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...]

No Holds Barred

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There are two ways to live—the risky way or the mundane way. I really don’t think there is an “in between” way of life. We either take risk or we hold on to the effortless comfort we’ve found. Fear paralyzes us. What other people think paralyzes us. Our own history … [Read more...]

Winter W̶o̶n̶d̶e̶r̶ Drearyland

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Living in Florida you don’t experience much of a seasonal change. Winter for us is more like spring. But I remember the bitter cold winters in the mountains of Virginia—being bundled up as I walked to the bus stop. I grew to hate the cold and was happy when I moved to … [Read more...]

A Mother’s Perspective

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This article is in a Canadian newspaper, and written by a dear friend of Exodus - Kenny Warkentin followed by a reflection of his mother Selma Pauls. Are We Ready? This past month my wife and I spoke at a church, sharing our story of coming out of  lesbian and … [Read more...]