Exodus Asia Pacific launches new website...and state "We do not support aversion therapy"

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Youth Coordinator
Joined in 2008
July 16, 2010, 18:00

After many years of having no online presence….exodus asia pacific has launched a new website and changed some of their views. It is still an ex-gay ministry as such however it is great news that under their values section they mention “To respect peoples’ freedom of choice” as a core value and also state that they do not support aversion therapy.

See below for what was taken from their website at:

What is Exodus?

Exodus is a Non Profit, Christian ministry in the Asia Pacific region helping men and women find a way out of sexual brokenness.

We are members of Exodus Global Alliance.

Our purpose is to glorify Jesus Christ by proclaiming His desire and incredible power to release people from sexual brokenness. Such freedom begins with repentance from sin, and faith in Christ as Saviour and Lord. Followers of Jesus develop maturity through their ongoing submission to the Lordship of Christ and His inspired, authoritative Word. They experience God’s compassion and mercy through fellowship within a church body of like-minded Christians.

Exodus Asia Pacific ministries are dedicated to equipping and uniting agencies and individuals to effectively communicate the message of liberation from sexual and relational problems. These include homosexuality, incest, pornography, sexual addiction, sexual abuse, etc. As well we seek to support and minister understanding to individuals facing the reality of a sexually broken loved one.

We do not support aversion therapy, nor any attempt to force people to change. We do not endorse bullying in any form and respect the right for all people to be given dignity as all are created in God’s image.


As an evangelical international and interdenominational Christian mission, Exodus Asia Pacific adheres to the following values:

* To advance the message of sexual redemption

* To affirm the Church as the primary body responsible for world evangelisation.

* To follow Biblical standards of sexuality, stewardship, personal and professional integrity and excellence in ministry.

* To respect peoples’ freedom of choice.

What are your thoughts?

Joined in 2009
July 16, 2010, 22:02

I would not have anything to do with them…at all…ever.

Anthony Venn-Brown
Joined in 2005
July 22, 2010, 10:56

thanks for posting this Ben……another step forward I think, I’ll write more when I get time.

When people put their values out there on the net like this then it means accountability. Just like Freedom 2 b[e]’s values of integrity and respect.

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