Bibliography of Published Works by Chancellor Gordon Robertson
This guide presents thumbnail sketches of Gordon Robertson’s published works. A separate page lists audio books, video recordings, lectures, and speeches in various AV formats held by the Regent University Library.
The son of Pat and Dede Robertson, Gordon graduated from Yale University in 1980 and earned his Juris Doctor degree from Washington and Lee University in 1984. He then practiced law in Norfolk, Virginia, for 10 years.
In 1994, Gordon had a profound encounter with the Lord and moved to the Philippines, where he established CBN Asia. The following year, he founded the Asian Center for Missions (ACM), dedicated to training and sending Asian missionaries throughout the world. ACM is now one of the largest missionary agencies in the Philippines with more than 2,000 graduates trained in cross-cultural missions.
In 1996, Gordon created CBN Asia’s flagship television show, The 700 Club Asia, which is now one of the longest-running Christian television shows in the Philippines and is distributed by satellite around the world. Also in 1996, CBN Asia started a humanitarian organization, Operation Blessing Philippines, which has been recognized as “NGO of the Year” by the Philippine government. Over the next three years, Gordon launched CBN centers in Indonesia, India, Hong Kong, Beijing and Thailand.
As Executive Producer of The 700 Club, Gordon oversees all aspects of programming for the ministry. He hosts CBN’s original flagship program, The 700 Club, as well as 700 Club Interactive, a daily show airing on Freeform and online, and Miracle Living Today.
As Executive Producer of CBN Films and CBN Animation, Gordon has produced documentaries on important Christian topics; and more than 65 episodes of Superbook,, which is broadcast to millions of viewers in dozens of languages around the globe.