Mike Johnson couldn’t believe the man on the book cover was standing outside his cell. Thirty-seven years later, he still feels the impact of Chuck Colson’s words.
In this Easter message of second chances and redemption, Prison Fellowship president and CEO James Ackerman looks back at Charles Colson's legacy.
Matthew Charles and Emily Colson were two featured speakers at the inaugural Second Chance Month Gala at the historic Watergate Hotel.
In this tribute to Chuck Colson, former prisoner Marty Angelo shares how Chuck Colson had a direct impact on his own life and transformation from disgraced producer to follower of Jesus Christ.
Prison Fellowship presents Gene Mills with the 2017 Charles Colson Advocate of Hope Award for his role in advancing criminal justice reform in Louisiana.
For 40 years, Prison Fellowship® has been going into correctional facilities, sharing the good news of Jesus Christ with those behind bars, and offering the hope of true transformation. Through the use of Bible-based programming, and with the help of thousands of committed volunteers, lives are being changed, hope is being restored, and darkness is being replaced with the promise of a future.
In this week's Insider, Doug Gillquist, the executive director of strategic gifts at Prison Fellowship®, shares the story of a woman whose life seems hopeless at first glance.
"This gal had an incredibly tough background," Gillquist shares. "An abusive marriage. A second relationship outside of marriage where there was perhaps even more abuse …
A version of the following article originally aired as a BreakPoint commentary on August 18, 2016, and is reproduced here with permission.
Charles W. “Chuck” Colson was packing his bags to go home, having served his time for a Watergate-related offense.