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"The 700 Club," which first broadcast in 1966, is a newsmagazine featuring guests, news, music, testimonies and spiritual stories from a Christian perspective. News stories are frequently related to Bible passages or deal with Christian lifestyle issues. Hosts of the long-running religious show include televangelist (and former candidate for the Republican presidential nomination) Pat Robertson, Terry Meeuwsen and Gordon Robertson, son of Pat. News items of interest are delivered by anchor John Jessup.

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"The 700 Club," which first broadcast in 1966, is a newsmagazine featuring guests, news, music, testimonies and spiritual stories from a Christian perspective. News stories are frequently related to Bible passages or deal with Christian lifestyle issues. Hosts of the long-running religious show include televangelist (and former candidate for the Republican presidential nomination) Pat Robertson, Terry Meeuwsen and Gordon Robertson, son of Pat. News items of interest are delivered by anchor John Jessup.
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"The 700 Club," which first broadcast in 1966, is a newsmagazine featuring guests, news, music, testimonies and spiritual stories from a Christian perspective. News stories are frequently related to Bible passages or deal with Christian lifestyle issues. Hosts of the long-running religious show include televangelist (and former candidate for the Republican presidential nomination) Pat Robertson, Terry Meeuwsen and Gordon Robertson, son of Pat. News items of interest are delivered by anchor John Jessup.
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"The 700 Club," which first broadcast in 1966, is a newsmagazine featuring guests, news, music, testimonies and spiritual stories from a Christian perspective. News stories are frequently related to Bible passages or deal with Christian lifestyle issues. Hosts of the long-running religious show include televangelist (and former candidate for the Republican presidential nomination) Pat Robertson, Terry Meeuwsen and Gordon Robertson, son of Pat. News items of interest are delivered by anchor John Jessup.
aired 17 days ago
"The 700 Club," which first broadcast in 1966, is a newsmagazine featuring guests, news, music, testimonies and spiritual stories from a Christian perspective. News stories are frequently related to Bible passages or deal with Christian lifestyle issues. Hosts of the long-running religious show include televangelist (and former candidate for the Republican presidential nomination) Pat Robertson, Terry Meeuwsen and Gordon Robertson, son of Pat. News items of interest are delivered by anchor John Jessup.
aired 17 days ago
"The 700 Club," which first broadcast in 1966, is a newsmagazine featuring guests, news, music, testimonies and spiritual stories from a Christian perspective. News stories are frequently related to Bible passages or deal with Christian lifestyle issues. Hosts of the long-running religious show include televangelist (and former candidate for the Republican presidential nomination) Pat Robertson, Terry Meeuwsen and Gordon Robertson, son of Pat. News items of interest are delivered by anchor John Jessup.
aired 18 days ago
"The 700 Club," which first broadcast in 1966, is a newsmagazine featuring guests, news, music, testimonies and spiritual stories from a Christian perspective. News stories are frequently related to Bible passages or deal with Christian lifestyle issues. Hosts of the long-running religious show include televangelist (and former candidate for the Republican presidential nomination) Pat Robertson, Terry Meeuwsen and Gordon Robertson, son of Pat. News items of interest are delivered by anchor John Jessup.
aired 18 days ago
"The 700 Club," which first broadcast in 1966, is a newsmagazine featuring guests, news, music, testimonies and spiritual stories from a Christian perspective. News stories are frequently related to Bible passages or deal with Christian lifestyle issues. Hosts of the long-running religious show include televangelist (and former candidate for the Republican presidential nomination) Pat Robertson, Terry Meeuwsen and Gordon Robertson, son of Pat. News items of interest are delivered by anchor John Jessup.
aired 18 days ago
"The 700 Club," which first broadcast in 1966, is a newsmagazine featuring guests, news, music, testimonies and spiritual stories from a Christian perspective. News stories are frequently related to Bible passages or deal with Christian lifestyle issues. Hosts of the long-running religious show include televangelist (and former candidate for the Republican presidential nomination) Pat Robertson, Terry Meeuwsen and Gordon Robertson, son of Pat. News items of interest are delivered by anchor John Jessup.
aired 18 days ago
"The 700 Club," which first broadcast in 1966, is a newsmagazine featuring guests, news, music, testimonies and spiritual stories from a Christian perspective. News stories are frequently related to Bible passages or deal with Christian lifestyle issues. Hosts of the long-running religious show include televangelist (and former candidate for the Republican presidential nomination) Pat Robertson, Terry Meeuwsen and Gordon Robertson, son of Pat. News items of interest are delivered by anchor John Jessup.
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"The 700 Club," which first broadcast in 1966, is a newsmagazine featuring guests, news, music, testimonies and spiritual stories from a Christian perspective. News stories are frequently related to Bible passages or deal with Christian lifestyle issues. Hosts of the long-running religious show include televangelist (and former candidate for the Republican presidential nomination) Pat Robertson, Terry Meeuwsen and Gordon Robertson, son of Pat. News items of interest are delivered by anchor John Jessup.
aired 18 days ago
"The 700 Club," which first broadcast in 1966, is a newsmagazine featuring guests, news, music, testimonies and spiritual stories from a Christian perspective. News stories are frequently related to Bible passages or deal with Christian lifestyle issues. Hosts of the long-running religious show include televangelist (and former candidate for the Republican presidential nomination) Pat Robertson, Terry Meeuwsen and Gordon Robertson, son of Pat. News items of interest are delivered by anchor John Jessup.

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