Exodus Mandate

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Exodus Mandate is a Christian ministry assisting parents and families in withdrawing their children from the public school system and instead homeschooling or using Christian schools. Exodus Mandate was founded in 1997 by E. Ray Moore, Jr., a Bible teacher, Army reserve chaplain, and political campaign consultant. Ultimately, the project wishes to see a mass exodus of Christian children from the secular public schools, even comparing this exodus to that in the Bible. It is closely associated with the Southern Baptist Convention.[1]

Vision Statement

Exodus Mandate is a Christian ministry to encourage and assist Christian families to leave Pharaoh's school system (i.e. government schools) for the Promised Land of Christian schools or home schooling. It is our prayer and hope that a fresh obedience by Christian families in educating their children according to Biblical mandates will prove to be a key for the revival of our families, our churches and our nation.[2]

Affiliate Ministries

  • homeschoolingfamilytofamily helps recruit homeschooling parents to answer questions and support those who are considering homeschooling but unsure if they will receive enough help and support. The term for these helpers used by the ministry is "Mentor."[3]
  • CaliforniaExodus.org is basically a smaller-scale version of Exodus Mandate. They consider the California schools to be among the worst of the public schools.

See also

External links


  1. http://www.exodusmandate.org/info-about-us.htm
  2. http://www.exodusmandate.org/index.htm
  3. http://www.homeschoolingfamilytofamily.org/Becoming%20a%20Mentor/mentor.htm