We all know what Scott Fitzgerald said about second acts in American lives. And most of us can cite examples that belie the great writer’s grand assertion.
One of those lives, one of those second acts, passed from the scene the other day. Charles Colson once said that he feared what he might have become had he not gone to prison. But because he did, he transformed his life. He became a tireless minister to incarcerated men and women around the world, and the group he founded, Prison Fellowship Ministries, has offered solace and inspiration to hundreds of thousands of prisoners. Read More