In the game of “Life” you never know what you’ll roll, nor where you’ll end up. So describes the lives of Scott and Sherry Jennings, Kim De Blecourt, Robertson McQuilkin, and Chuck Colson.
Evangelical Christianity lost one of its most eloquent and influential voices on April 21, 2012 with the death of Charles W. “Chuck” Colson. Colson was the founder of Prison Fellowship and Colson Center for Christian Worldview
A Watergate figure who emerged from the country’s worst political scandal, a vocal Christian leader and a champion for prison ministry, Colson spent the last years of his life in the dual role of leading Prison Fellowship, the world’s largest outreach to prisoners, ex-prisoners and their families, and the Colson Center, a research and training center focused on Christian worldview teaching.
The Game of Life
Men Who Marked the Ministry
Hear from the people who directly influenced Dennis Rainey, and consequently the entire ministry of FamilyLife: Josh McDowell, Howard Hendricks, Chuck Colson, and Bill Bright.
Chuck Colson onThe Manhattan Declaration
Marriage is under attack.
The Need for Ethics
Chuck Colson defines the meaning of ethics and explains why ethics are so crucial for a society to thrive.
You’ve been given marching orders.
It’s not adversity that defines you, but how you handle it that matters.
The Gift of Max
Life can change in a moment.
A Father and His Daughter
Dark clouds often have rainbows behind them.
A Life Well-Lived
So many people try to achieve “the good life,” only to find that the promise of success just leaves them empty.
Coming to Grips With Grace
Unabashed loyalty to Richard Nixon landed former White House aide Chuck Colson in prison.