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August 12 2019

"TBN Cares About Your Health. If we aren't healthy, the work of the Kingdom doesn't get done. Health is an important thing."

— Matt Crouch

A Better Way to Better Health
August 01 2019

There is a Better Way!

 
Summer is winding down, and the year is more than halfway gone, so let’s take a quick look back at the journey you and TBN have been on so
Your TBN is Becoming even Better
August 01 2019

Catch These New Original TBN Series This Fall!

 

ONE ON ONE

Kirk Cameron is back with some exciting new guests and familiar faces!

Tom Newman
February 01 2019

Bringing Encouragement and Inspiration to TBN Programming.

 

You may know him from Praise and other TBN Specials, where he encourages and inspires audiences around the world. Did you also know that Tom Newman is the head of content and development for TBN?

TBN February Gift Offer
February 01 2019

Claim Health and Abundance for You and Your Family.

 
Perry Stone reveals the secrets of “the Jewish DNA of success” that God’s chosen people have known for over 3,500 years. Learn how the Hebrew covenant of God, feasts, Sabbath, and more can be used to claim health and
Mandisa
January 23 2019

Help us to Have the Strength to Accept What Your Perfect Will is for Our Lives.

 

This is one of the most difficult prayers that a person can ask of God. As Christians, our lives are filled with immense joy of being in relationship with our Savior. We’re bonded to Heaven, our eternal destination. And we know for a fact

 

Michael Jr.
January 23 2019

Reframe Your Life's Work by Giving, Not Getting.

 

The first thing you notice upon meeting comedian Michael Jr. is that he’s got jokes. It’s impossible to not crack a smile when you’re around him. But in between the laughter is a large heart for God, and a relentless focus on helping make the world a better place...through comedy.

Erwin McManus
January 22 2019

Trust God and Step Out in Faith.

 

“Look before you leap,” that’s how the idiom goes. Contained within that nugget of conventional wisdom is the idea that we should be as certain as possible before we risk, that we should ensure there are no dangers standing in our path. And as Christians, we’re very prone to think this way, explains Erwin McManus.

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