Chuck Colson

Christian Post Guest Columnist

Confessing Courage

As we honor Sanctity of Life month, I want to tell the stories of two real profiles in courage. Men who risked all to save the least among us.

Celebrating Dr. King

"A just law is a man-made code that squares with the moral law or the law of God. An unjust law is out of harmony with the moral law."

Embracing Courtesy

When's the last time you watched or listened to a talk show without hearing someone insult someone else? Funny, I can't remember either.

Civic Courage Then and Now

Bearing a faithful witness in a hostile culture requires what Dietrich Bonhoeffer called "civic courage." It's as true now as it was in his time.

Live to Serve

I said earlier in the week that my new year's resolution is to live every day as my last. And to my last breath, God help me, I'll live to serve.

Persecution in Iraq

Finally, a major news outlet reports on the persecution of Iraqi Christians. But I have to wonder if the Administration is reading the headlines.

Oprah Gets One Right

I always tell people that when they read a book to keep their eyes open for Christian themes. But I never thought I'd say they could find them on Oprah's book list.