Letters: Wednesday, June 20, 2007
A D V E R T I S E M E N T
A D V E R T I S E M E N T
Quacks and Cures

To the editor: Your article highlighting the lives of individuals pursuing change in the face of unwanted homosexual attraction speaks for thousands of us whose stories are buried amid the half-truths and stereotypes surrounding this issue. Fifteen years ago, I was unhappy, empty, and conflicted in gay life. Through my faith and the help of skilled professionals, I experienced a personal transformation over time, and today I am president of the world’s largest outreach to those affected by unwanted homosexuality — Exodus International. Now in our 32nd year, we have witnessed the same change in hundreds of thousands of men and women, and we hear from more than 400,000 hurting individuals each year who are desperate to experience it as well. Certainly some have pursued homosexuality after considering the option of change, but John Paulk is not one of them. He remained in his position as manager of the Homosexuality and Gender Department at Focus on the Family until choosing to leave it in 2003 for new professional endeavors. He continues to be committed to his wife and children, living a life that exemplifies the change that began in his life more than two decades ago. Alan Chambers President, Exodus International



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