Ben Kinchlow, Pat Robertson’s affable, former co-host on the long-running spiritual program “The 700 Club,” has died at the age of 82.

The evangelist passed away Thursday, July 18, 2019. No cause of death was offered but he apparently died in his hospital bed, reported Charisma News.

Ben Kinchlow was known throughout the world as the long-time Co-host of The 700 Club and Host of the International Edition of The 700 Club. For 20 years, Kinchlow was a steadying presence at the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) before leaving to start his own ministry.

He said, “Everyday on The 700 Club was memorable – it was just that kind of show.” He remembered one of the best parts of being on the show was the interaction between the hosts.

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Before his death, the minister fondly recalled “The 700 Club’s” generational appeal. He often talked with people who remembered him from The 700 Club.

“People will share how as children they watched the show with their parents and now they are in ministry,” said Kinchlow. “’The 700 Club’ has impacted so many lives; it is hard to separate one experience from the other. It is all a part of CBN.”

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