Ben KinchlowVP of Spiritual Wellness Division
Ben Kinchlow is known throughout the world as the long time Co-Host of The 700 Club, and Host of the International Edition of The 700 Club, as seen in more than 80 countries. He also produced and hosted several CBN specials such as ``Straight Talk,`` a daily 30-minute high-energy television show, and co-hosted ``Taking It To The Streets,`` a live daily one-hour radio talk show. Kinchlow served 13 years in the Air Force…was recipient of the American Legion Award of Merit…earned a degree in Business Administration…was named to ``Who's Who in Small Colleges``…later directed a drug and alcohol rehabilitation program at ``Christian Farms`` in Killeen, Texas. He was ordained in the African Methodist Episcopal Church in 1971. Kinchlow founded ``His Place,`` a ministry to teens. He came to CBN where he served as Director of Counseling, with oversight of the National Counseling Centers in major cities across the United States. He joined Pat Robertson as Co-Host of The 700 Club. In addition to his hosting responsibilities, he also served as Vice President for Domestic Ministries, with responsibility for all aspects of the Counseling Centers, including recruiting and training Area Directors and establishing relationships with major churches. Responsibilities included supervision of International Counseling Centers in numerous countries, including Panama, the Philippine Islands, Colombia, and Costa Rica. As Executive Vice President, he had management oversight of the Major Donor Department, Partner Correspondence, Estate Planning Division, Direct Mail, and Partner Seminars. This provided comprehensive experience in many facets of the business and operations of large international ministries. As a member of Phi Theta Kappa, Kinchlow was honored as its ``Most Distinguished Alumnus`` and he graduated from the CEO/Executive Management course at the University of Virginia. After more than 20 years, Kinchlow left CBN to begin independent ministry.