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 January 20, 2004
The Da Vinci Code is well-written, interesting... and full of lies that are passed off as if historically researched and true. It is a masterpiece of deceit, far more effective as heresy than if it had been poorly written.
Whose Constitution Is It?
article March 1, 1998
The Supreme Court building, with its white marble pillars, towers above the street across from the U. S. Capitol (as though these two branches of government were staring each other down, the better to maintain an even balance of power).
Where Was God?: Reflections on God's Goodness and Terrorism
article September 18, 2001
This weekend I received a call from a Christian friend who was deeply troubled. The husband of a woman to whom she had been witnessing had been killed in the World Trade Center attack.
Fantasy, Fiction, and Faith: The Harry Potter Question
article January 20, 2010
The series of children's books is popular with kids around the world—but the British author was taking heat from the Christian community. People argued that since the books are full of witchcraft and wizardry, crystal balls and spell-casting, they weren't fit for kids to read.
Exploiting the Generation Gap: CosmoGirl! Vs. Parents
article October 1, 1999
Imagine if strangers approached your 12-year-old daughter and said they wanted to talk with her about her problems at home, at school and with boys.
An UnHoly Hoax? The Authenticity of Christ
article March 29, 2002
It's become the surest way to get attention during Easter: claim the resurrection of Christ was an unholy hoax.
America's Right to Pray: Resisting Unjust Judges
article September 21, 2000
It's not that America will fail if prayer is outlawed at football games. It won't. But America most assuredly will fail if the courts continue their unconstitutional usurpation of power.