Exodus Mid-Week Review: March 27th, 2013

In this week’s video Alan makes some clarifications regarding his Pure Grace interview concerning the GCN conference we shared a couple of weeks ago. He also answers our question of the week, “How Can Christians Respond to the Gay Marriage Discussion?” Along with these important topics we cover other ground we hope you will find helpful and informative. If you find this video to be a valuable resource, please help spread the word by clicking “Like” or “Share” to pass along this resource to your social networks. Thank you very much and have a very blessed Easter.

Question of the Week – Why Is Church Important for People With SSA?

Common + Unity = Community. God in His perfect wisdom has not only created us with a need for individual identity, He created us for a sense of belonging in community. So, why is that sometimes a challenge for people with SSA? How can we, as a church, be approachable for everyone including the person with SSA? In today’s video, Alan shares a poignant analogy first shared by our friend Joe Dallas which illustrates the beauty of consistent community.

Exodus Mid-Week Review – March 20th, 2013

Check out the Exodus Mid-Week Review for March 20th, 2013.

In today’s video we cover a lot of ground including a new resource called “The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert” and the question of the week “Why is the church important for people with SSA?” As always, let us know what you have to think. Please “Like” and “Share” this video to help spread the word. Have a great day!

Exodus Week-End Review – March 14th, 2013

Today we have a special Exodus Week-End Review. Tune in to see Alan Chambers being interviewed by Clark Whitten, Pastor of Grace Church in Orlando, at The Pure Grace Conference. Alan talks about his beliefs, the Gay Christian Network, and why the truth and grace of Jesus Christ are one and the same thing.

Question of the Week – Why Is The Scripture Important for Those With SSA?

Over the years, the Bible has been used and abused concerning the issue of homosexuality. Many people with SSA might approach the scriptures reluctantly as a result. However, the Bible is God’s love letter to all people and is meant to be a source of life and encouragement. Check out today’s video where Alan answers the question, “Why is the scripture important for those with SSA?”

Exodus Week-End Review – March 7th, 2013

In today’s video we share about the importance of scripture for those with SSA, highlight a very helpful book by Dr. Mark Yarhouse, invite people to partner with us for the Exodus Freedom Conference, and more. If you find this or any of our Exodus Week-End Review videos helpful, please “Like” and “Share” them with your social networks to help spread the word. Thank you and God bless!

Messy Story, True Story – Letter from Alan Chambers for February 2013

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I am thrilled to be a part of the Body of Christ. Though imperfect, I see a tremendous groundswell of truth, compassion, grace, and service, which accurately reflects the heart of Jesus Christ.

Contrast that to 1991, the year I sought support for my struggles with sexuality outside of the four walls and community of my local congregation.  I was afraid of being cast out because my story was different.  I had no confidence in the church’s ability to treat me kindly or extend grace.  I will never know whether my perceptions of them were right or wrong.  I simply couldn’t risk what I believed would be my reality if I “came out” to them. So I sought help from Exodus International.

Exodus Week-End Review – February 15th, 2013

In today’s video we share about our recent Leadership Reunion, highlight the Freedom Conference, and respond to a question concerning why we do not have an organizational policy statement concerning gay marriage.

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