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Main Service Times: Main - 9:30 & 11:00 AM | Evening - 7:00 PM | Arabic - 1:15 PM

Guest Interviews

Previously on the Hour of Power

Previously on the Hour of Power

Bobby Schuller

Bobby Schuller (BS) is the son of Robert A. Schuller, and is the grandson to Crystal Cathedral founder Robert H. Schuller. Bobby is a graduate of Oral Roberts University, and has a Master of Divinity degree from Fuller Theological Seminary. Bobby has a ministry in Orange, California, called The Tree of Life Community. Lawrence Wilkes (LW) interviews Bobby.

John Townend

John Townend (JT) is the director of the Hour of Power International Ministries. John has been with this ministry since 1975, which is when the Hour of Power went on television internationally. John lives in Australia with his wife, and they have two sons and one grandchild. Lawrence Wilkes (LW) interviews John.

Andrew Farley

Dr. Andrew Farley (AF) is the senior pastor of Ecclesia, an Evangelical Church in West Texas. In addition to being a best-selling author, Andrew is the faculty advisor for Intervarsity Christian Fellowship and speaks at churches and universities throughout the United States and Canada. He is also a professor of Applied Linguistics at Texas Tech University, where he lives with his wife, Katherine and their son, Gavin. Andrew's latest book is entitled, Heaven is Now. Lawrence Wilkes (LW) interviews Andrew.

Mark Thallander

Mark Thallander (MT) was an organist here in the Crystal Cathedral for 18 years, working alongside Fred Swann. In 2003, Mark was involved in a serious car accident and lost his left arm. Having been surrounded by possibility thinking for 18 years, Mark didnít let this circumstance define his life. Today, Mark is active in the Mark Thallander Foundation, which holds choir festivals around the country. Mark has a new CD entitled, Grace and Peace. Lawrence Wilkes (LW) interviews Mark.

Jennifer Shaw

Jennifer Shaw (JS) is a talented recording artist, songwriter, speaker and author. She completed her undergraduate degrees in vocal and piano performance at Hope College in Holland, Michigan, and her graduate work in opera performance at the prestigious Manhattan School of Music. Jennifer's newest album is entitled, Love Broke Through, and her new book is entitled, Life Not Typical. Ed Arnold (EA) interviews Jennifer.

Emily Schreiber

Emily Schreiber (ES) was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at the age of nine, and rather than retreating, she threw her heart and mind into making a positive difference. Her original goal of raising $3,000 for cystic fibrosis (CF) research quickly exceeded that amount and today she has raised over $600,000. Emily has made it her passion to swim laps to raise money and awareness for CF and she continues to hold fundraisers to support its research. Robert A. Schuller (RAS) interviews Emily.

Richard Rivale

Richard Rivale (RR) is a talented, young musician who attends the Crystal Cathedral High School. Richard was recently honored at the annual Arvella Schuller Scholarship Award ceremony where he received several awards. Lawrence Wilkes (LW) interviews Richard.

Shawna Stewart

Shawna Stewart (SS) is the director of the Biola University Chorale, located at Biola University in La Mirada, California. In two weeks, this group of young people will be traveling to Germany to walk in the footsteps of music composer Bach. Shawna says their mission is to not only bring the gospel of Christ to those in Germany, but to sing in rest homes, and become a part of the German culture. Lawrence Wilkes (LW) interviews Shawna.

Michael Chang

Michael Chang (MC) is a former professional tennis player. Michael turned pro at 15 years of age, and set numerous youngest player records. In 1989, he was the youngest winner of the French Open. Today, Michael is retired and stays busy attending Talbot School of Theology, speaking to various groups including businesses, churches and conferences, as well as maintaining The Chang Family Foundation and the Christian Sports League. Robert A. Schuller (RAS) interviews Michael.

Dr. Benjamin Carson

Dr. Ben Carson (BC) is a distinguished neurosurgeon, a best-selling author, and a world leader in Christian communication. In 1977, Dr. Carson became the first person to ever successfully separate vertically conjoined twins. Today, Dr. Carson remains the director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Medical Center, and he is here to share his faith, and his book, Take the Risk. Robert A. Schuller (RAS) interviews Dr. Carson.

Michael Guillen

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