Bobby Schuller

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Robert Vernon "Bobby" Schuller (born July 28, 1981) is an American Christian pastor, and writer. He is the son of Robert A. Schuller and grandson of Robert H. Schuller. He serves as lead pastor on the Hour of Power television service and is the interim senior pastor of Shepherd's Grove church in Garden Grove, California.[1] Shepherds Grove is the congregation formerly known as the Crystal Cathedral congregation, which changed its name after moving to its new campus (formerly the location of St. Callistus' Catholic Church) on July 7, 2013, following the bankruptcy of Crystal Cathedral Ministries. The church, like its predecessor, is a congregation of the Reformed Church in America.

Additionally, Schuller serves as pastor of the Tree of Life Community Church in Garden Grove, California, and is President of the St. Patrick Project, a social services outreach in Orange County.[2]

Schuller graduated from Oral Roberts University in 2003 and received a Masters of Divinity degree from Fuller Theological Seminary in 2008. He is a commissioned pastor of the Reformed Church in America.

Schuller is the author of the national best selling[citation needed] book titled Imagine Happiness, published in 2012. He has been a regular television personality on shows like 100 Huntley Street and TLC's The Messengers.[3] He lives in Orange, California, with his wife and two children.


  1. ^ Crystal Cathedral Ministries. "Ministry FAQ". Hour of Power. Retrieved 2013-11-13. 
  2. ^ Nicole Santa Cruz, Los Angeles Times (2010-11-27). "The Schullers: A tale of two churches - Los Angeles Times". Retrieved 2013-11-13. 
  3. ^ Stanley, Alessandra (July 21, 2006). "Choosing America’s Next Top Motivator in ‘The Messengers’". The New York Times.