The Exodus Bride
So, your husband wants to do Exodus 90?
3 Key Things to Know
Here are some insights from Exodus wives who’ve come before you:
Designed to enhance your marriage
Sometimes, an Exodus man can be tempted to separate his Exodus 90 journey from his marriage. We encourage the opposite. An Exodus man’s wife should not feel as though there is a new barrier in her marriage. That’s why we’ve worked with ENDOW to write our new Exodus Bride companion guide, to help you follow along in a uniquely feminine way. Scroll down to sign up!
It's His Exodus, Not Yours
“I can’t eat meat today, so you’re going to need to cook something else,” is the last thing he should say after you’ve prepared a meal for the family. Do we encourage fasting and abstinence from meat on Wednesdays and Fridays? Yes. Should that be permission for him to be a jerk? Never. Eat the burger, bud. Thank your wife for her sacrifice.
Ego and pride might get him started, but humility is the goal
Exodus men around the world love the adventure and challenge of the 90 days. It’s part of our masculine identity. But our ego can rear its ugly head during the 90 days. Pray for your husband to find humility in this exercise. Because, he will fail at Exodus 90. And that’s ok. We are training men for the Christian life. Which comes with failures. But holiness is found in shaking off the dust, standing back up, and fighting to be more virtuous tomorrow.
“Exodus 90 changes families because the head and the heart unite in a way that turns the family completely to the Father.”
An Exodus Bride
“I immediately thought this would have a negative impact on us. Boy was I wrong. I felt like I got my husband back.”