Nathaniel Binversie
Director of Mission

The Exodus Man and His Bride

“Husbands, love your wives, as Christ loved the Church and gave himself up for her.” (Ephesians 5:25).

The reorientation to Christ that Exodus 90 makes possible for a married man will necessarily impact his wife and children. Because of this, a married man must prepare not just himself, but his family—and most especially his wife—for these changes. With proper communication ahead of time and a good measure of God’s grace, this ninety-day spiritual exercise will lead to positive results, not just for himself, but for the whole family.

The preparation starts with proper communication. That means finding the right kind of communication and discerning the right timing. If you inform your wife of the Wednesday abstention from meat for the first time at the dinner table, while her delectable pork roast and bacon-enriched mashed potatoes are sitting in front of you, your timing can’t be said to be good. To help with proper communication, we have provided a list of the five steps to proper communication with your wife before Day 1 of your Exodus 90 venture.

Read the 5 Tips to Talking with your Wife about Exodus 90 here.