Introduction to Just Think!

Just think what the world would be like if everyone with a mind simply used it in the way and for the purpose God originally intended when He created us.

Just think is an endangered value in today’s society.

Just think about what you are about to say before you say it; the world would be a better place if all of us used the power of words more wisely.

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.
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  1. Hi Alan…..Just a quick note to comment on the speech that you gave at Exodus about the status of things. I thought that yours words were excellent and I disagree with those that want to replace you. I think that the Worthens and Comiskys of this world are truly wonderful and I love what they bring to the table, but there are many of us that will only know same sex attraction. I am 55 this year and change was not for me I guess. The focus for all believers in Jesus is to love God with our whole heart, soul and strength, and to love others as our own selves. If we do that well….God will be prevalent and great things will happen. I taught at Exodus meetings and went to conferneces in the 1990’s and they were the best of times for me as I was very free there and not alone. I remember those times fondly and never laughed so much as when you first were asked to be the MC for the conference. You…..were funny.

    Blessings to you Alan……..sorry for the hard times……the focus for all of us is not on healing….it is on being Christlike. All the best to you and the Lord in you…..

    Michael