Chuck Colson two minute warnings

Chuck Colson: 2 minute warning – The Big Lie

The lie of communism and the lie of atheism


Colson on Schaeffer

Uploaded by on Jan 31, 2012

Under Francis Schaeffer’s tutelage, Evangelicals like Chuck Colson learned to see life through the lens of a Christian worldview. Join Chuck as he celebrates a life well lived.


Impending Collapse of the American Economy?

Uploaded by on Sep 1, 2010

Niall Ferguson, a Harvard University professor, said that America is on the edge of chaos. American preeminence, power, and global influence is threatened by our unsustainable spending. As Chuck Colson says, “Eventually the bill comes due.” We must relearn the Christian virtues of prudence, responsibility, and avoiding debt. Watch Chuck Colson for more about how a Christian Worldview can change the way we spend and save.


4-23-12 Civil Disobedience and Christians

Uploaded by on Jul 20, 2010

Chuck Colson talks about civil disobedience and cases where Christians may need to practice it. Drawing on the Manhattan Declaration, which refers to civil disobedience as a possibility (if government encroaches too much on religious freedom), Colson also brings in Dr. Timothy George, a co-drafter of that document. Mr. Colson also highly recommends you read T.M. Moore’s,


Two-Minute Warning: Atlas Shrugged and So Should You

Uploaded by on May 10, 2011

A “silly” and “bumptious” novel can have destructive and last power…and then it finds new life as a movie. Viewers beware, Colson warns, because the new movie Atlas Shrugged is an adaptation of Ayn Rand’s same named novel, which peddles a starkly anti-christian philosophy.


Two-Minute Warning: Crippled Without Creed

Uploaded by on May 17, 2011

Shockingly, a secular Jew understands a vital truth the church doesn’t: the “warm-fuzzy” approach to the Gospel doesn’t work. Chuck Colson declares that without its creeds and dogma, the church is becoming increasingly irrelevant.


Two-Minute Warning: Watergate and the Risen Christ

Uploaded by on Apr 20, 2011

Under threat of torture and death, the disciples maintained that Christ has risen. Detractors scoff, declaring that the disciples were a bunch of liars. But from personal experience, Colson says the eyewitness accounts are true. Find out why.


4-23-12 Chuck Colson: 35 Years of Faith —

Uploaded by on Apr 4, 2008

The Christian author and apologist shares his conversion to Christ following the Watergate scandal, his ministry with Prison Fellowship, and insights on the importance of a Christian worldview today.

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Two-Minute Warning: Conscience: A Blank Check

Uploaded by on Jul 19, 2011

Most people believe the conscience is regulated by feelings. Chuck Colson disagrees. Conscience must be informed by objective moral truth. But our conscience needs to be trained, and failing to do so results in dire consequences. To see the cost, open today’s newspaper.


Two-Minute Warning: Read a GOOD book

Uploaded by on Jul 5, 2011

Go ahead and grab a glass of iced tea, kick back in a lawn chair, and read a good book. There is no better way to recharge our batteries than reading. Chuck Colson has some ideas for you.


4-23-12 Two-Minute Warning: Moral Laws, Real Consequences

Uploaded by on Jun 1, 2011

Most people can identify a number of the physical laws of the universe, but these same people would be stumped to identify the moral laws which also govern the universe. Colson is at his finest as he explains the reality of moral laws.


The National Day of Prayer and Religious Freedom

Uploaded by on May 5, 2010

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What would you think if the National Day of Prayer was found unconstitutional, even thought the President of the United States plocaimed how we are “Blessed to live in a Nation that counts freedom of conscience and free exercise of religion among its most fundamental principles?” Well, it happened. Watch this week’s Two-Minute Warning by Chuck Colson where he teaches that when religious liberty erodes, so do all other rights.


Health Care and Ideology

Uploaded by on Mar 15, 2010

Russel Kirk outlined 10 conservative principles that were vital to public policy, first of which was the necessity of preserving the moral order. These principles are consistent with the Gospel and should be a guiding light for all politicians considering a vote for the current healthcare bill. Watch Chuck Colson as he provides a case for the need to check government power and restore a sense of the proper moral order to popular healthcare reform measures.


You Can’t Teach Character

Uploaded by on Jun 15, 2010

Character is not one of those things you can teach. Character is developed. Parents and leaders can help someone understand what character is, but developing character requires training. Listen to Chuck Colson as he describes this training, and offers you a wonderful resource on character building by Donovan Campbell.


Why You Think the Way You Do

Uploaded by on Apr 13, 2010

Christianity has been the most powerful force in shaping Western culture. When the Church is marginalized, we will see a decline in freedom, human rights, life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. The light of Christianity changes the hearts and minds of every culture it touches, because it is a radical belief that elevates the value of every human life. Read more about this topic in a book, written by history professor Dr. Glenn Sunshine


Understanding Your Faith


Charles Colson on Politics & the Christian Faith DVD

Uploaded by on Sep 23, 2008

Preview of Charles Colson on Politics & the Christian Faith DVD. The curriculum contains four sessions on why Christians must live out their faith, promote freedom, and be good citizens. More info at

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