Get informed and equipped to live out the Christian worldview.
Through the proclamation of Truth, leadership training, and collaboration with like-minded organizations, The Colson Center for Christian Worldview seeks to build and resource a movement of Christians committed to living and defending the Christian worldview.
Founded by Chuck Colson (1931 – 2012) in 1991 as a daily radio broadcast, BreakPoint provides a Christian perspective on today’s news and trends via radio, interactive media, and print. Today BreakPoint commentaries, co-hosted by Eric Metaxas and John Stonestreet, air daily on more than 1,200 outlets with an estimated weekly listening audience of eight million people.
BreakPoint.org features Metaxas and Stonestreet commentaries as well as columns and feature articles by leading Christian writers, including the Colson Center’s own Warren Cole Smith, Bill Brown, Shane Morris, and Roberto Rivera. On “BreakPoint This Week,” John Stonestreet and co-host Ed Stetzer engage in lively conversation about news and trends of the week from a Christian worldview perspective.
The Colson Fellows Program is a 9-month long, intensive worldview course with readings, webinars, and residencies that prepare Christians to become leaders for Kingdom change in their sphere of influence.
At the annual Wilberforce Weekend conference, participants hear from first-tier Christian thinkers, authors, and speakers and attend the ceremony and dinner for the Wilberforce Award, which is presented each year to a Christian leader who, in the spirit of William Wilberforce, has exhibited courage and tenacity in fighting injustice and promoting the Christian worldview.
The Colson Center Board of Directors, in keeping with the standards of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (“ECFA”), strives to maintain the integrity of the Colson Center’s mission and to ensure consistent adherence to mission objectives and board policies. See http://www.ecfa.org/Content/Comment2 for more information on ECFA Governance recommendations.
The Colson Center Board of Directors is committed to establishing an environment of dependence on God, active accountability, and the pursuit of excellence in carrying out the Lord’s work.
“Every organization shall be governed by a responsible board of not [fewer] than five individuals, a majority of whom shall be independent, who shall meet at least semiannually to establish policy and review its accomplishments.”
The Colson Center board, consisting of the seven independent directors listed below, meets a minimum of three times a year.
Treasurer and Chair of the Finance and Audit Committee