Media Kit

Exodus 90 is a ninety-day

program for men.

As the fastest growing ministry for men, Exodus 90 offers a challenging journey through the book of Exodus based on three pillars: prayer, asceticism, and fraternity.

The men’s movement continues to expand — reaching more than 50,000 men of all generations and stages of their faith journey. Exodus 90 summons men back to the foundations of their faith in order for them to experience freedom from worldly addictions to better love those entrusted to their care. 

James Baxter

Co-Founder / CEO

James Baxter is a Co-Founder and has served as CEO of Exodus for five years. He attended St. John Vianney Seminary in Saint Paul, Minnesota and St. Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology in St. Meinrad, Indiana before discerning God was calling him to marriage and secular life. In 2015, James assumed responsibility for scaling Exodus 90 from a seminary formation program into a spiritual exercise to bring the freedom of Jesus Christ to His men.

James lives in Fort Wayne, Indiana with his wife Colleen, son Joseph and baby girl Genevieve. They attend St. John the Baptist Parish.

Sample Interview Questions

1.)  Can you describe Exodus 90 for those who are unfamiliar?
2.)  What kind of growth have you observed since Exodus 90 began?
3.)  How do you encourage men who are on the fence about taking the Exodus 90 journey?
4.)  Can you share some of the testimonies that have been most compelling?
5.)  What support is available for men after the 90 days?
6.)  How does one get started with Exodus 90, particularly if he doesn’t have a fraternity to go through the exercise with?

Media Requests

Contact Carrie Kline ([email protected]) to schedule an interview with James Baxter.

Real Testimonies

My wife was surprised when I asked her what was hardest about Exodus 90

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.

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.

I left the Seminary. Now what?

It was six years ago, almost to the day, that I left the seminary and drove home to Zionsville, Indiana.

Without continued commitment, we knew we’d be back where we began

“There is no status quo in the spiritual or moral life. There is either progress or regression. We are always moving (either) backwards or forwards.”

Pornography plagued my life for 25 years

As a child, I was molested and at an early age when my family fell apart through divorce, I was exposed to pornography. For the next 25 years, pornography and every kind of impurity plagued my life.

Taking on a second Exodus 90

This is the second year to take the Exodus journey, this year I wanted to grow in prayer and be more loving in my family.

Finding my Vocation

I have done Exodus three times in as many years and I hold that this is the kind of movement that will form the saints of our time. Going into my freshman year at NC State, God was acquainting me with suffering.