Though I've never met Pastor Schuller, he has influenced my life. While staying at the youth hostel in Long Beach, CA, I came across his book, "Tough Times Never Last, but Tough People Do!" Back at home in Palo Alto, I bought the book at Tower Records. When one of my roommates had a snafu, I gave it to her. I bought another copy, then gave it to the principal of my high school when her son was seriously burned in a car accident. Recently, I bought 2 copies, one for myself, the other for my best friend. Thank you, Pastor Schuller, for being there!
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Thanks for your response; I was wondering if anyone cared. I know TV evangelists get a bad rap - a lot of it justified - but Pastor Schuller was one of the few who genuinely tried to help people. Read the book to see what I mean.
yl- I don't read books of men.I check what they teach and compare it to scripture. He fails the test
Pastor Schuller taught people how to overcome problems and be successful in life. He followed where Jesus led; "I have come that they may have life, and have it more abundantly".
yl-- his teachings on self esteem and self reliance and that salvation can be found outside of Christ are against scripture and are evil. scripture says
to crucify (kill) our fleshly desire and that salvation is through Christ alone. & much mo