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The CBN News Daily Rundown - Audio Podcast

The U.S. is celebrating the safe release of four hostages from a Texas synagogue on Saturday. A British gunman held the rabbi and three others in captivity for eleven, terrifying hours before being killed by the FBI's hostage rescue team. An investigation into the act of terror has escalated to an international level with the FBI and UK probing the potential motive behind the attack. CBN News Senior Reporter Dale Hurd is on today's podcast to talk about what we know and the truth behind the attack that many are afraid to name.   Also in this episode…  Less than a week away from the biggest pro-life event of the year, March for Life, we're taking a look at what we're marching for: up close and in detail. Nearly two decades after 3D and 4D ultrasound technology made its debut, the science is better than ever and changing the way women view their pregnancy. CBN News Reporter Charlene Aaron talks about what modern science is revealing to us and how it's key to taking down Roe v. Wade. 

The CBN News Daily Rundown - Audio Podcast
SCOTUS Shuts Down Biden's Vaccine Mandate

The CBN News Daily Rundown - Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022


This week, the Supreme Court ruled 6-3 that President Joe Biden's vaccine mandate affecting large businesses was unconstitutional. The six conservative-leaning justices ruled against the mandate, enforced through OSHA, that required employees to either get vaccinated or be tested and masked while at work. Three liberal-leaning judges dissented, saying their colleagues were subverting the judgment of health experts for their own. But it wasn't a total defeat for the President, as the High Court sided with him over the need for health care workers to be vaccinated. CBN News' Gary Lane joins the Rundown to discuss the ramifications of this ruling, as well as his interview with an author who is warning automation and artificial intelligence can have a negative effect on our Christian faith. Also, violent crime is up in several major cities across the country, with some municipalities seeing record-high spikes. Local activists, church leaders and criminologists spoke to CBN News Reporter Charlene Aaron about the epidemic of violence in our nation's urban areas, and she joins the Rundown to discuss next steps and how Christian churches can help.

The CBN News Daily Rundown - Audio Podcast
Inflation Soars, Biden Approval Plummets

The CBN News Daily Rundown - Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022


Americans are starting to feel the pressure of changing economic conditions, namely inflation soaring to levels not seen since 1982. Prices for everyday items like food and gasoline are climbing, leaving President Biden in the hot seat as he promised earlier this summer that inflation would be transitory and not long lasting. We break down this plus Pastor John MacArthur makes headlines after an edited clip goes viral, and is the federal government keeping a database of individuals who seek religious exemptions to the vaccine mandate? These stories and more on today's Daily Rundown.

The CBN News Daily Rundown - Audio Podcast

The Omicron variant is ramping up with daily case averages nearing seven hundred thousand. But with millions of unvaccinated Americans' jobs on the line, so are the legal battles against the vaccine mandate. The U.S. awaits a decision by the Supreme Court following arguments last Friday about President Biden's far-reaching vaccine mandate. Meanwhile, employers with 100 or more employees are implementing testing requirements and mask orders to meet today's compliance deadline. CBN News Medical Reporter Lorie Johnson is on today's podcast episode to talk about how the mandate might stand up in court, how the Omicron variant is spreading, and the best tools we have to fight COVID in the long run.

The CBN News Daily Rundown - Audio Podcast
January 6 and a Divided America

The CBN News Daily Rundown - Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022


This week, the U.S. marked the one year anniversary of the January 6 riots on Capitol Hill in the wake of the challenged 2020 presidential election. In a fiery speech aimed at his predecessor, President Joe Biden laid the blame for what happened on former President Donald Trump's claims the elections were stolen, and U.S. Capitol Police officials testified that, while department force levels are down, they feel they are better equipped to protect the Capitol moving forward. Over the past year, many say the attack on the Capitol has resulted in a more divided America, and national security experts are concerned that the growing division is impacting national security. CBN News National Security Correspondent Caitlin Burke joins the Rundown to talk all things January 6. Also, a closing story of survival as two Oregon hikers are found after being missing for a week in the snowy, mountainous wilderness. Hear about their dramatic rescue this week on the Rundown as well!

The CBN News Daily Rundown - Audio Podcast
Biden, Harris Set to Speak on Anniversary of January 6 Riots

The CBN News Daily Rundown - Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022


Despite a nation currently dealing with several critical issues - namely a surging pandemic, shaky economy, and bitter divisiveness - President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris will both shine a light on the one year anniversary of the January 6th riots in Washington, DC. Plus, five children are suffering the unimaginable as they lose BOTH parents in just four months as a local pastor steps in to rally massive support. These stories and more on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.

The CBN News Daily Rundown - Audio Podcast
Jihadists Rising in East Africa

The CBN News Daily Rundown - Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022


Three years after the defeat of the Islamic State caliphate, ISIS is still terrorizing the world. At its height, the Islamic State, or ISIS, held about a third of Syria and forty percent of Iraq. In 2015, ISIS expanded outside the caliphate into a network of affiliates in at least 8 other countries. With affiliates carrying out attacks in Nigeria, Afghanistan and now Uganda, people are bracing for future attacks while the U.S. considers its role in fighting Islamic extremism. CBN News Senior International Correspondent Gary Lane is on today's episode to talk about the growing terror threat in East Africa along with the hotspots to watch in 2022.

M2 The Rock
WE ARE ALL ADDICTS - NO NEW YEARS RESOLUTION

M2 The Rock

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 22:38


NEW YEARS RESOLUTION - DON'T MAKE ONEDALLAS, TX – Michael Molthan doesn't shy away from talking about his painful past of drug and alcohol addiction. On his talk show called, M2-The Rock, he shares how he went from building homes to being homeless."When I had the homebuilding company my behaviors were getting worse and worse," Molthan told CBN News. "My consequences were getting worse and worse."Molthan was arrested on a drug charge in 2009. "I had a large amount of cocaine in my truck," he explained. "I was intoxicated, and I was arrested. And I'll never forget that when they took me down to the jail, I had my very first mug shot."Hitting Rock Bottom26 mug shots later, Molthan hit rock bottom. "When I look back, that's how the word powerless – I'm powerless over this deadly disease," he said. Feeling agitated, anxious, and facing three years behind bars, Molthan underwent a spiritual encounter after an inmate asked him to read to him. "I grab this book from a gang-banger, a black panther, and he used it as a pillow," he explained. "Brand new book and it was the Living Recovery Bible, New Living Translation. Now, these are black words on white paper at the time. They're not meaning anything to me. Next thing I know, four days have passed by and I started thinking about this and I go, four days just went by and I wasn't anxious. I wasn't in fear. I was calm, and I was at peace."Life-Changing MomentLater that night, he experienced another life-changing moment. "I couldn't breathe," he recounted. "All of a sudden I felt all this trash and hatred and anger and resentment and everything just coming out of my body like flies. All this stuff was just coming out. And I just took this breath and I just go something magical happened and I was full of love, and looking around I loved everybody." "I started preaching and I didn't realize what I was doing," he said. "And I did it at the end of every dinner."Paperwork Error Leads to Early ReleaseIn 2017, a paperwork error led to Molthan's accidental release. So, with no money or food, he walked 300 miles to ask judge Jennifer Bennett to send him back to jail. "I walk in there to turn myself in and I'm excited," says Molthan. "I'm like, 'I'm going to go back to prison. I'm going to do my time, get this over with and get this behind me.' I mean, complete acceptance. God is running the show, right?"He continued, "I walk in there and Judge Bennett says, 'Mr. Molthan there's obviously someone a lot bigger working in your life than me and I'm not going to get in the way.' And she set me free. And she said, 'I want you to come back tomorrow with the self-correct program. I want you to go pay it forward."'And Molthan is doing just that by sharing his story of freedom and sobriety with those seeking help for addiction.Helping Others Trapped by AddictionMichael Molthan's passion is to help people by “raising the bottom” so that no one has to experience the pain that he endured.Molthan's speaking style is so relatable and he loves sharing his love for God and Jesus Christ.M2 is quoted by saying:“When It Comes To Religion I Am An Atheist BUT When It Comes To The Gospel, The Truth, and The Word of God I Am All In”!To inquire about Michael Molthan's rates and availability, email M2@M2THEROCK.COMwww.M2THEROCK.COM

REELTalk with Audrey Russo
REELTalk: TX Gubernatorial Candidate LTC Allen West, Super Bowl Champ Rep. Burgess Owens and CBNNews Senior Reporter Dale Hurd

REELTalk with Audrey Russo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 116:20


Joining Audrey for this week's REELTalk - After a year of nothing but bad news Biden…is there hope ahead for 2022? Well we're going to discuss this with Super Bowl Champ Congressman BURGESS OWENS! Plus, It's been said what as CA goes, so goes the nation. But I say, as Texas goes so goes the nation. Does this critical State hold the future of our Republic? We'll hit this and more with TX Gubernatorial Candidate LTC ALLEN WEST! And, We're about to review where we are as a free people and if we are still indeed free. Does 2022 still hold promise of a new beginning? We'll discuss this and more with CBNNews Senior Reporter DALE HURD! In the words of Benjamin Franklin, "If we do not hang together, we shall surely hang separately." Come hang with us...

America's Roundtable
Chris Mitchell | Update from Israel on Christmas Day | US-Israel Relations | Iran Nuclear Threat | The Abraham Accords

America's Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 30:09


Chris Mitchell, CBN News' Middle East Bureau Chief joins America's Roundtable co-hosts Natasha Srdoc and Joel Anand Samy in a timely conversation on the current state of US-Israel relations, and the Iran threat targeting Israel, the region and US interests. Chris Mitchell in his international broadcast piece and online platform states: “The war of words between Israel and Iran is intensifying. The rhetoric comes at a time when the nuclear talks in Vienna to stop Iran's nuclear program seem stalled. When Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz met with US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin last week, he reportedly presented a timeline for an Israeli attack on Iran's nuclear program and told Lloyd that Israel is “preparing for the Iranian challenge at the operational level.” The discussion also brings to the forefront the waning support of American support for Israel, including the dramatic decline of Evangelical youth and America's center-left for the Jewish state's sovereignty. The greater concerns of the BDS movement targeting Israel remains a growing concern adversely impacting Arab and Jewish families working in companies located in Judea and Samaria, also known as the West Bank. In light of the challenges faced by the inhabitants of the Middle East, America's Roundtable co-hosts Natasha Srdoc and Joel Anand Samy review the accomplishments of the Abraham Accords which were signed a year ago in Washington, DC and how Israel and Arab states are promoting people-to-people exchanges and advancing trade and investments. Chris Mitchell also highlights the renovations at the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, Judea and Samaria, and how 2.5 billion Christians around the world including 70% of Americans celebrate the religious events which began in the Holy Land. https://ileaderssummit.org/services/americas-roundtable-radio/ https://ileaderssummit.org/ | https://jerusalemleaderssummit.com/ America's Roundtable on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/americas-roundtable/id1518878472 Twitter: @ChrisCBNNews @ileaderssummit @NatashaSrdoc @JoelAnandUSA America's Roundtable is co-hosted by Natasha Srdoc and Joel Anand Samy, co-founders of International Leaders Summit and the Jerusalem Leaders Summit. America's Roundtable from Washington D.C. informs, educates, empowers and challenges the listening audience about the importance to restore, strengthen, and protect our freedoms, the rule of law, and free markets. America's Roundtable advances the ideas of freedom, the significance of freedom of speech, limited government, and the application of free market principles to solve problems. America's Roundtable presents in-depth analysis of current events and public policy issues while applying America's founding principles. America's Roundtable radio program - a strategic initiative of International Leaders Summit, focuses on America's economy, healthcare reform, rule of law, security and trade, and its strategic partnership with rule of law nations around the world. The radio program features high-ranking US administration officials, cabinet members, members of Congress, state government officials, distinguished diplomats, business and media leaders and influential thinkers from around the world. America's Roundtable is aired by Lanser Broadcasting Corporation on 96.5 FM and 98.9 FM, covering Michigan's major market and the upper Midwest, SuperTalk Mississippi Media's 12 radio stations and 50 affiliates reaching every county in Mississippi and also heard in parts of the neighboring states, including Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana and Tennessee, and through podcast on Apple Podcasts and other key online platforms.

Loving Liberty Radio Network
12-24-2021 Washington Watch Live with Tony Perkins

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 54:10


Chris Mitchell, Middle East Bureau Chief for CBN News, joins us from the Holy Land to discuss how we can be praying for Israel and believers in the Middle East in this season. Dr. Ben Carson, Founder and Chairman of the American Cornerstone Institute, shares what the birth of Christ means to him. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

M2 The Rock
WHY AM I SAD ON CHRISTMAS DAY

M2 The Rock

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 8:14


MICHAEL MOLTHAN - M2 THE ROCK | CHARISMATIC SPEAKER | WE ARE ALL ADDICTSDALLAS, TX – Michael Molthan doesn't shy away from talking about his painful past of drug and alcohol addiction. On his talk show called, M2-The Rock, he shares how he went from building homes to being homeless."When I had the homebuilding company my behaviors were getting worse and worse," Molthan told CBN News. "My consequences were getting worse and worse."Molthan was arrested on a drug charge in 2009. "I had a large amount of cocaine in my truck," he explained. "I was intoxicated, and I was arrested. And I'll never forget that when they took me down to the jail, I had my very first mug shot."Hitting Rock Bottom26 mug shots later, Molthan hit rock bottom. "When I look back, that's how the word powerless – I'm powerless over this deadly disease," he said. Feeling agitated, anxious, and facing three years behind bars, Molthan underwent a spiritual encounter after an inmate asked him to read to him. "I grab this book from a gang-banger, a black panther, and he used it as a pillow," he explained. "Brand new book and it was the Living Recovery Bible, New Living Translation. Now, these are black words on white paper at the time. They're not meaning anything to me. Next thing I know, four days have passed by and I started thinking about this and I go, four days just went by and I wasn't anxious. I wasn't in fear. I was calm, and I was at peace."Life-Changing MomentLater that night, he experienced another life-changing moment. "I couldn't breathe," he recounted. "All of a sudden I felt all this trash and hatred and anger and resentment and everything just coming out of my body like flies. All this stuff was just coming out. And I just took this breath and I just go something magical happened and I was full of love, and looking around I loved everybody." "I started preaching and I didn't realize what I was doing," he said. "And I did it at the end of every dinner."Paperwork Error Leads to Early ReleaseIn 2017, a paperwork error led to Molthan's accidental release. So, with no money or food, he walked 300 miles to ask judge Jennifer Bennett to send him back to jail. "I walk in there to turn myself in and I'm excited," says Molthan. "I'm like, 'I'm going to go back to prison. I'm going to do my time, get this over with and get this behind me.' I mean, complete acceptance. God is running the show, right?"He continued, "I walk in there and Judge Bennett says, 'Mr. Molthan there's obviously someone a lot bigger working in your life than me and I'm not going to get in the way.' And she set me free. And she said, 'I want you to come back tomorrow with the self-correct program. I want you to go pay it forward."'And Molthan is doing just that by sharing his story of freedom and sobriety with those seeking help for addiction.Helping Others Trapped by Addiction

FRC - Washington Watch with Tony Perkins
Washington Watch - December 24, 2021

FRC - Washington Watch with Tony Perkins

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021


On this Christmas Eve edition of Washington Watch: Chris Mitchell, Middle East Bureau Chief for CBN News, joins us from the Holy Land to discuss how we can be praying for Israel and believers in the Middle East in this season; Dr. Ben Carson,

The CBN News Daily Rundown - Audio Podcast
Migrants Accepting Christ in Droves at This Mexican Border Church

The CBN News Daily Rundown - Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021


CBN's George Thomas recently visited a Mexican church situated just south of the US/Mexico border, where a pastor is serving the physical needs of thousands of migrants while sharing the Gospel with them as well. His story is a shining example of what happens when we trust and follow God. The story begins at the 13:00 mark in the podcast as we round up several top news stories of the day.

M2 The Rock
“I DON'T KNOW” is “THE ANSWER” - M2 The ROCK

M2 The Rock

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 22:03


MICHAEL MOLTHAN - M2 THE ROCK | CHARISMATIC SPEAKER | WE ARE ALL ADDICTSLeaving aside the drink & drug question, Michael Molthan - M2 The Rock shares why living was so unsatisfactory. Today, Michael Molthan - M2 share's and show that the consciousness of the Presence of Jesus Christ is today the most important fact of his life, M2 present's a powerful reason why one should have faith.“I have been given a life I don't deserve. A life I never expected, designed, or wanted”. -Michael Molthan - M2 As a result of being forgiving, grateful, and finally accepting his role in the trauma that he received, Michael Molthan can help others by sharing the supernatural experience he received and is still receiving as a result of true forgiveness.DALLAS, TX – Michael Molthan doesn't shy away from talking about his painful past of drug and alcohol addiction. On his talk show called, M2-The Rock, he shares how he went from building homes to being homeless."When I had the homebuilding company my behaviors were getting worse and worse," Molthan told CBN News. "My consequences were getting worse and worse."Molthan was arrested on a drug charge in 2009. "I had a large amount of cocaine in my truck," he explained. "I was intoxicated, and I was arrested. And I'll never forget that when they took me down to the jail, I had my very first mug shot."Hitting Rock Bottom26 mug shots later, Molthan hit rock bottom. "When I look back, that's how the word powerless – I'm powerless over this deadly disease," he said. Feeling agitated, anxious, and facing three years behind bars, Molthan underwent a spiritual encounter after an inmate asked him to read to him. "I grab this book from a gang-banger, a black panther, and he used it as a pillow," he explained. "Brand new book and it was the Living Recovery Bible, New Living Translation. Now, these are black words on white paper at the time. They're not meaning anything to me. Next thing I know, four days have passed by and I started thinking about this and I go, four days just went by and I wasn't anxious. I wasn't in fear. I was calm, and I was at peace."Life-Changing MomentLater that night, he experienced another life-changing moment. "I couldn't breathe," he recounted. "All of a sudden I felt all this trash and hatred and anger and resentment and everything just coming out of my body like flies. All this stuff was just coming out. And I just took this breath and I just go something magical happened and I was full of love, and looking around I loved everybody." "I started preaching and I didn't realize what I was doing," he said. "And I did it at the end of every dinner."Paperwork Error Leads to Early ReleaseIn 2017, a paperwork error led to Molthan's accidental release. So, with no money or food, he walked 300 miles to ask judge Jennifer Bennett to send him back to jail. "I walk in there to turn myself in and I'm excited," says Molthan. "I'm like, 'I'm going to go back to prison. I'm going to do my time, get this over with and get this behind me.' I mean, complete acceptance. God is running the show, right?"He continued, "I walk in there and Judge Bennett says, 'Mr. Molthan there's obviously someone a lot bigger working in your life than me and I'm not going to get in the way.' And she set me free. And she said, 'I want you to come back tomorrow with the self-correct program. I want you to go pay it forward."'And Molthan is doing just that by sharing his story of freedom and sobriety with those seeking help for addiction.Helping Others Trapped by Addiction

The CBN News Daily Rundown - Audio Podcast
The Death of Build Back Better?

The CBN News Daily Rundown - Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021


Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) surprised the political world when he announced over the weekend that he cannot support President Biden's Build Back Better agenda as it currently exists in the Senate, throwing the fate of the controversial bill into limbo. Some in the White House and on Capitol Hill are holding out hope the bill can be revived, but what would it have to look like in order to get the approval of Manchin and another moderate Democrat, Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona? What does this mean for Democrats and their paper-thin majority in Washington? Also, some high-ranking Republican senators are pushing for the Senate to take up the Taylor Force Martyr Prevention Payment Act, which would close a loophole that is allowing the families of people who commit acts of terrorism to receive payment for their martyrdom. Capitol Hill reporter Abigail Robertson joins The Rundown to talk about both stories.

M2 The Rock
2019 - M2 THE ROCK with JUGGLING THE JENKINS - TIFFANY JENKINS

M2 The Rock

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 43:54


TIFFANY JENKINS IN 2019 MEETS M2 THE ROCKTiffany Jenkins is a wife, and mother to three awesome human beings. She realized her love of writing last year when she started her blog, “Juggling the Jenkins”, where she writes about motherhood, addiction and marriage. Tiffany has acquired a huge social media following where her videos receive millions of views.She uses her platform to help and inspire others who are struggling with mother-hood, mental health, addiction, and those who just need a good laugh. Her articles have been featured on “BLUNTmoms.com”, “Themighty.com” and “Thoughtcatalog.com”, and her Blog and Face-book page have been covered on several news outlets and television programs.This month she will be celebrating five years clean and sober from drugs and alcohol. She feels that publishing a book, is a wonderful way to celebrate this milestone.https://www.facebook.com/jugglingthej... (less)DALLAS, TX – Michael Molthan doesn't shy away from talking about his painful past of drug and alcohol addiction. On his talk show called, M2-The Rock, he shares how he went from building homes to being homeless."When I had the homebuilding company my behaviors were getting worse and worse," Molthan told CBN News. "My consequences were getting worse and worse."Molthan was arrested on a drug charge in 2009. "I had a large amount of cocaine in my truck," he explained. "I was intoxicated, and I was arrested. And I'll never forget that when they took me down to the jail, I had my very first mug shot."Hitting Rock Bottom26 mug shots later, Molthan hit rock bottom. "When I look back, that's how the word powerless – I'm powerless over this deadly disease," he said. Feeling agitated, anxious, and facing three years behind bars, Molthan underwent a spiritual encounter after an inmate asked him to read to him. "I grab this book from a gang-banger, a black panther, and he used it as a pillow," he explained. "Brand new book and it was the Living Recovery Bible, New Living Translation. Now, these are black words on white paper at the time. They're not meaning anything to me. Next thing I know, four days have passed by and I started thinking about this and I go, four days just went by and I wasn't anxious. I wasn't in fear. I was calm, and I was at peace."Life-Changing MomentLater that night, he experienced another life-changing moment. "I couldn't breathe," he recounted. "All of a sudden I felt all this trash and hatred and anger and resentment and everything just coming out of my body like flies. All this stuff was just coming out. And I just took this breath and I just go something magical happened and I was full of love, and looking around I loved everybody." "I started preaching and I didn't realize what I was doing," he said. "And I did it at the end of every dinner."Paperwork Error Leads to Early ReleaseIn 2017, a paperwork error led to Molthan's accidental release. So, with no money or food, he walked 300 miles to ask judge Jennifer Bennett to send him back to jail. "I walk in there to turn myself in and I'm excited," says Molthan. "I'm like, 'I'm going to go back to prison. I'm going to do my time, get this over with and get this behind me.' I mean, complete acceptance. God is running the show, right?"He continued, "I walk in there and Judge Bennett says, 'Mr. Molthan there's obviously someone a lot bigger working in your life than me and I'm not going to get in the way.' And she set me free. And she said, 'I want you to come back tomorrow with the self-correct program. I want you to go pay it forward."'And Molthan is doing just that by sharing his story of freedom and sobriety with those seeking help for addiction.Helping Others Trapped by Addiction

The CBN News Daily Rundown - Audio Podcast

With Christmas just a week away, the families of 17 Christian missionaries who had been held hostage by a gang in Haiti will able to celebrate the holidays with their loved ones. This week, the remaining 12 missionaries were released, joining the five other missionaries who were set free back in November and earlier this month. Unfortunately, the news this week wasn't all good, as a devastating string of tornadoes ripped through Kentucky and other midwest states, leaving dozens dead and others still unaccounted for. Christian organizations like CBN's Operation Blessing are on hand to help residents deal with their loss and the destruction left behind, and to pray for the victims and those left homeless ahead of the holidays. CBN News reporter Brody Carter covered both these stories this week, and he joins us on The Rundown with the latest on both.

The CBN News Daily Rundown - Audio Podcast
Kidnapped Pastor Dies Sharing Gospel to Terrorists

The CBN News Daily Rundown - Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021


Kidnapped pastor dies sharing the Gospel to terrorists, Hollywood star bashes porn, atheists create bizarre nativity and how Christians can help tornado victims/relief efforts. These stories and more on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.

The CBN News Daily Rundown - Audio Podcast

In these days of deep, political divide, it's hard to find common ground – even within the Christian community. We're polarized over economics, sexuality, education, immigration, and the pandemic, hardly remembering we're at war with something much greater than each other. It's the spiritual war against evil that threatens to steal our life, our happiness, and our hope. One ministry in Washington, DC is dedicated to restoring hope to the hill. Their mission is simple: to provide prayer and pastoral support to all those whom God put in office. CBN News Capitol Hill Correspondent Abigail Robertson talked to Hope To The Hill Ministries and the members they're reaching. She's on today's podcast with a story that will prayerfully inspire hope in each of us, and inspire us to prayerfully lift up our leaders in Congress.

The CBN News Daily Rundown - Audio Podcast
Shining a Light on Missing and Murdered Indigenous People

The CBN News Daily Rundown - Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021


This week on The Rundown, CBN News reporter and anchor Mark Martin brings a story of tragedy among Native Americans, an epidemic of missing and murdered indigenous people. Under this wave of MMIP, Native American women are being murdered or have gone missing at a far higher rate than women of any other race or ethnicity, with little attention given by the media to their plight. Mark recently traveled to Montana to learn more about some of the personal stories of women who have gone missing, and spoke to local authorities, including Gov. Greg Gianforte, on what is being done to try and end this epidemic of missing and murdered Native American women.  But first, the United States is losing a war of artificial intelligence with China. National security officials note the Chinese have a large head start in the world of military AI, and the recent departure of a top US government official in frustration over the growing gap is ringing alarm bells. What's at stake if China does pull away from the United States in this area, what are the ethical concerns of the proliferation of artificial intelligence, and what does it mean for our privacy? CBN News Senior Reporter Dale Hurd joins the Rundown with more on his story.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast
The 700 Club - December 8, 2021

CBN.com - The 700 Club - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 51:51


An arm injury forces a truck drive to contemplate walking away from the job. See what he does instead. Plus, are advances in ultrasound technology making a difference in the fight for life. CBN News investigates on today's 700 Club.