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...]

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...]

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 #3 – October 5th, 2012

Exodus Week-End Review #3 - October 5th, 2012 (Please "Like" and "Share" the video to help spread the word. Thank you!) In today's Exodus Week-End Review video we cover: Ministry Highlight: Living Hope Ministries, Arlington Texas Resource Highlight: Leaving Homosexuality … [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...]

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...]

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...]

Boasting in the Cross

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Last week we posted a link to a video of Jon Tyson and the cross in culture. Hopefully you’ve had a chance to check it out. At one point, Tyson said this: Because of the cross we hear God say, “I loved you when you were my enemy.” It’s so hard to grasp the … [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...]