Memoir: The Life of Oral Roberts

In Church, Culture, Current Events, General Interest, History on December 16, 2009 at 11:38 pm

Click here for today’s feature:

Yesterday, evangelist, educator and Christian Television pioneer Oral Roberts died at age 91 from complications of pneumonia in Newport Beach, California. This feature takes a brief look at his life and his unique impact on the Evangelical church worldwide.

Today’s guests include:

Dr. Larry Eskridge, Associate Director for the Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals
Dr. Phil Cooke, President and Creative Director of Cooke Pictures

Phil Cooke is the author of: Branding Faith: Why Some Churches and Non-Profits Impact Culture and Others Don’t and his blog is The Change Revolution.

Monday’s memorial service in Tulsa, OK, can be watched live online at 2pm.  For more information, visit: www.goldeneagle.tv


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