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They call it vybukh, or 'explosion.' It's the best word to describe what the Holy Spirit is doing among youth in Ukraine, where most churches have been ill-prepared to meet the needs of troubled teen-agers.
7:00PM EST 12/31/2000
Thousands of people around the world are forced into slavery and sexual exploitation. But one Christian organization, the International Justice Mission, is out to stop these atrocities.
7:00PM EST 1/31/2007
In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Christians have been working around the clock to help Gulf Coast residents rebuild.
8:00PM EDT 7/31/2006
Would you let immigrants from another country live under your roof? These families say they had no choice but to show Christian hospitality.
8:00PM EDT 9/30/2005
Nancy Alcorn didn't just stand on the sidelines and watch troubled girls throw their lives away. She built them a refuge.
8:00PM EDT 9/30/2004
As the number of homeless, abandoned children grows, caring Christians are reaching out with Christ's compassion.
8:00PM EDT 8/31/2004
Thousands of American children are caught in the foster care system. But Christians are working hard to place them in loving homes.
8:00PM EDT 7/31/2004
At a unique Christian children's hospital in Oklahoma, the most fragile kids find a love that only God can provide.
7:00PM EST 3/31/2004
A ministry born out of the compassion of a 12-year-old missionary boy is offering nourishment and the good news of Jesus to hundreds of youngsters in Guatemala and Mexico
8:00PM EDT 4/30/2002
Freddie García once was a heroin addict living for nothing more than his next fix. Today he and his wife, Ninfa, oversee a ministry that rescues people from the grip of drug addiction.
8:00PM EDT 7/31/2001