The main avenue of
ministry is a 35-book Bible study course that is sent to inmates in every
state. The books are sent 2 to 3 at a
time by bulk mail. The books are deemed
to be of such good quality that some Bible colleges give college credits for
them. Exodus maintains an active enrollment of over 3,200 prisoners. However, many more
than that number participate in the course each year since there is a continual
turnover of students.
The Bible study books
are printed with permission and assembled in the Exodus office. The authors of the study books are reputable
Bible scholars. A Certificate
of Completion is awarded upon
conclusion of the course. Tracts,
bookmarks, devotional booklets, quarterlies, etc., are sent with the studies.
When funds are
available, Exodus prints and sends devotional calendar booklets for Christmas
to active students. These are good
witnessing tools and encourage students
to engage in daily Bible reading.
a quarterly newsletter, The Exodus
that is sent to donors and others who are interested.
The Exodus Prayer Intercessors Group meets weekly to pray for students,
donors, ministry needs, and all prayer requests received that week.
The Exodus Office is open 5 days a week. We
operate on prayer and donations. All work is done by volunteers
with no one receiving any pay for their service. . Nothing is sold by or for the
ministry. We receive no government
support. All gifts to Exodus are carefully and prayerfully used to carry out
the mission of this ministry. Receipts
are provided monthly.