Question of the Week – Why Is The Scripture Important for Those With SSA?

Over the years, the Bible has been used and abused concerning the issue of homosexuality. Many people with SSA might approach the scriptures reluctantly as a result. However, the Bible is God's love letter to all people and is meant to be a source of life and encouragement. … [Read more...]

Exodus Week-End Review – March 7th, 2013

In today's video we share about the importance of scripture for those with SSA, highlight a very helpful book by Dr. Mark Yarhouse, invite people to partner with us for the Exodus Freedom Conference, and more. If you find this or any of our Exodus Week-End Review videos … [Read more...]

Litmus Test Christianity

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Litmus Test Christianity “Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father but through Me.” - John 14:6 New American Standard Bible (NASB) I have been involved in and among the so-called “ex-gay” movement for almost 21 … [Read more...]

Judge Less, Pray More – Letter from Alan Chambers for November 2012

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Everyone is clamoring for the No. 1 spot in the great gay Christian debate. For some, it isn't enough that people hold to a traditional, conservative, and biblical sexual ethic; they also want to emphasize that homosexual sexual expression is more egregious than other sexual … [Read more...]

When Christ Shapes Culture

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I’m a Millennial. I grew up in a landscape that left me embarrassed to say, “I’m a Christian.” No one is perfect, but the culture wars the church had been involved with for a few decades before I entered the world in ’85, left a sour taste in many people’s … [Read more...]

Exodus at Jeanne Mayo Youth Leader Conference

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Exodus is at Jeanne Mayo's National Youth Leader Conference this week in Atlanta, GA. Please pray for us as we offer resources and help to those who stop by. As we seek to equip youth pastors, take a look at this great article written by Jeffrey Wallace, a youth pastor … [Read more...]

Have You Been Taken Captive?

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Great insight from pastor, Paul David Tripp: When I was in seminary preparing for ministry, I never imagined what I've encountered since then as a counselor. So many times I've sat with confused and discouraged people, people who had made regrettable personal decisions that … [Read more...]

His Kindness

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I left my wife in 1996. I was a mess of confusion and frustration and anger.  My Christianity had primarily been a force for behavior modification and for years I had fought to keep my behavior in check.  I was fearful of God’s disfavor with me and I was fearful that my … [Read more...]

Alan Reflects on GCN

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Dear Friends, Homosexuality has superseded religion as the most divisive issue discussed in our world today.  Rarely is a discussion had without deeply passionate people sharing deeply personal stories and convictions.  Add to that the nuances of language and the … [Read more...]

Life to Live Today

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I turn 46 this year and I have several friends joining me in the upward creep toward 50. We have spent considerable time talking about the reality of life in our 40s. I told one friend that I catch myself longing for my 20s and all the opportunity that lay ahead of me then. … [Read more...]