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Chuck Colson was Richard Nixon's "hatchet man" and was convicted of obstruction of justice in the Watergate case and served time in federal prison as a result. Between the time he was charged and the time he went to prison, however, he was born again and vowed to give his life to Christ. Although many thought it was a ploy to get a shorter term, Mr. Colson has remained true. He is the founder of Prison Fellowship Ministries, the largest prison outreach to prisoners, ex-prisoners, victims, and their families. He has a daily radio feature, "BreakPoint," in which he provides a Christian worldview on current issues and conflicts. He has written numerous books, including "Kingdoms in Conflict," and "How Now Shall We Live?" He donates all of his royalties from his 23 books to the prison ministry.
  • Inside Prison Fellowship Ministries: About Chuck Colson

    The founder of PFM's online biography is subtitled "from political "dirty tricks" to a genuine conversion to Christianity," and details his pre-salvation career details as well as his work for Jesus. Also contains his resume.

  • Newsweek: Chuck Colson on Faith

    An interview with Chuck Colson about his book, "The Faith: What Christians Believe, Why They Believe It and Why It Matters," in the March 3, 2008, issue.

  • Townhall.com: Columns by Chuck Colson

    Archives of Colson's columns on the site from 2003 until the present include all manner of topics, mostly addressing having a Christian worldview in the contemporary secular world.

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