she’s facing eviction. Is it possible for this family to escape the cycle of poverty? Watch now and discover the solution!

Healthy Living - January 14, 2020

How to Cook Healthy Foods

What The Heck Should I Cook?

Dr. Mark Hyman discusses lifelong health and how to use food as medicine for a vibrant, healthy body and mind.

The 700 Club - January 8, 2020

2020 can be your healthiest year yet as author Dr. Mark Hyman shares what to cook and what to avoid. Plus, protecting our classrooms by arming our teachers.

The 700 Club - December 24, 2019

A son is flatlining in the ER and no one can stop it. See the survival story that truly is a Christmas miracle. Plus, Kelly Minter shares the details of a Christmas feast that anyone can cook on today’s 700 Club.

How LA Rams WR Brandin Cooks Earned His Nickname

Brandin Cooks is a record-setting wide receiver with the Los Angeles Rams and is a force to be reckoned with on the football field.

Cooks is known as "The Archer."  Here's a look at how he earned that title. 
 

Studio 5: Hero Story - December 11, 2019

Actor Paul Walter Houser takes us inside the making of Clint Eastwood’s new film Richard Jewell. Members of Blank Ink Chicago talk about mental health. And the NFL’s Brandin Cooks shares his success story.

CBN NewsWatch PM: December 11, 2019

Refugee advocates rush to meet a deadline by the Trump Administration to make sure they can resettle in various communities next year. A Department of Justice Watchdog says “serious errors” in the FBI’s investigation of the Trump campaign and Russia. A winter freeze grips half the nation. The L.A. Rams’ Brandin Cooks talks faith and how he got the nickname “The Archer.” The New “WONDER WOMAN 1984” movie trailer is out.

Children

Child Sex Predators Taking Advantage of Increased Online Prey Thanks to COVID

A leading crime prevention expert offers tips to prevent kids from being victimized online.

CBN Global Update: September 14, 2020

CBN launched a 5 day Superbook Vacation Bible School on Zoom and Youtube in Nigeria to help children during COVID 19.

The Voice of Hope

Having been overcome by pain, Elizabeth Verver stood at the precipice of suicide when a stronger voice of hope beckoned her to choose life.

"I needed to love my wife the way Jesus loves the church”

Omar and Danielle Gonzalez began their relationship focused on the instant gratification of drugs, alcohol, and sex, but they learned that to preserve their marriage, it would take something beyond themselves...

Loved Without Performing

Abused and assaulted by a foster dad, Schwartzen found sanctuary on the basketball court where his natural abilities gave him identity, but this only masked his inner turmoil and desire for acceptance into a family.

700 Club Interactive - September 14, 2020

The pain of the past drives one wife and mother to a life of alcoholism. See her miraculous escape. Plus, the Hester family fosters children and share why they believe everyone is called to help children in need.

A Single Mom’s Desperate Prayer

When her husband walked out, leaving her to raise three small children, Diana went to work, driving a motorcycle shuttle for school kids and selling food. Then, the pandemic hit Indonesia and schools closed. Maria was caught without means to support her family. She prayed for strength. Then you came along! Watch what happened next.

Hope Grows in Mother’s Heart and Womb

Mike and Jessica receive devastating news that her pregnancy will most likely result in delivering a deceased baby, and in response the couple turns to God in prayer...

Joy in the Midst of Pandemic and Poverty

Witness firsthand how your heart of compassion is helping people in one Florida town affected by the pandemic and poverty. Hear from a disabled veteran, a retiree on a fixed income, a grandmother supporting two children and grandchildren, and a woman with an empty refrigerator. Thank you for making a difference!

Helping Kids Hear the Voice of God

Mark Batterson and his daughter Summer teach children to hear the voice of God in their new book, “God Speaks in Whispers.”

Foster Care Adventures with the Hester Family

The Hester family went through a miscarriage and afterwards Tiffany Hester felt a burden to help foster kids. The family now fosters children, 2 of which were drug addicted since birth and share why they believe everyone is called to help children in need.

CBN Global Update: September 7, 2020

CBN’s Superbook team in Honduras has created virtual Zoom classrooms to provide educational opportunities for children throughout Latin America during the Covid-19 crisis.

Dozens of Children Rescued, but Roughly 200 Missing in Northern Ohio Alone

While the election, the pandemic, and ongoing Black Lives Matter protests have held much of the media's attention, authorities in states across the country are working to find missing kids who may be the victims of sex trafficking. 

Hunger Pains During COVID-19

Jessica and her disabled husband’s fixed income leaves little to feed their four children during the COVID-19 pandemic, but a local ministry that partners with Operation Blessing ensures the entire family won’t go to bed hungry.

Drug Addict Turned Hope Dealer

Yolanda tried to escape physical abuse through drugs, but her addiction led to even greater physical and emotional maltreatment. With the mounting fear of a positive HIV test result, Yolanda turned to the only God with the ability to help her...

Thousands Pray for Woman with ARDS Diagnosis

Severely ill with a kidney infection and ARDS diagnosis, Sandra Bretting might not live throughout the night, so her husband notifies family and friends, which forms a community of thousands praying for a miracle.

Marriage

60 Years of Marriage—One Key Financial Principle

After 60 years of marriage, Tom and Maity have learned what it takes to be financially fulfilled and love life. Hear their inspiring story and apply their lessons to your life too.

Hope for a Marriage Six Figures in Debt

Imagine being six figures in debt and you and your spouse both losing your jobs. Seem hopeless? Murphy and Melissa walked through this and came out on top! See what they did to conquer debt that you can do too.

"I needed to love my wife the way Jesus loves the church”

Omar and Danielle Gonzalez began their relationship focused on the instant gratification of drugs, alcohol, and sex, but they learned that to preserve their marriage, it would take something beyond themselves...

The 700 Club - September 15, 2020

The Vaughan’s were $85,000 in debt early in their marriage. They took action to start paying it off, committing to one very important financial principle that turned a hobby into a full-time career! Find out what they did to find success and pay off debt.

Life-Changers: Leadership Talks with Peter Kairu

Jessica Datsko connects with Peter Kairuz, CEO of CBN Asia and host of The 700 Club Asia, to discuss different aspects of good leadership and pray for world leaders.

From Hobby to Successful Business

The Vaughan’s were $85,000 in debt early in their marriage. They took action to start paying it off, committing to one very important financial principle that turned a hobby into a full-time career! Find out what they did to find success and pay off debt.

Thousands Pray for Woman with ARDS Diagnosis

Severely ill with a kidney infection and ARDS diagnosis, Sandra Bretting might not live throughout the night, so her husband notifies family and friends, which forms a community of thousands praying for a miracle.

COVID-19 Complete Body Shut Down: God, I Need You

David Henry was diagnosed with COVID-19 just short of his 25th marriage anniversary and daughter’s wedding, but on Easter weekend the doctors called his wife with shocking news...

TPi - Love Is In The Air

A young married couple find their way back to each other after divorce. Worship Leader Dante Bowe, performs his hit song The Giant Is Dead on the TPi stage.

Your Questions, Honest Answers: - August 20, 2020

HOW DO I BUILD UP MY MARRIAGE? I AM ADDICTED TO DRINKING SODA POP. WHAT CAN I DO? I REALLY ENJOY IT. IS THIS A SIN?

TPi - Making Memories

A man unexpectedly loses his wife of 15 years the day they completed a book on marriage titled Emptied.

The 700 Club - August 10, 2020

A man leaves his family to live on the streets. Find out what saves his marriage. Plus, doctors say there’s a “wonder drug” that could treat COVID, so why is the media trying to stop it?

Revival Hits Home

Having both grown-up in abusive homes, Phillip and Darlena’s marriage suffered from a lack of communication and inner healing. Find out what brought revival to their home...

Is Wifely Submission a Trap for Women? Not if Their Husbands Use Authority Like Jesus: A Servant Leader

What does the Bible really mean when it tells women to submit to their husbands and men to be the head of their homes? One of America's most popular pastors and his wife – Tim and Kathy Keller – have gone deep into the scriptures to reveal the truth that shows in no way is one spouse supposed to lord it over the other. In fact, the kind of leader God promotes is the one who'll be a servant first and foremost.

The Shocking Truth About the 'Marxists' Behind Black Lives Matter Organization: 'No Forgiveness, No Reconciliation'

"Black Lives Matter" is one of the most popular phrases in America today – the mantra that's been sweeping the world since the murder of George Floyd. But there's a huge difference between the well-intentioned activists pushing for racial equality and the people who run the "Black Lives Matter" organization.

Parenting

The Global Lane - EP411 - September 17, 2020

Big changes & peace in Sudan; Similar results. 6-months of Covid-19 restrictions in the US, but no lockdown in Sweden; Majority of young American adults still living at home with their parents; Cuties. Cinematic brilliance, or child pornography?

Child Sex Predators Taking Advantage of Increased Online Prey Thanks to COVID

A leading crime prevention expert offers tips to prevent kids from being victimized online.

More Questions Answered - The Superbook Show

Morgan and Joel dedicate a whole episode to answering viewer's questions.

'COVID Slide': A Learning Mystery and Potential Headache for Educators, Parents and Students

Back to school this year can mean virtual or not, but for many K thru 12 students and teachers it's going to be a struggle. One reason is what's known as the COVID slide.

12-year-old Drowns and His Sister Sings Him Back to Life

During an annual 4th of July celebration at the beach, the Floyd’s are horrified when their 12-year-old son Levi is found lifeless in the water. During non-stop rounds of CPR, his sister sings praises to God and everything changes...

Can Gov't Make COVID Vaccinations Mandatory? Many Vaccinations Already Are

President Trump has promised a vaccine to fight the Covid-19 coronavirus by year’s end.   Recent polls show, however, up to 35 percent of Americans say they won’t get it.   In that case, could government leaders make it mandatory? 

700 Club Interactive - August 28, 2020

Michael's parents were alcoholics and his father was abusive. When his mother went to jail, Michael turned to drugs and crime, but made a promise to God when an officer gave him a break.

Obeying Bad Parents - The Superbook Show

Josie and MollyJean answer a viewer's question: should I obey my parents even if they are bad?

13-year-old Entrepreneur Tithes with Joy

13-year-old entrepreneur Sofia Kunst always tithes from her successful tapestry business but what she receives is even better...

Riots Force Christian Immigrant Family to Close Chicago Eatery: ‘If They’re Gonna Protest, We’re Gonna Preach’

Juan Riesco and his brother, Jose, were heirs to a flourishing family business — Nini’s Deli — in downtown Chicago. But it all came crashing down in early June, when the beloved eatery, owned by their foreign-born parents, found itself in the crosshairs of the increasingly progressive Black Lives Matter movement.

CO Springs Christian School Superintendent Surprised at How Many Parents, Students Opted for In-Person Classes

More than eight in ten Christian schools plan to offer in-person education this fall, physically re-opening their campuses to students in the midst of the COVID- 19 pandemic, according to a new survey from the Association of Christian Schools International

Afflicted by Mysterious Stomach Pain

Emmitt Holt was preparing for a promising basketball season when suddenly he was struck with an excruciating stomach pain. His mother and team prayed earnestly for his recovery...

The 700 Club - August 20, 2020

A young man is in a coma after being smashed by an 18-wheeler. As his parents are told to brace for the worst, a miracle recover begins to unfold.

COVID-19 Brain Problems Reported in Adults and Children

Headaches, confusion, and depression are some of the brain issues now associated with Covid-19.

Prayer Link - August 11, 2020

As more and more parents consider homeschooling their kids this fall due to Covid-19, Author Erin Barry offers help to those who feel overwhelmed about the prospect. She discusses her book, “Yes! You Can Homeschool: The Terrified Parent’s Companion to Homeschool Success.” Plus we sit down the ladies behind the new Podcast, “Morning Cup of Faith,” to talk prayer and getting an extra little boost of faith to overcome the challenges of the day.

Relationships

"I needed to love my wife the way Jesus loves the church”

Omar and Danielle Gonzalez began their relationship focused on the instant gratification of drugs, alcohol, and sex, but they learned that to preserve their marriage, it would take something beyond themselves...

More Questions Answered - The Superbook Show

Morgan and Joel dedicate a whole episode to answering viewer's questions.

TPi - Love Is In The Air

A young married couple find their way back to each other after divorce. Worship Leader Dante Bowe, performs his hit song The Giant Is Dead on the TPi stage.

Red Dragon Rising in the Middle East: China's Growing Relationship With Iran

As President Trump works to lessen the dependence on trade with China, Beijing is busy forming new friendships. One strategic partnership may prove especially troublesome for the United States.

Connecting to a Greater Story

In his new book, “A Greater Story,” Sam Collier shares how to close the racial divide through authentic, intercultural relationships where people listen to understand.

The 700 Club - August 5, 2020

Author Sam Collier shares how to close the racial divide through authentic relationships. Plus, CBN News interviews the black activist who says the Black Lives Matter narrative is, “filled with lies.”

700 Club Interactive - July 31, 2020

Successful Hollywood production designer Becket Cook sought only success in his career and his relationships with men, until a conversation in a coffee shop pointed him to true love and fulfillment in Christ.

Dion DiMucci: Blues With Friends

American singer and songwriter Dion DiMucci recalls key relationships during his music career that inspired his new album, “Blues With Friends.” Amid current racial tensions, his music encourages people to come together in friendship and unity.

Pompeo Compares China's Bad Behavior to 'Frankenstein' as US-China Showdown Leads to Consulate Clash

The rocky relationship between America and China has gotten shakier.

Far From Perfect Still Has God’s Attention

“Home Sweet Home” actress Natasha Bure discusses being an influencer while maintaining an authentic relationship with God.

COVID-19 Face Mask Kit for All

Tammy’s “Mitsy Kit” enables the visually impaired and disabled to sew face masks and brings families together, including her own.

Why Black Parents Say Having 'The Talk' with Their Kids is Vital to Keeping Them Safe

The deaths of George Floyd and Rayshard Brooks have reignited conversations about racism, unfairness, and the relationship between blacks and cops. The subject is also what surrounds a more personal talk that African American parents have had with their kids for years. 

Erdogan Fans the Flames of Religious Intolerance: Christians Blamed for Bringing COVID-19 to Turkey

Christians and other religious minorities are being blamed for bringing COVID-19 to Turkey where a series of attacks on churches is sparking fear and insecurity among believers.

Prayer Link – Pastor Ministers on Frontlines of Chicago Violence - July 7, 202

Pastor Corey Brooks of Chicago, IL reaches out to gang members for his ministry on the frontlines in the gun war in Chicago. He says building such relationships is key to ending the violence. Plus Pastor Joshua Giles gives an update on the revival in Minneapolis and why he believes it’s the start of something greater.

Youth

Historian William Federer Explains Why America's Youth So Captivated by Socialism

Historian William J. Federer, author of Socialism: The Real History from Plato to The Present, talks to Pat Robertson about why young people today are so drawn to socialism.

How This Christian School Brings Healing to Troubled Kids, Including Freedom from LGBT Issues

After Bible college Trace Embry and his wife were led to look for land.  They purchased 200 acres and turned it into Shepherd's Hill Academy, a Christian boarding school for kids in crisis.  Endorsed by top Christian leaders such as Wall Builders' David Barton and the late Ravi Zacharias, youth from across America and 19 countries attend the school, which boasts a strong academic and spiritual environment.

'This Is How Revolutions Start': America's Youth Acting Out on Decades of 'Leftist Indoctrination'

America has had riots before, but never have they seemed to have the approval or acceptance of a major political party.

'Perfectly Wounded': Retired Navy SEAL Shot 27 Times Hopes Readers of New Book Build Resiliency

After miraculously surviving an al Qaeda attack in Iraq where he was shot 27 times, retired Navy SEAL Senior Chief Mike Day has been described as "perfectly wounded", the title of his new book. He hopes it helps readers build resiliency.

One Man’s Journey from County Lockup to City Hall

Jermaine Wilson followed an unlikely path to becoming Mayor of Leavenworth, Kansas. An at-risk youth who fell into all the traps, Jermaine found a hope and purpose that helped him turn his life around.

Pandemic to Worsen the Epidemics of Porn Addiction & Loneliness

Continued lockdowns mean more isolation, which can pour fuel on two major issues facing society: loneliness and porn addiction.  Christian author Josh McDowell stated that even before the pandemic, “All research showed the number one epidemic globally – in every country of the world – was loneliness.”  It hits colleges especially hard with two-thirds of students feeling  “very lonely.”  Two other conditions hitting hard during these days: depression and anxiety.  All three feed into porn addiction.

Bringing Food to Families Amidst COVID-19 Crisis

Operation Blessing partners with Youth World to provide food for families struggling with the COVID-19 crisis.

'There is Hope for My Nation': Evangelist Reaches the Youth of Georgia for Christ

A Christian evangelist from Georgia, part of the former Soviet Union, sets out to reach the next generation with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

TPi - Free Too Be Me

A South African youth finds himself at death’s door after addiction takes hold of his life. TPi gets a sneak peek into the life of Studio 5 host, Efrem Graham.

Discover Your Body’s Natural Age Fighter

It may not be the fountain of youth, but it’s the next best thing. Dr. John Axe goes inside, “The Collagen Diet,” and shares how it’s able to rejuvenate our bodies.

The Global Lane - EP330 - January 30, 2020

Holocaust remembrance & Auschwitz anniversary. Never again? Primary season & African American choice for president; Landmark trade deal signed, but is danger ahead? Youth view of impeachment; God & man's silence, life lessons & genocide.

Faithwire - Why People Leave the Faith - January 27, 2020

This week Aaron Rodgers announced that he has left the faith of his youth, but what he is saying is more common than you’d think. Dan and Dale discuss why people leave the faith on this week’s episode of Faith vs. Culture.

'They Want to Be a Light in Darkness': Church Leaders on Challenges of Raising Next Generation

Pastors and Christian leaders talk about how to raise Godly children in the current toxic culture.

'There's No Telling Where My Life Would Be' Without Dallas Ministry to Inner-City Kids 

Dallas ministry has been reaching out to inner-city kids for 26 years.

Turning Sports Fields into Fields of Faith: Christian Student Movement Reaching Millions

About 250,000 coaches, student-athletes, and their friends have been coming together this fall for what they call "Fields of Faith." Their goal is to show that God and sports make an awesome and powerful combo.  

'I Didn't Want to Believe It': Church Remembers Youth Pastor Gunned Down in His Home By Dallas Police Officer One Year Ago

26-year-old Botham Jean, an accountant, worship leader, and St. Lucia native was fatally shot September 6, 2018, when Dallas police officer Amber Guyger entered his home.  A year later, his friends and family are working to keep his legacy alive. 

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