I felt like I got my husband back
Matt did Exodus 90 a year ago or so. I wasn’t so sure at first how this would affect our family life. As a wife, I immediately rushed to the temptation that this would have a negative impact on us (now I have to figure out what foods he can/can’t eat; now I can’t watch TV with him; and so on).
Boy, was I wrong. Exodus 90 was incredibly fruitful not only for my husband but of course, our entire family.
I felt like I got my husband back.
In lieu of distractions and a devotion to sacrifice, he was more engaging with the family. Impromptu card games and deep chats by the fire became a much appreciated norm.
In the dead of winter, he was **bathing in a developed world that has running hot water and he was CHOOSING the cold water**!! Inspired, yes, that’s a good word for it. Only the Good Lord being involved in this does this thing work.
During Exodus 90, my husband was living a different life. It made us all want to live a different life. Well actually just me, his wife…but I’m sure our 2-year-old felt all the good feels about it as well.
Exodus 90 changed the man, and in turn, it changed our family. A virtuous human inspires other virtuous humans. We need true inspiration these days.
If you’re on the fence about taking on the journey of Exodus this year, take it from me: your wife (or girlfriend, or even future wife) will be so grateful you did.
It’s that time of year when we start outreach for the January start of Exodus 90. This year, we will begin on January 17th and journey through Lent to Easter. And you, and your fraternity, are most welcome to join us!Read More
Not just 90 days anymore
A few days before day 90 ended, I asked my wife what was the toughest part of Exodus 90 was for her. She looked at me and said it was a blessing to our family.Read More
My wife was surprised when I asked her what was hardest about Exodus 90