Charles Colson was widely known as a writer, speaker and radio commentator. He emerged a Christian from the Watergate scandal that cost Richard Nixon the presidency, before serving seven months in prison for obstruction of justice. His experience inspired him to dedicate the rest of his life to evangelize for prisoners’ rights. Colson founded Prison Fellowship, which has ministered to prisoners in 113 countries around the world. He authored more than 30 books, among them Born Again, Being the Body, Loving God, and How Now Shall We Live?. Colson died in April 2012 at the age of 80.