Chambers, Alan

Alan Chambers

President, The Alan and Leslie Chambers Foundation

Alan Chambers is a pioneer in the messy conversations at the intersection of faith, gender, and sexuality. Serving individuals, organizations and churches, he encourages conversation over debate, peace over anxiety, and grace over judgement. Alan served as final President of Exodus International, a ministry he closed in 2013 in order to bring change to the rancorous LGBTQ conversation in the Church. Alan has authored three books, including My Exodus: From Fear to Grace (Zondervan). Those closest know Alan as Leslie’s husband, Isaac and Molly’s daddy, for his great sense of humor, love of decorating (both homes and people), and shoe collection. The Chambers are founding members of Grace Church and live in Winter Park, Florida.

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