Joe Stark was featured on the A&E reality TV show, The First 48, which followed the Memphis Police Department's Homicide Bureau where he was a Lieutenant. He declined requests for an interview to share his story.
In 2009 LIA sold their campus, and multiple buildings, moving to a smaller location in an undisclosed area of Memphis. In September 2011 it was announced that LIA shut down their residential program. An attempt to interview staff, and clients past or present who would tell their testimonies and offer more insight into the benefits of Love In Action were unsuccessful.
Exodus remains the umbrella organization for ex-gay therapeutic organizations around the world. In November, 2010 they put out a press release stating that they would make it their priority in 2011 to reach out to youth as young as 12 or 13. Exodus Youth will not be renamed Exodus Student Ministries, and will target children from 7th grade up to College. Formal interview requests to Exodus staff, or clients were denied.
Zach currently lives in Murfreesboro, TN and attends MTSU, where he is pursuing a degree in Computer Sciences and Math. He has no plans to become an activist against the ex-gay movement, but he participates with the LGBTQ organization on campus.
Peterson helped launch the international ex-gay survivor movement. In 2008 he retired "Doin' Time in the Homo No Mo Halfway House", and premiered a play about transgender Bible characters. When not performing and speaking, Peterson lives in Pennsylvania Dutch Country with his partner, Glen Retief, where he writes and bakes.
Lance has found what he calls his "new family" that loves and accepts him for who he is. He has participated in many protests throughout the US. Working with "Truth Wins Out", his intent is to raise awareness about the harms of ex-gay therapy for teens.
John Smid has developed a new ministry open to the gay community called Grace Rivers, focusing on an authentic relationship with Jesus Christ, genuine community, and the belief that every person deserves to know that Jesus loves them. He has also written a book titled "The Journey of Grace," about his experiences with the 2005 protest and subsequent events.