George Carneal

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Walking away from that life
“It was really taking a toll on my mental and emotional state. I finally just walked away from that life. I walked out of the bars. I stopped hanging around a lot of my gay friends. I stopped hanging around liberal Christians. I just started immersing myself in God’s word. That’s really where I started to get answers and peace about where God really stands on this issue.”
— George Carneal[1]

George Carneal is an ex-gay who after 25 years of fruitlessly searching for fulfillment in a homosexual lifestyle turned to faith in Jesus Christ, left his former life behind him, and claims to have found the peace that eluded him.[1]


  • In the book My Journey Into the Light,[2] author George Carneal describes how for years he struggled with his Christian faith and homosexuality. He starts to share his journey through the eyes and mind of a confused child dealing with homosexuality and claims to eventually spent approximately 25 years immersed in the world of homosexuality while attempts to show the pitfalls of that life.

See also


  1. 1.0 1.1 Greg Corombos (11 Mar 2017). EX-'GAY': 'I FINALLY JUST WALKED AWAY FROM THAT LIFE' Story of finding freedom found in 'Journey Into the Light'. RND Radio. Retrieved on 15 Jul 2017.
  2. George Carneal (2016). From Queer To Christ: My Journey Into the Light. ISBN 978-0692768396.