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Monday December 28, 2009

Calvary Chapel:

Pastor Chuck Smith has suffered a ‘minor stroke’ and is ‘doing well’

Pastor Chuck Smith, 82, senior pastor of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, California, and the father of the “Jesus People” phenomenon in Southern California, has suffered a “minor stroke” and is in a local hospital.

Greg Laurie, senior pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship, Riverside, California, said on his blog “Last night, Pastor Chuck Smith was taken to the hospital and had what was described by his doctor as a ‘mini-stroke.’ His doctor expects him to make a full recovery.”
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Friday March 2, 2007

Calvary Chapel:

Amid accusations over sex, money and control, Pastor Chuck Smith is about to surrender much of the evangelical radio empire to a man he calls morally unfit for ministry.
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Tuesday September 5, 2006

 

Calvary Chapel:

For Pastor Chuck Smith, the big issues are undebatable. For Chuck Smith Jr., also a pastor, it's not so crystal clear. Something had to give.
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Tuesday May 9, 2006

Calvary Chapel:

Former pastor still pulled strings years after his departure, Calvary of Albuquerque members claim.
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Monday May 1, 2006

Calvary Chapel:

Applause built up in waves as the numbers grew on the overhead screens: $50 million ? $75 million ? $90 million.
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Monday February 27, 2006

Calvary Chapel:

Parishioners Speak With Action 7 News' Rod Green
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Wednesday February 22, 2006

Calvary Chapel:

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Officials at the Calvary Chapel of Albuquerque released a statement Monday about the seemingly sudden resignation of its pastor, the Rev. Pete Nelson.
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Tuesday February 21, 2006

Calvary Chapel:

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- A shakeup at the top of Calvary Chapel of Albuquerque has congregation members wondering what happened.
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Sunday December 11, 2005

Calvary Chapel:

Many young Americans don't find relevance in the church, says Chuck Smith Jr., because they can't accept the answers "that the church has been trained to give."
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