Today the IFTCC made the film “Joseph Nicolosi: a True Friend” available as an online freeview. Released after his death, the film used interview footage from the Voices of the Silenced Project, which interviewd Dr Nicolosi.
Core Issues Trust has continued with its central task of supporting those wanting to come out of unwanted homosexual behaviours and attractions. We ve also been raising our concerns with various Embassies concerning the banning of therapentuioc choice and refusal to acknowledge the existence of those comiong out.
The FSS needs to be interpreted in a larger, historical context of the “weaponization” of science conducted in order to promote certain political or legal objectives. But to serve policy interests, science needs to be of the highest quality. What makes for high quality? Ithe IFTCC Examines the Ozanne document…
The International Federation for Therapeutic and Counselling Choice (IFTCC) has delivered a letter of concern to the US Ambassador in London (Friday 7th June, 2019.
Photographs from Give Me a Chance Concert from a broadcast on May 2nd 2019
Core Issues Trust and Icontowers proudly present X Factor Malta contestant Matthew Grech and friends (Royal Seed Music) live in concert on Thursday 2nd May 2019, supported by renowned Nigerian artists Mike Aremu (saxophonist), Purist Ogboi (vocalist) and the UK’s Faith Child (a rapper).
There is much to thank God for and look forward to as we continue to support men and women who were once gay and no longer wish to live homosexually. We are so thankful for all those committed to helping the “Give me a Chance!” concert on May 2nd, 2019
As the UK’s National Secular Society calls on charities with objects promoting religion to be banned, (naming Core Issues Trust) we look at the confrontation of ideologies around therapeutic choices and unwanted same-sex attraction, and those normalising and Christianising homosexual practices.
A film Premiere for the Voices of the Silenced production, “Once Gay” – the story of Matthew Grech will be held Monday 11th London at 6.00pm and Thursday 14th February, Belfast. Tickets available at Eventbrite – “read more”
Core Issues Trust co-directors have written to Pastors and Congregational Leaders asking for their support for the coming London (11th Februray) and Belfast (14th February) film Premieres of the Matthew Grech story.
There are seven questions that remain unanswered by the Royal College of Psychiatrists, which over the years has submitted flawed submissions to the Church of England and to Parliament on homosexual “orientation” and the question of therapeutic support.
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