Bobby Schuller — the founder’s grandson — has established his own, more intimate church, seeking to evolve with the times.
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Once one of the nation’s most popular televangelists, the Rev. Robert H. Schuller is watching his life’s work crumble.
The church is in financial turmoil: It plans to sell more than $65 million worth of its Orange County property to pay off debt.
The Rev. Robert A. Schuller, ousted in October as the preacher of the long-running Christian television program “Hour of Power,” has resigned as senior pastor at the Crystal Cathedral and plans to open his own ministry.
Church founder Robert H. Schuller removed his son as the sole preacher on the 39-year-old television show after the younger Schuller, three years into the job, refused to rotate his role with other pastors, the church said.
It remained vague Saturday what prompted the schism between the father and son who have been the face of “Hour of Power,” which is syndicated worldwide.
Knievel spoke for about 20 minutes to more than 4,000 people who gathered inside the Crystal Cathedral for services, telling them how he’d been a sinner all his life and now things had changed.
Pushing ahead with his father’s brand of unfettered optimism, the Rev. Robert A. Schuller plans to attract more young people to the Crystal Cathedral and recruit a million new members around the globe. The handsome pastor assumes the post of his father, the Rev. Robert H. Schuller, a charismatic figure who built the nation’s first megachurch and influenced religious leaders worldwide. Groomed for decades to head Crystal Cathedral Ministries, the younger Schuller has experienced firsthand the ideas and leadership style of his father. It was announced Sunday that he will become head pastor of the church Jan. 22. “From the
The Crystal Cathedral didn’t have to look far to find its next senior pastor. Robert H. Schuller, head of the famed all-glass church southeast of Los Angeles, told his congregation Sunday that his son, Robert A. Schuller, will succeed him. Robert H. Schuller Robert H. Schuller is sometimes referred to as “the evangelist without a gospel.” Known for his unorthodox and heretical, pseudo-Christian teachings. In Schuller’s message, man, not Jesus, takes center stage. In violation of the Bible‘s teachings, and in a calculated departure from orthodox Christianity, Schuller is a religious pluralist. His views on this issue are considered heretical,
Contrary to popular belief, the Bible doesn’t contain the phrase, “God helps those who help themselves.” But you could say it’s the story of Robert Schuller‘s life. Schuller, 79, rose from obscure origins in rural Iowa to become one of the most influential preachers in the world. About 10,000 people attend services at the Crystal Cathedral, his enormous glass church in Garden Grove, Calif., every week. At least a million visit it every year. More than 30 million people in 184 countries tune in to his weekly Sunday-morning “Hour of Power” services on TV. He’s published 34 books and befriended
One of television’s most famous ministers sat behind a wall of books inside the Costco in Plano. Dr. Robert H. Schuller was almost engulfed by a vast leather chair, near a leather sofa — a makeshift living room in a warehouse of merchandise. Robert Schuller Robert H. Schuller is sometimes referred to as “the evangelist without a gospel.” Known for his unorthodox and heretical, pseudo-Christian teachings. In Schuller’s message, man, not Jesus, takes center stage. In violation of the Bible‘s teachings, and in a calculated departure from orthodox Christianity, Schuller is a religious pluralist. His views on this issue are