Who We Are
Exodus was birthed in 2006 after seeing the high recidivism rate in the prison I worked and volunteered for. Todate I would say I've taught about 1600 men, working alone. I could have one or two inmates to assist me with paperwork. Currently, I volunteer at Broad River Dept. of Corrections, working with the SPICE program. I have a Master's degree in Human Services, and I am a licensed Evangelist.
The vision of Exodus is to prepare men to return back to their homes whole. Through teaching and a strong networking bond Exodus desires to rebuild the many broken homes that are a result of the male in the home being incarcerated. Knowledge of God, knowledge of self and knowledge of purpose is what this ministry imparts to incarcerated men in Columbia, SC.
Types Of Activity
Classes are taught on the following areas: Knowing your personality, damaging emotions, understanding you(body, soul,spirit), reconciling to God, marriage and family, GED courses, assistance for college admission and much more.
Broad River Department of Corrections, Columbia, SC.
I need volunteers to assist with clerical and computer work. I cannot afford to file for 501(c) status. I have about an 85% success rate and would love to teach my classes full-time, (so would Broad River). Please pray for the release of finances so I can expand these very effective classes.