Lives are being transformed as these young leaders bring healing and hope to their communities.
Every year, Exile trains and equips more program graduates to launch rehabilitative care programs in their communities. These graduates and their influence are vital to ending cycles of violence and poverty throughout these regions. Focusing efforts on replication driven through graduate-led programs — healing and hope are spreading at exponential rates in previously unreachable communities!
Program graduates are paving the way… transforming their own communities!
Former child soldiers — now healed, trained, and equipped leaders — are bringing healing and hope to recently rescued child soldiers in their communities. Program graduates who were once orphaned and on the street are now ministering to children orphaned by war. Not only are they passionate — they are capable! They are successfully replicating the care programs that restored their lives. With God’s help and through these empowered young men and women — good news is spreading and communities are being transformed!
Join us in a God-sized, 20-year vision
Providing 100,000 child survivors of war opportunities for healing and hope — empowering each to become leaders for peace, transform communities for Christ, and end cycles of poverty and violence.
In obedience to Christ’s command, our mission is to make disciples and disciple-makers. Each year, more and more graduates are taking what God has given them (1) the gospel and salvation and (2) restoration through Christ-centered rehabilitation — and sharing it with their communities and youth like themselves.
Praise God! These graduates are catalysts to a multiplier effect that can halt cycles of violence and poverty for families and communities across the region.
Following this model of replication, Exile’s team and board are prayerfully pursuing our 20-year vision — providing 100,000 child survivors of war opportunities for healing and hope — empowering each to become leaders for peace, transform communities for Christ, and end cycles of poverty and violence.