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, 2019Read More > View All >
When Matthew Grech shared his personal story following his X Factor Malta appearance, he was soundly rebuked by Maltese Equality Minister Helena Dalli, who claimed he had broken the law. In 2016, Malta bannedtherapeutic choice for unwanted same-sex attractions. What does this incident teach us about the r... Read more
Core Issues Trust presents Matthew Grech and friends (Royal Seed Music), supported by renowned Nigerian Artists Mike Aremu, Purist Ogboi and Faith-Child at the Live GIVE ME A CHANCE Concert, Thursday May 2nd 2019 at 6.00 pm at the Emmanu...
Two books challenge the dogma that growing up with two parents of the same sex doesn’t harm the child Read more
Dermot O Callaghan revisits the assumed causal link between therapeutic intervnetions and unwanted same-sex attractions. Read more
A summary of the the launch of the International Federation for Therapeutic and Counselling choice (IFTCC.org) Read more
Carys Moseley explains ten reasons why the UK government's proposed ban would violate human rights. Read more
Dr Lisa Nolland warns us against apathy in the face of ‘progressive’ education on sexuality in our schools and universities Read more
‘Conversion Therapy’is not a discrete entity but an umbrella term covering many different approaches. Read more
The IFTCC Has produced a document outlining why the UK Governments intednded ban would be a mistake. Download file
As Relationship Education is about to be introduced into UK schools, Kelvin McKenzie speaks to Tris Reid-Sm... Download audio file
Talk Radio presenter Dan Wootton talks to Jayne Ozanne and Mike Davidson Download audio file
Following the Premier Screening on Once gay in Belfast, Stepehn Noland spoke to Mike Davidson. Download audio file
Core Issues is a non-profit Christian ministry supporting men and women with homosexual issues who voluntarily seek change in sexual preference and expression.
It respects the rights of individuals who identify as 'gay' who do not seek change, and supports dignity for LGBT persons. It does not support gay "marriage" - usually considered an "equality" issue, premised on the belief that being gay is "biological" and is therefore unchangeable. Core Issues Trust offers one-to-one support for individuals voluntarily seeking to leave homosexual behaviours and feelings. Please read our "Statement on Prejudice". The Royal College of Psychiatrists (2014) has recently affirmed that human sexuality is fluid for some, and therefore changeable in some cases. Core Issues Trust promotes the idea that individuals are not "victims" of their sexual desires.