Pat Robertson Leaving ‘The 700 Club,’ Stepping Down as Host on CBN

Televangelist Pat Robertson is stepping down as host of The 700 Club after filling that function for 54 years, the Christian Broadcasting Community introduced Friday.

Robertson additionally introduced his departure on Friday’s episode of the each day program, which aired in celebration of CBN’s 60-year anniversary. His son Gordon, who at the moment serves because the community’s CEO and an occasional 700 Membership co-host, will succeed Robertson as full-time host of the present.

Starting in November, Robertson will return for a month-to-month interactive episode of The 700 Membership through which he solutions viewer emails, in line with TheWrap. He may even seem on different sequence at CBN, the place he stays chairman, and can dedicate extra time to educating at Regent College, which he based in 1977.

Per CBN’s announcement, Robertson “seems to be ahead to devoting his vitality and expertise full-time to serving to prepare and equip members of the 11,000-strong scholar physique of Regent College as they’re getting ready to change into ‘Christian Leaders to Change the World.’”

Robertson based CBN in 1960 and has hosted The 700 Membership since 1966, save for a yr off from 1987 to 1988, when he made an unsuccessful run for president. Since its launch, The 700 Membership has featured each day news subjects, interviews and music, amongst different segments.

https://tvline.com/2021/10/01/pat-robertson-leaving-the-700-club-stepping-down-host-cbn/ | Pat Robertson Leaving ‘The 700 Membership,’ Stepping Down as Host on CBN

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