Thank you for your generous support!

Together we are equipping the Church to responded effectively and lovingly to some of the toughest challenges in life.

Consider what leaders have shared with us at recent events:

“The 2019 [Sexual Integrity Leadership] conference in Atlanta was my first. It will not be my last. As a senior pastor, my eyes were opened to a vast landscape of teaching, brokenness and ministry that I now realize my church, and the “big-C” Church, have not been attentive to. I am praying for the Lord to guide me in next steps to begin new pathways of teaching, discipleship and ministry at my church.”

“[Sexual Integrity Leadership Summit] is a catalyst for redefining how the church and the family should be responding and engaging with God’s design for sexuality and our broken world.”

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