Colson, Charles Wendell: - Charles Wendell Chuck Colson (1931) was the chief counsel for President Richard Nixon from 1969 to 1973 and was one of the Watergate Seven, jailed for Watergate-related charges. His later life has been spent working with his non-profit organization devoted to prison ministry called Prison Fellowship. Colson is also a public speaker and author. He is the founder and chairman of the Wilberforce Forum, which is the Christian worldview thinking, teaching, and advocacy arm of Prison Fellowship, and includes Colsons daily radio broadcast, BreakPoint, now heard on a thousand outlets. The ministry conducts justice reform efforts through Justice Fellowship. Colson has received fifteen honorary doctorates and in 1993 was awarded the Templeton Prize, the worlds largest cash gift (over $1 million) which is given each year to the one person in the world who has done the most to advance the cause of religion. He donated the prize, as he does all speaking fees and royalties, to further the work of Prison Fellowship.