Now based primarily in Virginia Beach, CBN says its reach extends to more than 100 international sites and territories in dozens of languages through television and video evangelism, online ministry and prayer facilities. The talk show “700 Club” is present in the overwhelming majority of television markets in the United States.
Robertson, who ran for president in 1988, also founded the Christian Coalition, galvanizing American evangelicals into a conservative political dynamic.
As host of the “700 Club,” Robertson usually found himself in scorching water for his on-air statements. In 2005, he spoke about the assassination of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and warned residents of a rural Pennsylvania town not to be shocked if disaster struck them because they had dismissed board members. who preferred to educate “smart design”.
But Robertson also called for an end to the prison terms necessary for convictions for possession of marijuana. He later mentioned to the “700 Club” that marijuana should be legalized and treated like alcohol because the federal government’s fight against medicine had failed.
In December 2007, Robertson’s son Gordon succeeded him as Chief Governor of CBN. Robertson remained president of the community and continued to oversee the “700 Club”.
Robertson will still appear in a month-to-month interactive episode of the “700 Club” and may appear on this system “from time to time as the news warrants it,” the community said.
Gordon Robertson mentioned that “his father’s legacy and example of his prayer life will continue to lead the ‘700 Club’ for years to come.