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...]

John Paulk’s Shocking Secret

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The following is cross-posted from Randy Thomas' personal blog. --- In 1995 I met a lot of people at the Exodus International Freedom conference. I met and eventually become friends with Joe Dallas, Sy Rogers, Bob Davies, Alan Chambers, Mary Heathman, Brad Sargent, and … [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...]

Exodus Week-End Review #2 – September 29th 2012

Exodus Week-End Review #2 - September 29th 2012 from Exodus International on Vimeo.In today's Exodus Week-End Review video we cover: Love Won Out Recap Ministry Highlight: Beyond Imagination - Steven Bjork Resource Highlight: Jesus Calling Question of the Week: Why … [Read more...]

His Righteous Son – Real Stories for June 2012

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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. His Righteous Son by Andrew I came to know the Lord at 5 years old … [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...]

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...]

The Father’s Sacrifice

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“We all need to make some sacrifices.” I’m sure you’ve heard that phrase a lot recently as gas prices are on the rise, the economy is slow at picking back up, and many still face financial strife. During a stint of being unemployed, I had to make some tough decisions … [Read more...]