Robert Schuller 1926-2015

Remembering the late creator of "an hour of power," who started his ministry in a parking lot.
0:56 | 04/03/15

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And tonight here, we remember a famous reverend here in America who began in the parking lot of a California drive-in. Robert Schuller began his ministry 60 years ago, from this altar, he built on the roof of the concession stand at a drive-in off the Santa Ana freeway outside Los Angeles. On Sunday mornings, he could rent the space for $10. His motto, come as you are in the family car. The solution is not to look at the problem, but to look at the possibilities. Reporter: In 1970, Schuler began hosting the weekly program "Hour of power," reaching 20 million across 180 countries. He famously built the crystal cathedral, one of this country's first megachurches. 10,000 panes of glass. The church filing for bankruptcy five years ago, but Schuler had his own message. Never look at what you have lo lost. Never. Look at what you have left. Reverend Schuler, remembered tonight.

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