Pat Robertson Tells Fox News’ Chris Wallace He’s Not Done Working for God’s Kingdom: ‘God Loves Everybody’

Fox News’ Chris Wallace paid respect to CBN founder and CEO Pat Robertson on his retirement from hosting The 700 Club. Wallace named Pat the “Power Player of the Week” on his Fox News Sunday program. He said even though he’s stepping down from hosting The 700 Club on a daily basis, he’s not done with ministry.

Robertson, who founded CBN in 1960 as the first Christian television network in the United States, was America’s longest-running TV host. He announced earlier this month that he will be handing over his role as daily host of The 700 Club to his son Gordon Robertson.

At 91 years old, he will now turn more of his efforts to teaching students at Regent University, which he founded in 1977. He will also make occasional appearances on The 700 Club.

Robertson explained to Wallace how God used a Christian talk show format to reach souls in a new and powerful way from the earliest days of CBN’s broadcasts.

“People would call in the things that were going on in their life… people would call in prayer, they would call in answers, and the interaction format is what we’ve been using ever since,” he told Wallace.

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Source: CBN