700 Club – Monday-Friday at 3PM & 9PM

 700_Club_logoThe 700 Club is a live television program that airs each weekday. It is produced before a studio audience at the broadcast facilities of The Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) in Virginia Beach, Virginia. On the air continuously since 1966, it is one of the longest-running programs in broadcast history. The program is hosted by Pat Robertson, Terry Meeuwsen, and Gordon Robertson, with news anchor Lee Webb. The 700 Club is a mix of news and commentary, interviews, feature stories, and Christian ministry.

Airs Monday-Friday at 3PM & 9PM

Quick Study – Monday-Friday at 2:30PM

QuickStudyTV_RodJaniceHembree Co-hosted by Rod and Janice Hembree, Quick Study TV explores the world’s oldest book, the Bible, by going through all of its pages in one year. All 66 books of the Bible are uncovered and searched…

Airs Monday-Friday at 2:30PM

New Life Live With Steve Arterburn – Monday-Friday at 1PM

stevearterburnNew Life Live is America’s #1 Christian counseling call-in show. Author and New Life Ministries founder, Steve Arterburn, along with his tag-team of co-hosts, offer advice and address issues concerning spiritual, relational and emotional issues within our culture today.

Airs Monday-Friday at 1PM.

Texas Law Bannning Abortions After 20 Weeks Begins Today

Today, a law protecting unborn children in Texas who can feel pain will go into effect. 

Governor Rick Perry signed the bill on July 18 and the 20-week abortion ban portion of the measure takes effect today despite a lawsuitchallenging other parts of the law.

That central portion of HB 2, protecting pain-capable unborn children is based on the Pain Capable-Unborn Child Protection Act, drafted by National Right to Life. Texas will now join nine other states in prohibiting the excruciating deaths of the smallest members of our human family, NRLC tells LifeNews.

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Texas Judge: Planned Parenthood Can Put Women at Risk From Dangerous Abortions

A Texas judge today issued an opinion striking down two parts of a Texas pro-life law that protects women from dangerous abortions.

The judge blocked part of the law that required its doctors to have the right to admit patients to local hospitals. Texas became one of several states that require abortion doctors to have admitting privileges at local hospitals so women can be treated when they are victimized by botched abortions.

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