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In his new book, “Your Time is Now,” author and mentor Jonathan Evans shares steps on how to find one’s purpose and calling in the kingdom of God.

Mark Gerson’s book, “The Telling,” reveals a rich and meaningful life within the Haggadah, a Jewish text read during the Passover Seder.

In John Cooper’s book, “Awake & Alive to Truth,” he differentiates between a corrupted culture centered around ‘self’ and God’s loving and...

Tim Tebow children's book, "Bronco and Friends: A Party to Remember," will brighten your day and encourage children to recognize their innate value...

Lina, 10, lived in a Cambodian Buddhist family and asked questions about God: “Is He real? Where does He live?” No one could give her the answers—...

At only three years old, Anne’s safety and security were stolen by a sexual abuser. In adulthood, she sought same-sex relationships until a...

In her book, "Joy Like a Mountain," Talasi Guerra shares the key ingredients to experiencing joy in the journey of life.

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

NFL’s most accomplished punter Thomas Morstead reminds families to focus this additional time at home due to COVID-19 on strengthening their...

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

Experienced mother and grandmother, Susan Alexander Yates, shares 100 at-home activities for kids in her book, Cousin Camp.

Phil Vischer discusses faith, new episodes of VeggieTales, and the Laugh and Learn Bible for Kids.

Chris’s son loved CBN’s Superbook, so he started watching The 700 Club. The more he watched, the more he liked the ministry's other missions.

Hugh Ross discusses the possibility of life on other planets, and the intrigue with aliens and Area 51.

On a trip up Mount Everest, Irene Rollins learned the secret to conquering this mountain was the same as conquering her addiction.

Because he was born without arms, everything Daniel Ritchie does draws attention and questions. But Daniel explains how being different in this...

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