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Robert Harold Schuller was born on the 16th September 1926, in Alton, Iowa USA, and was a televangelist as well as a pastor, author and motivational speaker. He was widely recognized for his “Hour of Power” – weekly broadcasting program which he hosted for 40 years, ’til he retired in 2010. Robert passed away in 2015.

Have you ever wondered how much wealth this Christian televangelist accumulated for life? How rich would Robert H. Schuller be nowadays? According to sources, it is estimated that the total of Schuller’s net worth, as of mid-2017, would exceed the sum of $5 million, primarily acquired through his TV broadcast program which was active between 1970 and 2010.

Robert H. Schuller Net Worth $5 million

Robert was the youngest of five children of Jennie and Anthony Schuller. He attended Newkirk High School before enrolling at Hope College, from which he graduated with the Master of Divinity degree in 1950. He began his career in the Reformed Church in America, serving as a minister. He later transferred to Ivanhoe Reformed Church, before settling in Garden Grove, California, where in 1955 he bought a drive-in theater which he converted into the Garden Grove Community Church. This served as the foundation for building a prosperous empire in the following years, which earned Schuller an impressive amount of money.

In order to follow the growth of the congregation, Schuller in 1958 began constructing a new “drive-in” church which would accommodate 500 cars and as many worshipers. Three years and $3 million later, the church was completed in 1961, then in 1968, the church was expanded with the “Tower of Hope”, a 13-stories high building, topped with a 90 ft (27m) tall illuminated cross. Later that year, Schuller began constructing a new church in order to further expand his Garden Grove Community Church – a “Crystal Cathedral”. This had glass walls and ceiling, worth over $18 million, and was finished in 1980. All these achievements helped Robert H. Schuller to massively increase his popularity as well as his net worth.

Schuller based his ministry on what he stated as the positive aspects of Christianity, avoiding condemning people for their sins, but encouraging them to achieve good things through faith. In 1970 Schuller began broadcasting “Hour of Power” – a weekly television program, which contributed to the total of Robert H. Schuller’s net worth by a large margin.

Schuller also published more than 30 books, of which six were rated bestsellers by The New York Times, including “Tough Times Never Last, but Tough People Do!”, “Success Is Never Ending, Failure Is Never Final” and “The Be Happy Attitudes”, among plenty of others. It is certain that all these achievements increased Robert H. Schuller’s net worth by a significant sum.

When it comes to his personal life, Schuller was married to Arvella De Haan, who was also responsible for the music department at the “Crystal Cathedral”, and served as the producer of the “Hour of Power”. From this marriage, which lasted from 1950 until Arvella’s death in 2014, Schuller had five children. Robert H. Schuller passed away at the age of 88, due to esophageal cancer, on the 2nd April 2015 in Artesia, California.

Full Name Robert H. Schuller
Net Worth $5 Million
Date Of Birth September 16, 1926
Died April 2, 2015, Artesia, California, United States
Place Of Birth Alton, Iowa, United States
Profession Writer, Televangelist
Education Hope College, Western Theological Seminary
Nationality American
Spouse Arvella De Haan
Children Robert A. Schuller, Sheila Coleman, Carol Schuller Milner, Jeanne Dunn, Gretchen Schuller Penner
Parents Anthony Schuller, Jennie Schuller
Nicknames Robert Harold Schuller , Robert Schuller
TV Shows Hour of Power
1 The catchphrase, “God Loves You, And So Do We!”
2 Sermons about positive thinking.
3 Frequently wears glasses.
4 Thick baritone voice.
5 Always encourages Christians and Non-Christians to achieve great things through God.
1 I was four years and 11 months old. My mother’s brother, who was a Princeton graduate, came home from years of working in China, met me, ruffled my hair, and said, ‘So you’re Robert are you? You are going to be a preacher when you grow up.’ I said, ‘Oh, thank you, Uncle Henry.’ And, I took it as a divine declaration. It wasn’t a question. It was a prophetic statement, and I bought it, hook, line and sinker.
2 [on the death of his former co-pastor Bruce Larson]: There is probably no minister in my lifetime who did more to help me become a better person. He will be recognized in the history of the Christian church as one of the top founders of the small group movement.
3 [Who talked about the wavelength of non-Christians in his area]: My first year in Garden Grove I rang 500 doorbells and asked, ‘Why don’t you go to church?,’ The people said, ‘Why go to church? One preacher is telling you why Red China should be admitted into the United Nations; the next preacher is telling you why it should not be admitted. And you go to another church where they say you are going to hell. They spend 20 minutes explaining how hopelessly unworthy and lost you are, and then in five minutes they ask you to come to Jesus, who is perfect.’ Is that a sensible way to win people? I came to see that it wasn’t.
4 If you’re going to counsel people, and that’s all my ministry is, it’s a counseling ministry more than anything else, people have to believe that they can trust you and that they can listen to you, that you’re going to try to help them and not just politically try to convert them to your views.
5 [About fear in life should be one that encourages bravery and action]: I’d rather attempt to do something great and fail than to attempt to do nothing and succeed.
6 Again and again, the impossible decision is solved when we see that the problem is only a tough decision waiting to be made.
7 [on using one’s own form of relaxation to replenish oneself before that big decision is made]: Never cut a tree down in the wintertime. Never make a negative decision in the low time. Never make your most important decisions when you are in your worst moods. Wait. Be patient. The storm will pass. The spring will come.
8 [Who said in 2012 if he was asked by his lawyer if the Crystal Cathedral had permission to sell his materials online]: I need to discuss that with the Lord.
9 If a blade of grass can grow in a concrete walk and a fig tree in the side of a mountain cliff, a human being empowered with an invincible faith can survive all odds the world can throw against his tortured soul.
10 Always look at what you have left. Never look at what you have lost.
11 [Who discussed in 2011 about himself contacting the Register to say he did not know about the existence of such a covenant and would have personally never approved it]: I have a reputation worldwide of being tolerant of all people and their views. I’m too well-educated to criticize a certain religion or group of people for what they believe in. It’s called freedom.
12 Better to do something imperfectly, than to do nothing perfectly.
13 [on the announcement of his son’s removal from the ministry]: It is no secret to any of you that my son, Robert, and I have been struggling as we each have different ideas as to the direction and the vision for this ministry. For this lack of shared vision and the jeopardy in which this is placing this entire ministry, it has become necessary for Robert and me to part ways.
14 If you want to solve your problem, don’t wait for somebody else to help you. Tackle it yourself.
15 A small decision now can change all your tomorrows.
16 [on adversity] When the going gets tough, the tough get going.
1 Growing up in a strict Dutch Calvinist environment, he was not allowed to play with the deck of cards, in the house, when in actuality, he never owned a deck of cards, nor did he listened to the radio.
2 He grew up with the sense of men, being unworthy of God, a sense of sin, which required a need for Salvation.
3 His best friend, Billy Graham, paid a visit in Garden Grove, California, in 1964, after hearing about the phenomenal growth and innovative approach of the Garden Grove Community Church. Following the church service that was rife with Hollywood quality inspiration, the visionary mind of Graham ignited the visionary mind of Schuller. Graham challenged Schuller to become the first televised church service in the world.
4 He began to invite his celebrity ‘parishioners’ to be on The Hour of Power (1970), testifying to ‘believing in a God that believes in you!’ The guest interview segment of the Hour of Power was born and catapulted the televised ministry into exponential success.
5 His hobbies are: golfing, fishing, singing, praying, traveling, spending time with his family, reading, philanthropy and politics.
6 Dr. Robert H. Schuller passed away on April 2, 2015. Just 4 months before his death, his niece, Dortena Keninger, died on December 11, 2014, at the age of 69.
7 Uncle of: Arie, Shirley, Sylvia, Ruth, John, Sharon, Donald, Dortena, Charles, Robert and Gary.
8 Great granduncle of: Carter, Nicholas, Jennifer, Samantha, Kimberlin and Michael.
9 Granduncle of: Chad, Curt, Jason, Jackie, Danny, Derek, Sean, Michaela, Michael, Scott, Julie, Amy, Jill, Nicholas, Joyce, Karen, Leon and Donna.
10 Schuller was very different from the stereotypical farm-boy, and from most of his schoolmates; unlike them, Robert never excelled at sports. Despite everything, he was a popular student.
11 Participating in the debating/drama class of Newkirk High School, he’d created just about any scene, esp. when he played the role of a woman.
12 Had worked 12,000 hours per day, whilst hosting The Hour of Power (1970).
13 Founded his own Institute for Successful Church Leadership, in 1970, which graduated more than 20,000 students from various Protestant and Catholic denominations.
14 His church elders were not pleased when all of his & Arvella’s flyers that have been posted everywhere, for his Grand Opening Celebration of the Service at the drive-in theater.
15 When Schuller moved to Garden Grove, California, he was told that it was impossible for his family to perform church services, especially if he had found anybody else who was pleased enough to attend. He searched for church services everywhere from mortuaries to Masonic Lodges, and after about 9 phone calls, he rented the church theater.
16 Like fellow evangelist, Billy Graham, Schuller was another one of the few televangelists whose ministry to not get involved with a sex scandal.
17 The New Yorker magazine said that his ministry was the “phenomenon” behind the mega-church movement. [2008].
18 Did not attend the funeral of his wife, Arvella, due to his illness, which required him to stay in hospice care.
19 On many of his The Hour of Power (1970) telecasts, his messages avoided hot-button political issues, but he routinely invited celebrities to make appearances on the program and offer words of wisdom.
20 At one point, he designated his son Robert A. Schuller to succeed him, as senior pastor, however, he wanted to continue ministering for another decade, which fortunately he did. Schuller retired in 2010.
21 Founder of Churches Uniting in Global Missions, in 1992, which seeks ‘a spirit of unity that is truly Catholic, Protestant, Orthodox, Evangelical, and Charismatic.’.
22 His favorite The Hour of Power (1970) verse was: Psalm 116:24.
23 His favorite ministry verse was: Phillippians 1:6.
24 Schuller sat in the front row of distinguished guests invited to honor Billy Graham’s 65th birthday. [7 November 1983].
25 A United Airlines steward press charges against Schuller for spitting his food, towards the attendant, at the same time he was also shaking his shoulders during the arguments over the context of a fruit plate. He made a tiny apology and paid $1,100 to the Federal Aviation Administration. He was also sued for $5 million dollars. [1997].
26 Singer Andy Williams is the only guest on The Hour of Power (1970) to play at every one of Dr. Schuller’s Christmas Eve services.
27 He appeared with popular evangelical and charismatic leaders Bill Bright, D. James Kennedy, James Robison, Jim Bakker, Rex Humbard, Pat Robertson, Pat Boone, Nicky Cruz, David du Plessis, Demos Shakarian, and Thomas Zimmerman (Assemblies of God) at the Washington for Jesus Rally in Washington, D.C. Joining them was independent Baptist pastor Jerry Falwell. [29 April 1980].
28 He joined hands with a wide range of popular evangelical leaders at Campus Crusade for Christ head Bill Bright’s Fast for Revival conference. Among those attending were Charles Colson, E.V. Hill, Jack Hayford, James Dobson, W.A. Criswell, Charles Stanley, Paul Crouch, Luis Palau, Bill Gothard, Pat Robertson, Jay Arthur, and Larry Burkett. [1994].
29 Before his 70th Birthday, he was joined by Beverly LaHaye and Ralph Reed, for a Christian Coalition Conference in Washington D.C., sponsored by cult-leader Rev. Sun Myung Moon. [1996].
30 Celebrated his 70th Birthday at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Laguna Beach, California, with Andy Williams, singing “Autumn Leaves,” which was Schuller’s favorite song. His daughter, Carol Schuller Milner, who attended the birthday party wrote “The Dreamer,” for him. [16 September 1996].
31 Best remembered by the public as the host of The Hour of Power (1970).
32 Had played the guitar at an early age.
33 His favorite song was: “The Impossible Dream,” sung by his friend, Andy Williams.
34 Before he married Arvella, he had to return to the seminary, that fall in 1948, who also had to escort her in a relentless letter-writing campaign; who (in turn) had to skip classes, prior to seeing her. This was when he risked suspension from the seminary; who used up all of his savings from his days as a janitor at Hope College.
35 Robert began his preaching career at an early age. His first congregation was comprised by his family’s cows, to whom he delivered sermons at the Floyd River while milking them. He did this on a daily basis, regardless of the weather.
36 Graduated from Hope College in 1948, with a major of Psychology.
37 Before he was a successful televangelist, he used to work as a janitor at Hope College in Holland, Michigan.
38 When the drive-in theater had only 1,700 parking spaces, Schuller called it “A Shopping Center for God.”.
39 When he proposed to Arvella, for the first time, she said, “Maybe,” because she didn’t know how to be the preacher’s wife; at the time; so they didn’t get married, until after he graduated from college.
40 Both of his and Arvella’s children, Sheila Schuller Coleman and Robert A. Schuller, were born in Chicago, Illinois.
41 During a visit to Amsterdam, he suffered a head injury, prior to getting into the car — he nearly died, Schuller had to spend nearly the entire year in rehabilitation, hence, his son, Robert A. Schuller, took over for him. [1 September 1991].
42 Has resided in Orange County, California, for 50 years, from 1955 to 2015.
43 Prior to Robert’s birth, the Schullers had no electricity and no water – only farm animals.
44 Despite his friendly and outgoing personality, Robert’s family had absolutely no social life; their only real respite chore was attending church.
45 He had nose surgery to allieviate the swelling he blamed on his poor diet, as a teenager.
46 His son, Robert A. Schuller, was born just months before he preached at a Drive-In Theater.
47 His third sister, Violet Schuller Muow, died on October 21, 2010. She lived to be 91.
48 In March 2010, after 55 years of ministry, Schuller cut ties to the ministry he had founded, citing ‘negative and adversarial atmosphere’ that had enveloped the church’s leadership.
49 He completed his campus with the $40-million International Center for Possibility Thinking, designed by Getty Center architect Richard Meier. The American Institute of Architects gave Schuller its first Lifetime Achievement Award for the campus that he created. [2001].
50 He had 4 older siblings: Jessamine, Henry, Margaret and Violet.
51 His second sister, Margaret Schuller Reekers, died on September 9, 2007. She lived to be 90.
52 Was the best friend of Wichert Eikenburger for many years. Twice, they traveled the world together ministering to people. Together, they started The Institute for Successful Church Leadership, which in it’s 45-year history trained over 150,000 pastors.
53 Grandfather of third-generation minister Robert V. “Bobby” Schuller (born Robert Harold Anthony Vernon Schuller III).
54 The recession led to a decrease in church donations and ticket sales to its holiday pageants, according to his church officials, also, Schuller’s church’s money troubles forced it to lay off at least 140 people last year, halve the air time of The Hour of Power (1970) TV program and even dismiss its orchestra and professional choir singers. [2008].
55 His third daughter, Carol Schuller Milner, who lost part of her leg because of a motorcycle accident, went on to become a champion skier [1978].
56 Received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Institute of Architects. [2001].
57 His church, the Crystal Cathedral was seeking bankruptcy protection. [18 October 2010].
58 Became an ordained minister at age 24.
59 His church, Crystal Cathedral, was sold to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange, and Schuller lost a legal battle the following year to collect more than $5 million from his former ministry for claims of copyright infringement and breach of contract. [2011].
60 Had suffered a mild heart attack, but quickly recovered. [1997].
61 The first meeting of the Garden Grove Community Church was held on March 27, 1955. About 75 motorists and their families showed up to listen to Dr. Schuller preach from the roof of the drive-in’s refreshment stand. The offering that day was $86.79.
62 After the death of his wife, he stopped chemotherapy for his cancer that was spreading in his esophagus.
63 Just before his death, he was reported to have lost most of his short- and long-term memory and had moved to a senior care facility.
64 Schuller was the one of the few televangelists whose message lacked fire-and-brimstone condemnations or conservative political baggage.
65 Dr. Robert H. Schuller passed away on April 2, 2015, at age 88, only one day after Cynthia Lennon, and within four months of seven television legends, also born in 1926, either aged 88 or 89: Roger Mayer, James Best, Stan Freberg, Verne Gagne, Betsy Palmer, Bud Yorkin and Elisabeth Elliot Gren. He also passed away 1 week after his best friend’s Pat Robertson’s 85th birthday; who, in turn, was born in 1930.
66 Interred next to his wife, Arvella, at the Crystal Cathedral Memorial Gardens Cemetery, adjacent to the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, California.
67 Survived by 5 children, 19 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren and 1 brother.
68 He was known to be a very private man.
69 Grandfather of Angie Rae, Bobby, Christina, Anthony, Nicholas and Scotch.
70 His son, Robert A. Schuller, attended the 95th Birthday of his father’s lifelong friend, Billy Graham, at Graham’s Evangelist Association, in Charlotte, North Carolina. [7 November 2013].
71 Author of his autobiography, “My Journey: From an Iowa Farm to a Cathedral of Dreams”.
72 Retired as the host of The Hour of Power (1970), in 2010, at age 83.
73 Schuller was hospitalized for an exploratory endoscopy, winding up needing a stent in his esophageal tract as possible. Still, it was inconclusive as to whether or not he will be released from the hospital, though his prognosis, at the time, was great. [30 January 2015].
74 Long lives ran in his family.
75 Founded The New Hope Therapy Center, in 1968. The world’s first live, church-sponsored 24-hour counseling and suicide prevention hotline. Since its inception, it is estimated that over a million people have dialed this hotline and received immediate counseling.
76 Met his wife, Arvella De Haan Schuller, when he was invited as a guest preacher at her own church.
77 Before his church was known as the Crystal Cathedral, it was originally the ‘Drive-In Theater.’.
78 When Schuller was attending college, he had no choice other than to take both chemistry and math classes, which were part of his requirements in obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree.
79 His wife, Arvella DeHaan, was a breast cancer survivor.
80 He asked John Green for $1,000,000 dollars to build the Crystal Cathedral, in 1977.
81 According to his son Robert A. Schuller, in early August 2014, his father was residing in a care facility in Orange County, California.
82 In 1955, he returned to California, aged 28. Schuller’s denomination asked him to start a church there. It is the oldest denomination in the United States of America, started in 1628, when the Dutch colonists bought Manhattan Island. All of it belonged to the state church in Holland which was, and still is, the Reformed Church.
83 Graduated from Western Theological Seminary in Holland, Michigan, in 1949.
84 His first name, and the middle name “Harold”, were picked out by his grandmother and (respectively) mother.
85 Became a minister with the encouragement of his uncle Henry.
86 Friends with: Billy Graham, George Beverly Shea, Oral Roberts, Jim Bakker, Tammy Faye Bakker, Rex Humbard, Jimmy Swaggart, Kenneth Copeland, Pat Robertson, Charles Stanley, Charles Swindoll, James Dobson, James Robison, Jack Van Impe, Joyce Meyer, Marilyn Hickey, Morris Cerullo, John Osteen, Roger Williams, Frank Sinatra, Jesse Duplantis, Amy Grant, Sandi Patty, Donald Trump, Ronald Reagan, Gene Autry, Evil Knievel, Phil McGraw, Mickey Rooney, Ruta Lee, Andy Williams, Chuck Norris and Della Reese.
87 Of Dutch descent.
88 His closest friend encouraged him to contact former president Bill Clinton, who he later met on Christmas Eve 1993.
89 Was a staunch Republican, and a supporter of the Republican Party.
90 Attended Hope College in Holland, Michigan.
91 Was the first televangelist ever to have broke the record set by Mike Wallace; for hosting the same TV series, constantly; with 38 years and 10 months as host of The Hour of Power (1970). [July 2008].
92 Future Christian popular singers Michele Pillar and Michael O’Brien were childhood television heroes of Schuller.
93 Just a couple of years before his wife’s, Arvella’s death, he and Arvella both resigned from the Board of Directors of the Crystal Cathedral. According to his daughter, Carol Schuller Milner, she said her parents were stepping down because they and the board couldn’t reach a deal for housing benefits and fees for using her father’s writings and sermons as part of the bankruptcy proceedings [10 March 2012].
94 His wife, Arvella DeHaan Schuller, died on February 11, 2014, and lived to be age 84, exactly one year before himself.
95 His family purchased their very first television set when Schuller was only 22.
96 Before he was a successful televangelist, he used to work at Ivanhoe Reformed Church in Riverdale, Illinois.
97 Moved to Los Angeles, California, with his wife, when Schuller, was only 25, in 1952, though Schuller and his wife, moved to Chicago, Illinois, temporarily, before returning to California, in 1955.
98 His television show, ‘The Hour of Power,’ was based on ‘The Hour of Decision,’ a radio show that was hosted by fellow minister, Billy Graham.
99 His grandson, Robert V. ‘Bobby’ Schuller (full name: Robert Harold Anthony Vernon Schuller III), is a third-generation ordain minister. Bobby’s father is Robert A. Schuller.
100 Had removed his son, Robert A. Schuller, as Senior Pastor of Crystal Cathedral, the same position that his father held, years earlier. The elder Schuller cited, ‘a lack of shared vision,’ who also stated that ‘different ideas as to the direction and the vision for this ministry’ with his son ‘made it necessary … to part ways in the Hour of Power television ministry’. [25 October 2008].
101 He was also a good friend of Frank Sinatra. Schuller’s friend, from Palm Springs, had purchased his house.
102 Father of: Robert A. Schuller, Sheila, Jeanne, Carol and Gretchen.
103 It was his idea for his wife, Arvella DeHaan, to serve as executive producer and program director of ‘The Hour of Power,’ telecast.
104 Retired as Senior Pastor at Crystal Cathedral, in January, 2006, at age 79.
105 In 1970, with the encouragement of fellow pastor, Dr. Billy Graham, Dr. Schuller began broadcasting services from the Neutra sanctuary on the “Hour of Power.” By 1975, the “Hour of Power” was airing in all 50 states, and the unprecedented growth of the local congregation dictated the decision to build the internationally acclaimed Crystal Cathedral. Designed by award-winning architect Philip Johnson, the first-ever all-glass church was dedicated on September 14, 1980.
106 Announced that he was diagnosed with esophageal cancer that had spread to the lymph nodes. A follow-up examination in September 2013 presented Schuller with the possibility of undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatment that could extend his life. [25 August 2013].
107 He was close friends with Roger Williams and Gene Autry.
108 Lifelong friend of Billy Graham for 69 years, from 1946 until his own death in 2015. Despite being eight years Schuller’s senior, Schuller met him when Graham came as a preacher from Minnesota, to deliver an evangelistic message at the Hope College Chapel in Holland, Michigan.
109 His only son, Robert A. Schuller (full name: Robert Harold Anthony Vernon Schuller, Jr.), has followed in his footsteps as an ordain minister and a best-selling author. Robert Jr. has 15 published books to his credit.
110 Before he was a successful televangelist, he was a radio announcer for the National Religious Program.
111 Used to be a part of the Dutch Colony in Sioux City, Iowa.
112 His uncle (on his mother’s side) attended Princeton University.
113 Past his 85th birthday, his latest preaching was “Who Gave You The Belief, You Could Be Somebody?” [18 September 2011].
114 Grew up in a farm in Alton, Iowa, just 42 miles north of Sioux City.
115 His uncle was the hero of the Schuller House.
116 Graduated from Newkirk High School in Newkirk, Iowa, in 1944.
117 His idol was Norman Vincent Peale.
118 Had testified in a U.S. District Bankruptcy Court in Los Angeles to support claims that Crystal Cathedral Ministries owes him and various family members more than $5 million following the financial collapse of the televangelist empire that produces The Hour of Power (1970). Schuller, his wife, and a daughter and son-in-law say the ministry owes them for unpaid contracts, copyright infringement and intellectual property rights. [7 November 2012].
119 Fulfilled one of his lifelong dreams with the opening of the Fuqua International School of Christian Communications, funded by the generous donation of Mr. J.B. Fuqua, of Atlanta, Georgia in 1992. Schuller served for many years as Chancellor of the school, where ministers from all over the world hone their preaching skills.
120 Founder of Crystal Cathedral.
121 While on summer break from college, Robert saw his parents’ home and farm utterly destroyed by a tornado. Eight other farms in the neighborhood were destroyed as well, but the Schullers were the only family to rebuild.
122 Son of farmer Anthony Schuller and his wife, Jenny Belkham Schuller, both from Iowa.
123 The youngest of 4 children.
124 Is the best-selling author of 37 books.
125 Was born during a horrific flood in Iowa. The doctors, making house calls, negotiated the storm and delivered Robert safely.


Title Year Status Character
The Hour of Power 2013-2014 TV Series


Title Year Status Character
The Hour of Power 2009-2014 TV Series Himself
Bettie Page Reveals All 2012 Documentary Himself – Pastor, The Crystal Cathedral (as Rev. Robert Schuller)
CBS News Sunday Morning 2012 TV Series documentary Himself – Televangelist (segment “Crystal Cathedral Split”)
The Gospel of Judas 2006 TV Movie documentary Himself – Founding Pastor, Crystal Cathedral (as Robert Schuller)
The O’Reilly Factor 2005 TV Series Himself
Praise the Lord 1984-1996 TV Series Himself
Robert Schuller: Portrait of a Televangelist 1995 TV Movie documentary Himself (as Robert Schuller)
One on One with John Tesh 1992 TV Series Himself
The Mike Douglas Show 1974-1978 TV Series Himself – Evangelist / Himself – Preacher
Henry Ford’s America 1977 Documentary Himself
Everyman 1977 TV Series documentary Himself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1972 TV Series Himself

Archive Footage

Title Year Status Character
The ’80s: The Decade That Made Us 2013 TV Mini-Series documentary Himself
Church of Tares: Purpose Driven, Seeker Sensitive, Church Growth & New World Order 2012 Video documentary Himself (uncredited)
Of Chaos and Confusion: The Modern Church 2012 Video documentary Himself
Billy Graham: Forerunner for the Antichrist 2010 Video documentary Himself (as Robert Schuller)
Roger & Me 1989 Documentary Himself (as Robert Schuller)