Robert H. Schuller

Robert Harold Schuller (September 16, 1926 – April 2, 2015) was an American pastor, televangelist, and author. He was known for the television program Hour of Power, which he founded in 1970 and hosted until 2010. He also founded of the Crystal Cathedral megachurch in Garden Grove, California.

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Died: Robert Schuller, Forerunner of the Seeker-Sensitive Movement
Died: Robert Schuller, Forerunner of the Seeker-Sensitive MovementSubscriber Access Only
The legacy of the audacious and optimistic TV preacher has much to teach Christians about missional creativity and loving those far away from the church.
Hard Questions for Robert Schuller About Sin and Self-Esteem
Hard Questions for Robert Schuller About Sin and Self-EsteemSubscriber Access Only
Controversy has swirled around Robert Schuller’s teachings about self-esteem and possibility thinking. Some have accused him of being soft on the doctrine of sin. To answer these questions we went to Schuller personally, as well as to his writings and preaching.
Robert Schuller's Irrepressible Legacy
Robert Schuller's Irrepressible LegacySubscriber Access Only
Reflections from the life of a ministry pioneer.
How Schuller Shaped Your Ministry
How Schuller Shaped Your MinistrySubscriber Access Only
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    Churches Reconsider Drive-In Worship
    Faced with COVID-19 quarantines and new rules for social distancing, some pastors are serious about reviving the 1950s fad.
  • Crystal Cathedral Cracks
    Cracks in the Crystal CathedralSubscriber Access Only
    Why we are better off letting God make the gospel relevant.
  • Schuller's Eldest Daughter to Lead Crystal CathedralSubscriber Access Only
    Sheila Schuller Coleman to become her father's 'legs' in new role.
  • Younger Schuller Resigns from Crystal CathedralSubscriber Access Only
    Robert H. Schuller said a month ago that his son would no longer be the sole preacher on the church's television program.
  • Common Word Conference: Conclusions and ConsequencesSubscriber Access Only
    Evangelical speakers underscore Christian message.
  • Farm Boy Makes Good
    Farm Boy Makes GoodSubscriber Access Only
    Robert Schuller's story is a distillation of his gospel.
  • Schuller Seeks Theater Converts
  • Schuller Clarifies His View of Sin
    Schuller Clarifies His View of SinSubscriber Access Only
    Four views of sin are popular today. Which is right?