Thank God for Watergate
Once the youngest Administrative Assistant on Capitol Hill, Charles Colson went on to become Special Counsel to President Richard Nixon. In this audio recording and transcript, the former success-driven presidential aide tells why his prison term for a Watergate offense gave him more meaning and purpose in life than his years at the White House.
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Chuck Colson is actively involved in Prison Fellowship and Prison Fellowship International which he founded in 1976. Prison Fellowship partners with local churches across the country to minister to a group that society often scorns and neglects: prisoners, ex-prisoners, and their families. In 1983, Chuck established Justice Fellowship, now the nation’s largest faith-based criminal justice reform group.
Chuck continues his work as a radio commentator with “BreakPoint,”a daily radio feature he launched in 1991. BreakPoint is a unique and well-received attempt to provide a distinct Christian worldview on everyday issues and conflicts. The program is aired daily on over 1,000 radio outlets nationwide.