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Today as we honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country, let’s listen to Chuck Colson’s Memorial Day BreakPoint broadcast from May of 2001.

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"In an increasingly hostile, secular culture, Christians are faced with issues and choices we’ve never had to deal with before. BreakPoint is here to help believers of every denominational background develop a robust Christian worldview—seeing, understanding, and engaging the world from a biblical perspective." - Chuck Colson

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