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What Can You Do If You or Someone You Know is Trapped in the Homosexual Lifestyle?


Contact one of these organizations, all of which offer hope for healing from homosexuality.

  • Exodus International - A Christian referral and resource network whose primary purpose is to proclaim that freedom from homosexuality is possible through repentance and faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord.

  • Kerusso Ministries - The ministry of former homosexual Michael Johnston, which is coordinating The National Coming Out Of Homosexual Day Project--an event to increase the visibility of individuals who have successfully walked away from homosexuality.

  • Parents & Friends of Ex-Gays [PFOX] - A national Christ-centered network of parents, friends and family of loved ones struggling with homosexuality. PFOX supports, educates and offers hope for recovery through sound biblical counsel, and provides strategies on how to love the struggler.

  • Homosexuals Anonymous - A fellowship of men and women, who through their common emotional experience, have chosen to help each other live in freedom from homosexuality.

  • Courage - An organization for Roman Catholics who wish to follow the true teachings of the church about homosexuality. They offer support groups and counseling services.

  • Transforming Congregations - A movement among "mainline" denominational churches to affirm that those who deal with homosexual temptations are loved and that Christ can and does have power to change those who face such temptations.

  • Americans for Truth & Lambda Report - This group monitors the homosexual activists movement in politics, religion and culture. Excellent resource for challenging the homosexual lobby in schools, media and more.

  • Regeneration Books - As part of the ministry of Regeneration Ex-homosexual ministry, this is the largest source for books on the topic of healing from homosexuality. Inquire about a mail-order catalog.

Courtesy of The American Family Association

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