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...]

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...]

It Is Well With My Soul – Real Voices for January 2012

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It Is Well With My Soul by Richard Morton Growing up as the son of a preacher, I faithfully attended church services.  During my teenage years I realized that I struggled with same-sex attractions, but sadly the only time that homosexuality was mentioned at my church, it … [Read more...]

Darkening Our Minds: Porn’s Impact from a Biblical Perspective

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Joe Dallas writes on his blog today: Jesus said the eye is the lamp of the body (Matthew 6:22-23). If a person’s eye is perpetually exposed to darkness, there comes an inevitable distortion in that person’s thinking. It is in this darkening of the mind that pornography … [Read more...]

This is Who I Am: Masculine

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I once felt masculinity was barbaric, saturated in stupidity, and weak. So I separated myself from it. When I entered the darkened hallways of middle school I realized I didn’t like, or do, most things other boys did. I was different. The masculinity I had rejected once … [Read more...]

Not That Different

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I’ve been on the journey of walking out of homosexuality for eight years now. Yet, up until this past year, I still struggled with believing I could fully relate to other guys. There was still something a bit different about me. I thought there was no way I could actually … [Read more...]

An “Almost Prodigal” Story – Letter from Alan Chambers for July 2011

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Dear Friends, Last month I shared a story with you about a young man that wasn't quite sure which direction he was going to take related to his same-sex attractions.  I mentioned that he was looking for more than the rights and wrongs of religion.  I also reflected on … [Read more...]

Identity Matters – Letter from Alan Chambers for March 2011

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This letter from Alan Chambers appears in both our offline and online newsletters. To receive this letter along with the full newsletter online via email or offline through the postal service please sign up here. --- Dear Friends, In the last few years Exodus has … [Read more...]

Difficulty Can Lead to Clarity of Vision and Inspiration – Letter from Alan Chambers for September 2010

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This letter from Alan Chambers appears in both our offline and online newsletters.  To receive this letter along with the full newsletter online via email or offline through the postal service please sign up here. --- Dear Friends, I often forget when seasons of … [Read more...]