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Roadmap to Healing

. For a rescued child soldier enrolled in EI’s care programs, this is what the journey from abduction to healing looks like, step by step.   Step 1: Abduction and Captivity Children are kidnapped and forced to fight in rebel armies and many are abused and tortured. This usually occurs around age 12, but can occur […]

What Does Freedom Mean?

    Happy Independence Day! Today marks a two-century-long tradition of celebrating family, friends, and food. However, freedom can mean more than fireworks and burgers, or more than even the independence of a nation. In Christ, freedom from oppression, trauma, and pain is possible. So, as we celebrate the birth of our nation and the men […]

The Multiplier Effect

Disciples Making Disciples  Exile rehabilitation program graduates are resilient, talented, and hard-working! Many are using these strengths to bring healing and hope to hundreds of children in their communities!     Program graduates have launched 8 new rehabilitative care programs in the last 6 months! Because of these new rehabilitation programs, 300+ more children now have access […]

Barclay believes in Exile

. She can tackle anything… including the Ninja Warped Wall Barclay Stockett is a four time competitor on American Ninja Warrior. As you can see from the video, she has a big heart and a determined spirit. This dedication helps her tackle most anything she has a passion for and sets her mind to – […]

EI’s Co-CEO highlighted by Alma Mater

Interview with Exile’s Co-CEO Matthew Williams  “My heart breaks when I see the hope and joy that was stripped away from them.” – Matthew Williams, Exile International Co-CEO Matthew was recently chosen to have his story featured as a distinguished alumnus of Dallas Theological Seminary. Matthew received his master’s in counseling at Dallas Theological […]

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