The life of Trinity Broadcasting Network co-founder Paul Crouch will be celebrated publicly on television this coming week.
The program will air from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. PST this Sunday and on Monday at 2 p.m. PST.
Crouch died Saturday at the age of 79 from heart problems.
Friends of the Christian television pioneer said he never let his health problems slow him down in the work he believed God called him to do.
Condolences are still pouring into TBN.
"I'll miss my friend, but there is joy in heaven where millions of people are thanking him for sharing Jesus with them," Evangelist Arthur Blessitt wrote.
CBN Founder and Chairman Pat Robertson expressed sadness at his friend's passing. He said Crouch's ministry will have a lasting impact around the world.
"Paul was a pioneer in Christian television; the channels and studios that Paul built around the world are an incredible achievement and will live on as a permanent legacy," Robertson said. "All of us at CBN mourn his passing and our prayers are with the Crouch family."