Exodus International

I lived in that stew of hate and fear for nearly 20 years.
At that time, Chambers apologized for the damage Exodus had done to so many people. While maintaining that much good had been done in the organization, he admitted that they had also brought a great deal of suffering.
I can't really pinpoint the moment when I knew I was gay because it was such a gradual unveiling due to constant repression.
Part of that comes from the scandals the media love to feed on like a carcass any time one emerges. But another is because we leave so many with a bitter taste in their mouths with our recruitment (read: evangelism) techniques.
Thomas isn't the only member of an "ex-gay" organization to express sentiments about sexual orientation in recent months
Today I identify as a gay evangelical Christian, and I have a unique understanding and perspective from both sides of an issue that has become the cultural flashpoint of our generation.
Let me start by saying "Love Song for a Savior" on Jars of Clay's Flood album helped me survive the darkest moments of 8th grade.
4. Manhattan Declaration (RNS) The late Steve Jobs was long considered a control freak by colleagues and employees. It should
Setting off yet another scandal, the United States Air Force Academy has hired and promoted "ex-gay" cure advocate, Dr. Michael Rosebush, USAFA 1975, as a staff member for the Academy's Center of Character and Leadership Development.
Regarding his own life, and his sexual orientation, Chambers rejected what he called “labels.” The president of the now-defunct