November 30, 2012
Re "Church family loses court ruling," Nov. 27 Crystal Cathedral founder Robert Schuller and his family will receive "only" about $700,000 from their bankrupt ministry, an amount Schuller's daughter calls a "travesty. " Matthew 6:20 states, "But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moth and rust do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal. " Mark Stephen Mrotek Carson ALSO: Letters: Wastewater isn't 'waste' Letters: Exporting hate to Uganda Letters: On the other hand on Deasy
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 12, 1998 |
The wife of televangelist and Crystal Cathedral founder Robert Schuller is recovering after her second operation Saturday. Arvella Schuller, the 68-year-old executive producer of the "Hour of Power" TV program, underwent corrective surgery at UCI Medical Center in Orange on Saturday morning after a Friday heart bypass operation, a church spokesman said. "There was some bleeding, and the doctors went in and found the source of it. The prognosis is good.
August 21, 1997 |
Two United Airlines flight attendants Wednesday described televangelist Robert Schuller as tyrannical, abusive and violent on a June flight, while newlyweds sitting in the same cabin said it was the attendants who provoked the midair incident that led to assault charges against the minister. At a news conference Wednesday, flight attendant Khaled Elabiad said Schuller shook him violently after Elabiad refused to remove cheese from a fruit-and-cheese-plate in the first-class section.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 22, 1987 |
A rival evangelist playing "mean and dirty" was responsible for the revelation that TV evangelist Jim Bakker had a sexual encounter with a church secretary in 1980, Bakker's lawyer said Saturday. "There is not a person in America who would not recognize him," New York attorney Norman Roy Grutman said of the alleged rival evangelist whom the lawyer would not identify.