JEFFREY MCCALL

I realized I am fine just the way I was created—as Jeffrey. I don't have to try to become something I wasn't born to be. I feel so comfortable in my own skin.

ERIC JEFFREY

I saw a counselor, and that basically kept me alive because I was suicidal. Today I’m feeling the most alive and happy that I’ve ever been. I feel like a man, I’m confident, and I’m at peace.

GARRY INGRAHAM

I started to go to different conferences. Books and tapes were also pivotal for me, and counseling played a crucial part. I was able to find solid, legitimate support that helped me determine my sexuality in a way that lined up with my faith and desires.

ELIZABETH WONING

Today I am happy, joyful, and feminine—all things that I never was while living as a lesbian. I am no longer sexually attracted to women. Rather, I am a strong advocate for their empowerment to overcome the effects of injustices against them.

JOE DALLAS

I began seeing a licensed therapist who helped me recognize my own emotional wounds and needs. My life now is infinitely more peaceful and healthier in every way.

GWEN GIBSON

Seminars helped put words and understanding to what I was experiencing. I no longer experience same-sex desires and have walked over 20 years in my choice.

DAVID KYLE FOSTER

My substance abuse and sex addiction were out of control because I was using them to cope with the pain. I found my salvation through faith-based resources... I've never been healthier in my life and I would never go back.

DAREN MEHL

I pursued spiritual counseling. Through the help of powerful books and resources I found my true identity... and then my behavior and sexual attractions changed.  

JIM DOMEN

After three years of intensive counseling, support groups for individuals wanting to leave a homosexual lifestyle, reading books about the psychology of sexual desires, and learning how to have healthy friendships with men, I began dating women.

AMY CRAPSON

[Trauma therapy] helped me realize that the root cause for calling myself a lesbian was deep-seated pain and not an actual desire to date women.

DEAN GREER

I joined faith-based support groups and programs that gave me tools for living an empowered life. Reading books also gave me strength and clarity.

KEN WILLIAMS

I couldn’t imagine fighting the same-sex desires my whole life or bearing the weight of loneliness and self-hatred. Counseling saved my life because it gave me hope and encouragement. 

DAVID RASMUSSEN

I joined a group of married men who also struggled with homosexuality, and we all encouraged each other and shared our stories. Today I’m happy and peaceful, a better husband and father.

LAUREN HART

I found resources online that were really encouraging to me in my process.  Today, I have a greater sense of wholeness and inner stability than I’ve ever felt before. 

DAVID REECE

If I had not had access to counseling... I could have come out and said, "I'm going to live a homosexual lifestyle," but I didn't want it. 

HILARY EIRICH

We read books that helped us gain perspective on our sexuality. Today, I feel more peace within myself than I ever have in my whole life.