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September 16, 1991 | GEOFF BOUCHER and DAVID REYES, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The Rev. Robert H. Schuller's son on Sunday assumed the leading role in the "Hour of Power," the syndicated religious broadcast taped at the Crystal Cathedral, a position church officials say he will keep until his father fully recovers from surgery. The elder Schuller was scheduled to return to Southern California from Amsterdam today, his 65th birthday.
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January 23, 2006 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The Crystal Cathedral entered a new era of leadership Sunday when Robert A. Schuller succeeded his father, Robert H. Schuller, as senior pastor of the church. The younger Schuller was installed during a tearful 35-minute ceremony. The elder Schuller, 79, has served as senior pastor of the Crystal Cathedral since founding the church at a drive-in theater Sept. 27, 1955.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 23, 2006 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The Crystal Cathedral entered a new era of leadership Sunday when Robert A. Schuller succeeded his father, Robert H. Schuller, as senior pastor of the church. The younger Schuller was installed during a tearful 35-minute ceremony. The elder Schuller, 79, has served as senior pastor of the Crystal Cathedral since founding the church at a drive-in theater Sept. 27, 1955.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 2, 2006 | Dan Weikel and William Lobdell, Times Staff Writers
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.
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October 12, 1991 | LYNN SMITH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As 1,000 worshipers gather inside the Crystal Cathedral, the tall, handsome man known as Young Robert arrives by limousine at the back of the church to preach at the 11 a.m. service, the one taped for the "Hour of Power" telecast. An assistant applies Robert's makeup while his younger sister Gretchen briefs him on the morning's guest, a self-described "religious psychotic" who nearly died when she tried to fly out an open window. "Ask her about the joy of God to wrap up with," Gretchen suggests.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 2, 2006 | Dan Weikel and William Lobdell, Times Staff Writers
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.
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October 6, 1991 | LYNN SMITH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As a thousand worshipers gather inside the Crystal Cathedral, the tall, handsome man known as Young Robert arrives by limousine at the back of the church to preach at the 11 a.m. service, the one taped for the "Hour of Power" telecast. An assistant applies Robert's makeup while his younger sister, Gretchen, briefs him on the morning's guest, a self-described "religious psychotic" who nearly died when she tried to fly out an open window.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 23, 2001 | STANLEY ALLISON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
U.S. Atty. Gen. John Ashcroft used an appearance at Garden Grove's legendary Crystal Cathedral on Sunday to issue a national call for personal reconciliation, forgiveness and healing. "We need to treat each other with respect and not operate with prejudice or disdain for one another," the nation's highest-ranking law enforcement official told the Rev. Robert H. Schuller and several thousand people attending the 9:30 a.m. service. He also spoke at the 11:30 a.m. service.
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July 7, 1996 | JANET WISCOMBE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
From his desk in a radio broadcast booth at Rancho Capistrano's Spiritual Growth Center, the Rev. Robert A. Schuller chats pleasantly with a nutritionist about eating healthful food. He's talking, not about loaves and fishes, but about oats and grains. The son of the world's most popular televangelist is expounding on his cholesterol count and about living life "full like a bright glowing candle."
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July 21, 1996 | JANET WISCOMBE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Drom his desk in a radio broadcast booth at Rancho Capistrano's Spiritual Growth Center, the Rev. Robert A. Schuller chats pleasantly with a nutritionist about eating healthful food. He's talking, not about loaves and fishes, but about oats and grains. The son of the world's most popular televangelist is expounding on his cholesterol count and about living life "full like a bright glowing candle."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 23, 2001 | STANLEY ALLISON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
U.S. Atty. Gen. John Ashcroft used an appearance at Garden Grove's legendary Crystal Cathedral on Sunday to issue a national call for personal reconciliation, forgiveness and healing. "We need to treat each other with respect and not operate with prejudice or disdain for one another," the nation's highest-ranking law enforcement official told the Rev. Robert H. Schuller and several thousand people attending the 9:30 a.m. service. He also spoke at the 11:30 a.m. service.
NEWS
July 21, 1996 | JANET WISCOMBE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Drom his desk in a radio broadcast booth at Rancho Capistrano's Spiritual Growth Center, the Rev. Robert A. Schuller chats pleasantly with a nutritionist about eating healthful food. He's talking, not about loaves and fishes, but about oats and grains. The son of the world's most popular televangelist is expounding on his cholesterol count and about living life "full like a bright glowing candle."
NEWS
July 7, 1996 | JANET WISCOMBE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
From his desk in a radio broadcast booth at Rancho Capistrano's Spiritual Growth Center, the Rev. Robert A. Schuller chats pleasantly with a nutritionist about eating healthful food. He's talking, not about loaves and fishes, but about oats and grains. The son of the world's most popular televangelist is expounding on his cholesterol count and about living life "full like a bright glowing candle."
ENTERTAINMENT
October 12, 1991 | LYNN SMITH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As 1,000 worshipers gather inside the Crystal Cathedral, the tall, handsome man known as Young Robert arrives by limousine at the back of the church to preach at the 11 a.m. service, the one taped for the "Hour of Power" telecast. An assistant applies Robert's makeup while his younger sister Gretchen briefs him on the morning's guest, a self-described "religious psychotic" who nearly died when she tried to fly out an open window. "Ask her about the joy of God to wrap up with," Gretchen suggests.
NEWS
October 6, 1991 | LYNN SMITH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As a thousand worshipers gather inside the Crystal Cathedral, the tall, handsome man known as Young Robert arrives by limousine at the back of the church to preach at the 11 a.m. service, the one taped for the "Hour of Power" telecast. An assistant applies Robert's makeup while his younger sister, Gretchen, briefs him on the morning's guest, a self-described "religious psychotic" who nearly died when she tried to fly out an open window.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 16, 1991 | GEOFF BOUCHER and DAVID REYES, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The Rev. Robert H. Schuller's son on Sunday assumed the leading role in the "Hour of Power," the syndicated religious broadcast taped at the Crystal Cathedral, a position church officials say he will keep until his father fully recovers from surgery. The elder Schuller was scheduled to return to Southern California from Amsterdam today, his 65th birthday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 5, 2013 | By Anh Do
Doctors say Robert H. Schuller has life-threatening cancer and that with treatment he could live another two years, the famed evangelist's family has announced. The 89-year-old has a growth in his esophagus and was initially told he had three months to live, said his daughter, Sheila Schuller Coleman, who first shared the news with worshipers during a sermon in late August. In follow-up exams, an oncologist advised Schuller that although the cancer had spread to his lymph nodes, he was "a good candidate for chemotherapy and radiation treatment that could extend his life," according to an online update on the Hope Center of Christ's website, the church headed by Schuller Coleman.
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