CNN.Com on Exodus, me and Prop 8

Check out the CNN article today on Prop 8 related to Exodus and me.  All in all it's a good article.  I am glad they ended the post with my main point.  At the end of the day the most important thing isn't whether we win or lose political battles, anyway.  What matters is people's hearts and to whom those hearts are surrendered.

Alan served as the final president of Exodus International from 2001 to 2013 when together with a core team of leaders and board of directors he closed the organization and began making great strides towards building relationships with the LGBTQIA community and encouraging the global Church to do the same. With a goal to reduce fear, establish trust, and inspire hope on both sides for the sake of the Gospel, Alan and his wife, Leslie, spend their time being available to anyone who desires to talk. He has been featured on every major media outlet across the globe. Alan and Leslie’s first book together, My Exodus: From Fear to Grace (Zondervan, 2015) releases on September 29.

The Chambers spend the best part of their lives with their 10 year olds, Molly and Isaac, and the rest having conversations about all things gay with anyone and everyone over lunch in Winter Park, Florida or in other locations throughout the world.
Follow Alan and Leslie on Twitter: @AlanMChambers and @LeslieMChambers

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  1. I'm just wondering why they think you're newsworthy. A bit like that interview with the Focus on the Family person who said that anti-bullying tactics which work should be replaced with ones that don't, because the ones which work acknowledge that gay people exist, and this is somehow terrible. I was watching that video and trying to work out why on earth she was on television. She's a charlatan and an idiot from a borderline hate group. And two experts had to debate her, instead of being allowed to put their own points across.
    Similarly, why on earth are you being interviewed about Proposition 8? It's got nothing to do with you. You're a representative of an ineffectual political lobby group cum pseudoscientific councilling organisation. So? How does that get you into the newspapers?