700 Club Interactive

What is 700 Club Interactive?

700 Club Interactive is a place dedicated to prayer, uplifting stories, positive Christian news, encouragement and community. We are a TV show, but more than that, we are a movement – connecting the dots between faith and culture and addressing the hard questions like: what’s my purpose? How am I living out God’s love? What’s my role as a Christian in today’s culture? In the face of war and chaos and uncertainty, how do we keep our hope? How do we live out our faith?

We are a diverse team committed to reaching the world with the Gospel. For unbelievers, we want to show them the power and love of Jesus. For existing Christians, we want to both challenge and inspire them to grow in their faith. We are storytellers with the media as our platform.

Join us for honest conversations, unique perspectives from Christian leaders and thinkers, daily encouragement, inspiring stories and news from a Christian perspective.

You can watch the show weekdays at 9:30AM EST on Freeform (previously ABC Family) and online here.



We believe in the power of fellowship and our desire is to create a movement, where Christians from all over the globe can connect, be inspired, and be challenged in their faith.

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Gordon RobertsonGordon Robertson
CEO, Christian Broadcasting Network

The youngest son of Pat and Dede Robertson, Gordon grew up in Portsmouth, Virginia as God expanded the ministry of CBN. After graduating from Yale University, Gordon earned his Juris Doctor from Washington and Lee University. For the next 10 years, he practiced law in Norfolk, Virginia. Sensing God's call to win the lost to Christ, Gordon resigned from his law firm and moved to the Philippines with his family. He founded CBN Asia, established a local prayer counseling center, hosted The 700 Club Asia, and created a training organization known as The Asian Center for Missions. Gordon returned stateside in April 1999, and is now actively involved in all aspects of programming for CBN's ministry. He serves as the Executive Producer for The 700 Club and the state-of-the-art animation series Superbook, and, since 2007, he has been the Chief Executive Officer of CBN.



Terry MeeuwsenTerry Meeuwsen
Founder and Director, Orphan's Promise

A native of Wisconsin, Terry was a high school homecoming queen and later attended St. Norbert College. For two years, she traveled with the singing group "The New Christy Minstrels", until she left the show to compete for the Miss America crown. She won the pagaent in 1973, and began her television career shortly thereafter, hosting a daily talk show in Milwaukee called A New Day for WTMJ-TV. Terry had guest-hosted The 700 Club on occasion, and was brought into the fold in 1993. She currently co-hosts The 700 Club alongside Pat Robertson, and also hosted the CBN show Living the Life with comedian Louise DuArt. Terry and her husband, Andy, have seven children. Five of them are adopted. The adoption of their three daughters from Ukraine opened her eyes to the plight of millions of children around to world who are alone and in desperate situations. Out of that concern, a ministry called Orphan's Promise was born. The ministry has provided housing, health care, job training, mentoring, food and clothing, and other forms of assistance to at-risk children in over sixty countries around the world.




Andrew KnoxAndrew Knox
Vice President, The 700 Club

Born and raised in New Jersey, Andrew Knox came to Virginia to attend Lynchburg College, and, later, Regent University. Shortly after graduation, he attained a job as the sports reporter for the Christian Broadcasting Network. During that time, he interviewed sports luminaries such as John Wooden, James Brown, Louis Zamperini, and has reported from events such as the World Series, Super Bowl, and the Final Four. He first started hosting 700 Club Interactive in the summer of 2013. Dubbed "the voice of Telethon", Andrew provides the voice-over work for many of the stories that air on both The 700 Club and 700 Club Interactive. As Vice President, he oversees the staff of producers and is heavily involved in the programming and editorial process of stories. He and his wife reside in Virginia with their three children.