John Stonestreet shares a classic Chuck Colson BreakPoint commentary on Thanksgiving, Squanto, and the Providence of God.
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Today is the birthday of one of the giants of the faith -- certainly he was a giant in my life. I think you know him pretty well.
Prison Fellowship founder and former Nixon aide Chuck Colson was memorialized Wednesday at Washington National Cathedral.
A year ago Sunday, my friend and mentor, Chuck Colson, passed away. What I said on BreakPoint at that time still applies today.
Chuck’s huge vision and efforts to “take every thought captive to Christ” were a reflection of what may have been his deepest core belief.
Colson, the Watergate figure whose dramatic conversion led him to dedicate his life to prison ministry and evangelical leadership, died Saturday at 80.