In Memory of Chuck Colson (1931-2012)

If you have never heard of Chuck Colson, that’s a real shame. Please follow the link I have provided and become aquainted with him, however belated that aquaintance may be.

Click Here.

Chuck went home to be with his Lord this morning, shortly after 3 am. He will be sorely missed.

Because of the efforts of Mr. Colson, many prisoners have come to know Christ, freedoms have been preserved, ethics have been championed, atheists have been challenged, and politicians have been held to account. May God raise up others to take his place.

In his honor, please go to the box on the right labeled Manhattan Declaration.” Please read the declaration and sign it. Make your voice heard in the fight for religious liberty in this country.

“One of the most wonderful things about being a Christian is that I don’t ever get up in the morning and wonder if what I do matters. I live every day to the fullest because I can live it through Christ and I know no matter what I do today, I’m going to do something to advance the Kingdom of God.”— Charles Colson


Filed under America, Apologetics, Christian Unity, Culture Wars, Defending Traditional Marriage, Witnessing, World View

4 responses to “In Memory of Chuck Colson (1931-2012)

  1. I first heard Chuck Colson on a radio station while driving from Charlotte to Atlanta three years ago. I cannot remember what the programme was but when I came home I ordered a book by Chuck and Harold Fickett that was mentioned on the programme. Very sad to hear of his passing.

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