The Official Writing Challenge
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Oh, I like this.

I would have maybe focused a bit more on Chuck Colson's story. Perhaps share a quote of his or two. Also, it would be good to include a link to your source for your information on Chuck Colson. Even if it's "common knowledge" to you, it's not to everyone, so it's best to cite sources on non-fiction pieces like this.

This was fascinating! If I'd heard about Chuck Colson's background, I had certainly forgotten. I learned something new today!
Great use of Colson as an example/model of your point. Nicely done.