Concerning Sin & Confession

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From Pastor Clark Whitten at PureGraceOnline.com: Christians are not required to confess their sins to God in order to be forgiven, we already are forgiven when we put our faith in Christ for our salvation. There is no Biblical basis for believers to confess sins … [Read more...]

God Used a Drag Queen to Save My Life – Paying It Forward

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Today we are posting a powerful article of God's grace, mercy, and provision. In a personal blog post, cross-posted here with permission, Randy Thomas shares about a critical time in his life when all hope seemed lost and yet God's sovereign love reached in to preserve his … [Read more...]

Leslie Chambers Tackles Heterosexuality, Hyper-Grace, and Offers Hope

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Have you ever wondered what people think of you? As my husband is Alan Chambers, the President of Exodus International, I have. At present, he is somewhat of a conundrum for a lot of people. There seems to be some confusion about who he is, what he is saying and what he … [Read more...]

Messy Story, True Story – Letter from Alan Chambers for February 2013

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This article appears in both our offline and online newsletters.  To receive articles like this along with the full newsletter online via email or offline through the postal service please sign up here. I am thrilled to be a part of the Body of Christ. Though imperfect, I … [Read more...]

Entering The Promised Land – Letter from Alan Chambers for September 2012

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Twenty-one years ago this month I walked into a local Exodus Member Ministry for help.   I was 19 years old and a church kid—a believer in the one, true Christ.  I was also 8 or 9 years into my struggle with same-sex attraction. SSA was, at that time, all consuming; … [Read more...]

You Are Not Alone – Letter from Alan Chambers for July 2012

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The 37th Annual Exodus Freedom Conference, Made for More, was my 20th conference.  As I sat backstage on opening night preparing to speak, I tried to remember what life was like for me as a 21 year-old college student 20 conferences prior.  At that point, it had been … [Read more...]

Life After Sexual Abuse

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Back in 2009 I wrote a blog post on my recent coming to terms with the fact that I had been sexually abused. You can view that here. Since then I've experienced a lot of growth and healing and had the opportunity to write about that for Boundless webzine over at Focus on the … [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...]

Made for More – Letter from Alan Chambers for May 2012

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Dear Friends: As we approach the 37th annual Freedom Conference, I am filled with great expectancy of what God is going to do in and through each one of us. Year after year, in our weakness and humility, Jesus shows up mightily in both our personal and corporate time. Who … [Read more...]

Brain, Don’t Talk Like That!

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Who you are determines what you do. But so many times we view it backwards—what we do and what others say about or do to us determines who we are. At birth we have about 2500 synapses per neuron in the cerebral cortex—which plays a key role in memory, attention, … [Read more...]