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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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Dan Pilla reveals some tax changes due to COVID-19.
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The 700 Club answers your email questions.
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Across the country, states are taking a variety of positions on abortion, with very real consequences for women and local communities. The tension is especially dramatic in St. Louis, Mo., which sits just across the Mississippi River from Illinois.
aired 3 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 3 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 3 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 3 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 4 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 4 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 6 days ago
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Tax expert Dan Pilla reveals how small business owners can stay out of trouble with the IRS. Book "Small Business Tax Guide: The Complete Guide to Organizing and Operating Your Small Business."
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Georgian Banov, a musician originally from Bulgaria, reveals the hardships of growing up under socialism/communism.
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Why do we need the electoral college, and why are so many seeking to abolish it?
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Pat Robertson's 90th Birthday Tribute- a tribute to Pat's ongoing legacy that includes the history of CBN and the 700 Club, Operation Blessing and Regent University.
aired 13 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 13 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 13 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 13 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 14 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 14 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 14 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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