The regular columns for The Chuck Colson Center are designed to deepen and expand your understanding and experience of the Christian worldview. Bringing together elements of Scripture, Christian tradition, and contemporary life, the following columns can provide a steady diet of nutritional worldview teaching and thought.
ViewPoint: The daily column by T. M. Moore, Dean of the Centurions, ViewPoint seeks to ground our contemporary Christian lives in the teaching of Scripture. Register to have ViewPoint sent to your desktop each morning. Each week's series is combined into a study for individuals or groups, together with questions for discussion, and is available free of charge.
Call and Response: Guest Commentaries and Colson Center Editorials comprise this section, designed to encourage our readers to reflect, then take action on key issues of importance to contemporary Christian believers. The views of our Guest Commentators do not necessarily reflect the official position of the Colson Center.
The Colson Files: This weekly feature draws from the Chuck Colson archives to address timely topics from the perspective of the Christian worldview. Each series of weekly commentaries is combined into a free downloadable study, suitable for individuals or groups.
ChangePoint: Writers for this column explore contemporary moral, social, and cultural issues with a view to challenging readers with specific responses.
Ancient Paths: Here is a free weekly download of quotes, Scriptures, and questions for reflection, to help root you in the teaching of Scripture and a lesson from the Christian heritage relative to Christian worldview living. Subscribe to receive Ancient Paths each week.
World View: Learn to view the world through the lens of the Christian worldview as this periodic column leads you from an encounter with creation or culture, through the grid of Scripture, into your everyday experience as a follower of Jesus Christ.
Notes From the Field: What's going on at other websites that relates to the Christian's understanding of the world? These periodic reports will link you to timely articles and other materials from a wide range of websites exploring issues of culture and society.