No offense but, Pat Robertson, back in my enchanted-christian days, never did float my boat.He'd even resort to use his CBN show's popularity to gain votes as a presidential candidate. [This message has been edited by Glock Version 2 (edited ).] I know what you mean, Glock.They believed that women as leaders in church are not biblically supported.Update 4-Jan-2003: Now since the highest court of the land (the Philippine Supreme Court) ruled, once in for all, in favor of Gugulan's group, the name of Soriano's church was drastrically changed to: He spreads his teachings through the radio waves and lately used the television and internet facilities.Seven hundred dollars is the minimum level of annual support that they expect from their supporters.By the name they chose for their 'ministry', it is easy to tell what is important to them.
The program gained popularity in the '90s due to Soriano's strong opinions.
A few days before his 17th birthday, Eli’s parents brought him to a worship service in the Locale of Pasay.
He was moved to tears when he heard the preaching of Bro.
As for El Shaddai, well, I've listened to Mike Velarde talk, and he doesn't seem to transmit any substance. Big expensive campers, plush mansion in Alabang, and tacky plaid suits, it looks to me.
700 Club, I'm biased towards, since I'm an evangelical Protestant myself. Do you know what the '700' refers to in The 700 Club?