How big is the Exodus Fraternity? Is it just a local thing at my church? Is it just a U.S. thing? When you say it’s international do you mean like one guy somewhere in New Zealand accidentally tried it thinking that it was a weight-loss program? Today I bring my teammate James back on the show to discuss the biggest international news that we have ever had as an organization. News that will change the face, or more specifically the tongue, of the Exodus Fraternity forever. Listen in.
Feeling like you can avoid going to the chapel to pray today because the calendar shows that there’s a tomorrow?
One encounter with Jesus Christ in the Eucharist could change your life forever. A daily encounter with Jesus Christ in the Eucharist will change your life—and the lives of those around you—forever.
In this episode, I sit down with Andrew Nobauer of Canada based collegiate ministry, Catholic Christian Outreach. He shares not only his experience of Exodus 90, but also his experience of conversion after an encounter he had with our Lord in the Eucharist.
Then in the fervorino we get real practical on why we should be praying for an hour every day as men.
Remember that infomercial that promised that its product would change your life? Yeah, this isn’t that. After two years of extensive research, the empirical results of Exodus 90 are in. In this episode, I sit down with James and we share some of our favorite stats and why they mean so much to us. If you’ve ever wondered if Exodus 90 really works, just click play.
Why would anyone deprive themselves of any of the goods this world has to offer? Why would you change your life if you can already have just about whatever you want, whenever you want, and as much as you want of it? The same reason I would, to be a better man. In this episode of the Exodus 90 show I sit down with Doyle Baxter, a man who wanted to be a better man so he took up Exodus 90. Then, a year later, he wanted to be an even better man, so he took up Exodus 90 again. And then a year later he… You get the story. Doyle had tangible reasons to change his life, and so he took action and disposed himself to God’s manifold grace through Exodus 90, one year after another.