Chuck Colson is actively involved in Prison Fellowship and Prison Fellowship International which he founded in 1976. Prison Fellowship partners with local churches across the country to minister to a group that society often scorns and neglects: prisoners, ex-prisoners, and their families.
In 1983, Chuck established Justice Fellowship, now the nation’s largest faith-based criminal justice reform group. Chuck continues his work as a radio commentator with “BreakPoint,”a daily radio feature he launched in 1991. BreakPoint is a unique and well-received attempt to provide a distinct Christian worldview on everyday issues and conflicts. The program is aired daily on over 1,000 radio outlets nationwide.
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article November 9, 2004
For nearly thirty years, the phrase killing fields was synonymous with Cambodia. Between 1975 and 1979, the communist Khmer Rouge killed at least one million Cambodians in their attempt to reinvent their society.
Moral Equivalency: The Religious Left Gets It Wrong
article February 21, 2005
We oppose abortion because we respect the fact that all humans are made in the image of God.
Speaking the Truth: Ani’s Oral Report
article July 16, 2001
Whenever I start despairing over defeats in the culture war, I hear a story like this one and it renews my hope. Ani Seromik is a high school senior in the Midwest and she’s a Christian.
How Good It Is to Thank the Lord: Why Scripture Commands Us to Sing
article July 1, 2009
Enjoying good music makes us smile. It’s part of what makes us human. And one recent TV show drives the point home in an unexpected and astounding way.
Speak Out or Give in?
article March 19, 2006
There they go again. The liberal media, it seems, likes nothing better than to play up what they see (or create) as divisions in the evangelical ranks.
Scientists and Their Gods: The Question of Coherence
article January 5, 2004
Can God use accidents and embarrassing pauses? He did in the life of one prominent professor.
The War at Home
article September 12, 2001
We are partly and appropriately struck silent with the enormous loss of life in the collapse of the Twin Towers, the explosion at the Pentagon, and the highjacked airliners that were crashed.
The Toughest Day in Prison
article November 26, 1999
Biblical teachings on justice aim not only at punishment for crime but also at restoration of the community.
The Christian and the Word of God: Reclaiming Our Heritage: Celebrating God's Word
article November 21, 2000
Roughly 21 percent of Americans read the Bible weekly and 16 percent read it daily, according to surveys by George Gallup.
Aftermath Lessons from Terri Schiavo's Life and Death
article April 5, 2005
The controversy over the decision of judges to starve her to death is not going away anytime soon—and that’s a good thing.