(Above) Michael Bussee - A cofounder of Exodus International
Exgay Ministries & EXIT (Exgay Intervention Team),
Darlene Bogle - founder of exgay Paraklete Ministries
an Exodus International umbrella referral group, and Jeremy Marks - former president Exodus International Europe & founder of Courage UK exgay ministries apologize and renounce their participation in the
(Above) "Gay Bash" music video by Mélange Lavonne
(Above) In this two minute news report, watch as Australia's CNNNN news reporters confront anti-gay Rev.
Dr. Peter Jensen the Anglican Archbishop of Sidney Australia, about the laws of Leviticus, leaving the Archbishop speechless
when they prove by the same Levitical Scriptures that he is forbidden to participate in the ministry of the
Lord because he wears eye glasses - and the bishop attempts to change the subject by flirting with the reporter! This should
be a serious wake up call to Christians everywhere who have been believing influencial anti-gay ministers
who do not even know the Scriptures. I should note that CNNNN is a comedy news show, but this interview is very real.
While Gay Christian Survivors is not affiliated with nor endorses the United Church of
Christ, we would like to share their wonderful and heartwarming 30-second progay TV commercials
with you - two of which were amazingly rejected by ABC, NBC, CBS and even the all-gay cable network LOGO.
"ALL THE PEOPLE" - beautiful Christian men, women and children breaks down the walls of bias
and seperation as they movingly tell us the classic children's rhym of "Here's the church, here's the steeple, open the
doors and see ALL the people", and you can see it in their eyes that they mean it from the bottom of their hearts.
"EJECTION" - watch as all types of "unwanted" people - single mothers, gays, blacks, hispanics, the
disabled, street people - are shunned by congregants and literally ejected from the pews of a typical modern
church. While it is a little humorous, the point is clearly made.
"BOUNCERS" - bouncers, like those in a night club, reject and turn away society's "undesirables" who
are attempting to enter a church, while letting only the "perfect folks" in. A tremendously profound commercial
demonstrating what many of us have felt or experienced at churches across the world.