The Fragmentation of Evangelicalism and the Precipitation of the Missional Movement — Part Nine

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Today we are excited to share with you the final post of a nine-part series by Brad Sargent concerning his thoughts on the Missional Movement. This article is cross-posted, with permission, from Brad’s personal blog titled Futuristguy. Brad served on staff with Exodus … [Read more...]

The Fragmentation of Evangelicalism and the Precipitation of the Missional Movement — Part Eight

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Today we are excited to share with you the eigth post of a nine-part series by Brad Sargent concerning his thoughts on the Missional Movement. This article is cross-posted, with permission, from Brad’s personal blog titled Futuristguy. Brad served on staff with Exodus … [Read more...]

It’s a Gay Pride Time of Year

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Cross-posted from Randy's personal blog --- It's that time of year again, drag queens strolling down main street, the activists groups chanting their slogans, and gogo dancers causing parade float designers nightmares (they just won't stand still!) Then there is the … [Read more...]

The Fragmentation of Evangelicalism and the Precipitation of the Missional Movement — Part Seven

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Today we are excited to share with you the seventh post of a nine-part series by Brad Sargent concerning his thoughts on the Missional Movement. This article is cross-posted, with permission, from Brad’s personal blog titled Futuristguy. Brad served on staff with Exodus … [Read more...]

A Changing World – Letter from Alan Chambers May 2013

In 2009 I spent ten days in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  Prior to going, I spent time researching the country, its people, and the state religion of Malaysia—Islam.  Months before my trip I called one of my Malaysian friends and asked her a number of questions about how the … [Read more...]

Rescued from Reorientation

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I’ve had the unique experience of spending the past 10 years heavily involved in Exodus ministries.  The early years were often difficult because I had to navigate conflicting messages, but I couldn’t be more grateful I remained in those circles.  I’m grateful … [Read more...]

What Hasn’t Changed – Letter from Alan Chambers for August 2012

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There is a lot of talk these days about Exodus International’s drastic changes.  Some former Exodus leaders have relinquished their membership in our organization and have formed a new one around a set of beliefs and ideals that ironically represent a real drastic change … [Read more...]

The Church and Homosexuality: Ten Commitments

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Kevin DeYoung writes a great article at The Gospel Coalition about how we should talk about homosexuality. Here is some great perspective! Of the many complexities involving the church and homosexuality, one of the most difficult is how the former should speak of the … [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...]

The Cross In Culture

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"The cross is one of our most robust, timeless, cultural symbols. No matter how dark our culture may grow, it just won’t go away. Artists mock the cross, Christians boast in it, others ignore it. But after 2000 years, it continues to define our faith. Is it a sign of … [Read more...]