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"The 700 Club" is a talk show featuring guests, news and spiritual stories from a Christian perspective. News stories are often related to Bible passages. Fundamentalist preacher and one-time presidential candidate Pat Robertson hosts this long-running religious show.

Latest episodes

aired today
Chris Pyles felt God was sending him on a mission to spread the Good News through "Race Across America." He reveals how a heart attack almost ended his plans.
aired 2 days ago
An opiate prescription started her descent into drug addiction. Once a loving wife and mother, Kia ended up a homeless heroin addict until she cried out to God for help.
aired 3 days ago
Matt McCarthy, MD explores the cutting-edge science in the fight against antibiotic-resistant bacteria known as superbugs. "Superbugs: The Race to Stop an Epidemic."
aired 6 days ago
Rwanda genocide 25th anniversary -- a look at the Rwanda genocide that killed a million people. What triggered it and what is life like there now.
aired 7 days ago
Robert was suicidal during his teens. Then, a Christian friend challenged Rob to read the Bible and ask God to speak to him.
aired 8 days ago
How to use essential oils to do more than make your home smell nice. Which ones can help you lose weight and transform your health?
aired 9 days ago
A pastor's wife hides her alcoholism until friends intervene. She reveals her journey to freedom and hope.
aired 13 days ago
Inspiring stories of miracles and answered prayers from around the world.
aired 14 days ago
Amazing stories of people who have experienced God's blessings.
aired 15 days ago
Meet ordinary people who have experienced the extraordinary power of prayer.
aired 16 days ago
Remarkable stories of people who have experienced God's blessings.
aired 17 days ago
Amazing stories of God helping people around the world.
aired 20 days ago
Yaakov Katz is editor-in-chief of The Jerusalem Post and will talk about his new book, Shadow Strike: Inside Israel's Secret Mission to Eliminate Syrian Nuclear Power.
aired 21 days ago
Efrem Graham sits down with Chonda Pierce to talk to the funny lady about her new movie, "Unashamed."
aired 23 days ago
Bestselling author and Senator Mike Lee reveals the little-known stories behind the founder's takedown of a tyrannical king and the forgotten document that created America.
aired 27 days ago
For many years his goal was just to keep from sobering up. Then one day he looked in the mirror and didn't recognize himself.
aired 28 days ago
Scott Ross sits down with Ken Mansfield to talk about the Beatles' final concert and what he learned about life after working with the Fab Four.
aired 29 days ago
Twins' pitcher, Kyle Gibson shares the importance of finding your identity in Christ, not your game stats.
aired 30 days ago
There's a dangerous tactic resurfacing in politics ... some lawmakers, appear to be weaponizing religion.
aired 31 days ago
Leading Conservative, Ben Shapiro reveals what it takes to get America back on "The Right Side of History."
aired 36 days ago
From the filmmaker behind "Heaven is for Real" and "Miracles from Heaven" Devon Franklin, reveals his reasons for making "Breakthrough."

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