"We are not to simply bandage the wounds of victims beneath the wheels of injustice,
we are to drive a spoke into the wheel itself." Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Letters and Papers from Prison (1943-1945)

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18 February 2021

Deletion of Core Issues Trust (CIT) Facebook Page

Without warning, Facebook has permanently deleted the Core Issues Trust page, claiming that the charity is in breach of its community standards. Since June 2020, the page has received repeated, malicious interference from LGBT activists who will not recognise those who formerly identified as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgendered.

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27 January 2021

NI Bill of Rights for “everyone” should include Former LGBT people

Core Issues Trust has submitted its response to an Ad Hoc Committee on a Bill of Rights for Northern Ireland. According to the Northern Ireland Assembly website, "A bill of rights contains human rights protections for everyone" ... let's see!

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18 November 2020

IFTCC Conference 27-28 November, 2020

No matter if you are available on the 27/28 November, book now for the 6th Annual (Online) conference and get access to all playback and recorded materials for 12 months!

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16 October 2020

Spotlight on Collusion: the BBC and the Royal College of Psychiatrists

Mike Davidson offers a perspective on the BBCs NI Spotlight focus on 'conversion therapy' and the misleading contributions of the Royal College of Psychiatrists to both the Church of England and to the State on this issue

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17 September 2020

Ex-lesbian’s testimony: Jesus set me free from sexual sin

CIT Co-worker Kylie Delia describes herself as an ‘ex-lesbian’. Her story is one of joy, encouragement and extraordinary transformation in Jesus Christ. “I use that phrase to show what I’ve come out of,” she explains, “because in Christ, today I am a new creation.”

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24 July 2020

Christian ministry loses bank account after harassment campaign

Christian ministry Core Issues Trust (CIT) has been notified that its bank will discontinue its accounts following a coordinated harassment campaign.Barclays Bank, a top-ranking employer of Stonewall’s list has provided no explanation for the decision.

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