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Alan Chambers is the President of Exodus International headquartered in Orlando, Florida. Prior to coming to Exodus, Alan served on the pastoral team at Calvary Assembly of God, one of the largest churches in Orlando.
As an adolescent and young adult, Alan "struggled with homosexuality". He has now "embraced heterosexuality." He is married to Leslie Chambers and has two kids. He travels extensively and is a frequent speaker and guest lecturer at conferences, churches and college campuses. He has debated on such university campuses as the University of California at Berkeley, Pepperdine University and Reformed Theological Seminary. He is a guest speaker for Focus on the Family’s Love Won Out Conference, a seminar that travels to six major cities each year addressing the roots and causes of homosexuality.
Alan is actively involved in promoting policies that "preserve and protect traditional marriage and the family." He testified before the Massachusetts state judiciary committee on same-sex marriage and has lobbied members of Congress in favor of anti-same-sex marriage initiatives. He is also a member of the Arlington Group, a broad coalition working to pass anti-same-sex marriage legislation.
He has been interviewed by numerous television, radio and print outlets across North America and Europe, including World, Time magazine, ABC’s 20/20, MSNBC’s Buchanan & Press and ABC’s Nightline. His editorials have appeared in The Orlando Sentinel and The Boston Globe.
He was listed in Charisma magazine as one of the top Christian leaders who represent the future of the American church.
- God's Grace and the Homosexual Next Door: Reaching the Heart of the Gay Men and Women in Your World Chambers, Alan, Harvest House Publishers (2006) ISBN 978-0736916912
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