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Join Us for Wilberforce Weekend

  • Mon, Feb 29, 2016

The Colson Center's ability to bring together Christian thought leaders is unparalleled. And the Wilberforce Weekend is the Colson Center's flagship event.  Especially this year, when we'll celebrate the 25th anniversary of BreakPoint® and honor Chuck Colson with the Wilberforce Award.

Hundreds have already signed up and are looking forward to hearing a quality line-up of speakers including Eric Metaxas, John Stonestreet, Frank Wolf, Ed Stetzer, Roberta Ahmanson, Steve Green, Frederica Mathewes-Greene, Mike Miller, Karen Swallow Prior, Johnnie Moore, Samuel Rodriquez, Kelly Rosati, Bill Brown, and Glenn Sunshine.

And, new for this year are excursions into Washington ...

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Praying for Life

  • Mon, Jan 11, 2016

In two weeks, hundreds of thousands of people will join the March for Life in Washington, DC. What if there were three times that many praying?

As Eric Metaxas shared recently on "BreakPoint®," January 22nd is the 43rd anniversary of the worst Supreme Court decision in our nation's history.  With Roe v. Wade, seven robed men gave America some of the most permissive abortion-on-demand laws in the world.  Since that time, nearly 60 million unborn children have been killed in the womb.

January is the month so many American Christians memorialize the unborn through Sanctity of Life Sunday (January ...

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Born in Bethlehem, Living in Our Hearts

  • Mon, Dec 14, 2015

This Christmas season, I think we all would acknowledge that recent events in our world including the acts of terror at home and abroad, have caused us to pause and ask, "where is the hope?"

As Eric Metaxas stated in a recent BreakPoint® commentary, "Tyrants, ancient and modern, have tried to erase any sign of Jesus. It didn't work then, and it won't work now."  He goes onto share this important story . . .

If you ever find yourself in Bethlehem of Judea, there's one attraction you shouldn't miss. First, you'd need to stoop low enough to ...

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