Film Premiere: Once Gay – Matthew & Friends

The Film Premiere of “Once Gay – Matthew and Friends” With Live Worship led by Matthew Grech Monday 11th February … read more

The Real Purpose of Therapy Bans: Maltese Christians Speak Out

Following the criticism levelled at X Factor Malta contestant Matthew Grech, Ivan Grech Mintoff has made clear his political party’s intention … read more

Boy Erased – Learning the Right Lessons from a Tragic Personal Story

Boy Erased: Learning the Right Lessons from a Tragic Personal Story A Review of the Film and Book, Boy Erased, by … read more

Annual Conference 2018

“The Body, Identity and Sexuality: Gender Identity Confusion and Counselling Support” 4th IFTCC Annual Conference Hungary, October 2018   Main Speakers: Dr … read more

IFTCC Responds to the UK Government’s Intended Ban on Therapeutic Choice

The IFTCC has released an official response to the UK government’s intended ban on therapeutic choice for unwanted same-sex attraction … read more

IFTCC Launch

IFTCC Launch Monday 15th October 2018 The recently registered International Federation For Therapeutic and Counselling Choice was launched at an open … read more

Annual Conference 2017

“Attraction, Avoidance and Dependence: What is Love?” 3rd IFTCC Annual Conference Slovakia, November 2017   Main Speakers: Dr Janelle Hallman Stefan Schmidt … read more

Annual Conference 2016

Broadening Perspectives on Same-sex Attractions 2nd IFTCC Annual Conference Hungary, September 2016   Main Speaker: Dr Joseph Nicolosi  

Annual Conference 2015

Identity and Sexuality 1st IFTCC Annual Conference Germany, April 2015   Main Speakers: Dr M Davidson Floyd Godfrey Dr Christopher Rossik

X-Out-Loud: Emerging Ex-LGBT Voices


X Out Loud book

Buy the book featuring 44 unique stories from 22 countries of men and women leaving LGBT identities. This collection of testimonies proves that change becomes possible when we encounter the risen Saviour.


The UK Heroes film

“The UK Heroes” is a unique collection of seven life stories of men and women leaving LGBT in the UK: Simon, Kiran, Sam, Libby, Christian, Tia, Rob. Their life experience and worldview challenges the status quo and the mainstream narrative on human sexuality and development. These individuals have their own personal goals and dreams in life. Leaving LGBT meant that they can be one step closer to realising their vision for life.

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“The UK Heroes” – Leaving LGBT, Challenging Censorship & Discrimination