The Exodus Project is a unique learning community at Schreiner University for those students who are interested in leadership and learning about the biblical prophet Moses. Moses was one of the greatest leaders in the Bible, but he didn’t start out that way! He stuttered, he lacked confidence, he even tried to tell God no! Yet, through his obedience to God, he became the leader both God and the people needed.
Christian leaders are not born ready for the great adventure of leadership. It is through the journey of learning and discipleship, service and discernment of where God is guiding you, that you will be shaped into a leader for the 21st century.
Members of the Exodus Project will participate together in:
- Academics – as a cohort in the Fall in IDST1301 and IDST2200 (Career Exploration) in the Spring.
- Discipleship – meeting weekly to grow in faith and find support from God and the Exodus Project community
- Service – choosing local churches or agencies to partner with an hour a week
- Retreats – time away in the Fall and Spring to learn how to be servant leaders and to listen for what God wants you to do with your “one wild and precious life!” (quote by Mary Oliver)
To be considered for the Exodus Project Learning Community, a student must first be admitted to Schreiner University.
Once you have been admitted to Schreiner University, you will have access to the online application through your Schreiner One account under the Learning Communities tab.
The Coordinator of the Exodus Project Learning Community and the Advisory Committee will review completed applications in the order they are received. Applicants, based on their completed application, who seem to be a good fit with the community will be invited to participate.