September 7, 1991 |
Doctors treating the Rev. Robert H. Schuller in Amsterdam on Friday upgraded his condition to stable after determining that medication prescribed to relieve swelling in his brain took effect overnight. The Garden Grove-based televangelist was "alert, verbal and he even briefly sat up in his chair," said Michael Nason, a spokesman for Schuller. "It's a lot better day than (Thursday)."
April 13, 1985 |
The Rev. Robert Schuller will convert 43 acres of prime real estate in Hawaii donated to his ministry by a Newport Beach philanthropist into a haven for group spiritual encounters, a spokesman for the minister said Thursday.
September 10, 1991 |
A week after undergoing emergency brain surgery, the Rev. Robert H. Schuller on Monday felt hearty enough to don a Los Angeles Rams cap and step onto a hospital balcony to give the thumbs-up sign to photographers. The brief appearance marked the first time Schuller, who will turn 65 Monday, has been out of his intensive-care room since surgeons relieved a blood clot between his skull and brain Sept. 1, spokesman Michael Nason said from Amsterdam.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 17, 1997
After making significant progress, the Rev. Robert H. Schuller was released from UCI Medical Center late Monday night following treatment for a minor heart attack, a Crystal Cathedral spokesman said. Schuller plans to rest at home and ease into pastoral duties at the Garden Grove church, which he founded, said Michael Nason, church spokesman. Schuller's physician, Dr. Thomas Cesario, said, "Dr. Schuller is recovering at the rate that we expected and he is doing well."
September 8, 1991
The Rev. Robert H. Schuller was alert Saturday as the Garden Grove-based televangelist continued to recover from emergency brain surgery in Amsterdam, a spokesman for the preacher said. The 64-year-old host of the internationally syndicated "Hour of Power" television show pulled himself up by using a bar suspended from his bed and seemed more talkative and inquisitive about his surroundings, spokesman Michael Nason said.