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Oral Roberts University's President Mark Rutland is interviewing top leaders in a new television series titled "Face to Face." This program will debut on January 13, 2011 at 6 p.m. Central Time on Golden Eagle Broadcasting (KGEB Tulsa 53), DirecTV Channel 363.

In each 30-minute episode of "Face to Face," Rutland will interview prominent individuals -- industry leaders, ministers, writers, musicians -- and ask about their lives, how they arrived at their current position, and what their thoughts are on leadership, faith, culture, and other questions of the day.

"Some things about a person you…


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Oral Roberts University's President Mark Rutland is interviewing top leaders in a new television series titled "Face to Face." This program will debut on January 13, 2011 at 6 p.m. Central Time on Golden Eagle Broadcasting (KGEB Tulsa 53), DirecTV Channel 363.

In each 30-minute episode of "Face to Face," Rutland will interview prominent individuals -- industry leaders, ministers, writers, musicians -- and ask about their lives, how they arrived at their current position, and what their thoughts are on leadership, faith, culture, and other questions of the day.

"Some things about a person you can't learn from a distance," says Rutland. "That's the reason I like to be face to face with somebody, and really get to know them."

Several episodes were shot this fall, featuring pastor and founder of Life Today Ministry James Robinson, basketball coaching legend Eddie Sutton, author Stephen Mansfield, Mardel Christian and Education founder and ORU Board Chair Mart Green, author/speaker/ORU trustee and alumna Lynette Lewis, Relevant Media Group founder/CEO/ORU trustee and alumnus Cameron Strang, Building Community Institute founder Clifton Taulbert, author/speaker Simon T. Bailey, ORU International Worship Center Director Wayne Lee, and Tulsa County District Attorney Tim Harris. The program is intended to stimulate thought and spur discussion while serving as a showcase for ORU.

"I think viewers will enjoy the style as well as the substance of 'Face to Face,'" Rutland said. "It's not a grilling; it's two people talking about topics that matter. People say fascinating things when you ask the right questions."

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