Let my people go!” With those powerful words, God shows His people that He is a God who keeps His promises, who is all-powerful, and who will free them from all forms of slavery. Some think of the book of Exodus as just a story about a nation’s history, while others, it is just one step in the long line of God’s miracles like the burning bush, the plagues, and a sea split in half.

But what if both of these descriptions limit the truth that Exodus still has relevance for God’s people today? What if the liberty from fear and slavery that the Israelites experienced is meant to resonate much deeper in our hearts?

We might not be enslaved by the Egyptians, but many of us face bondage by far greater and more sinister captors. To know the story of Exodus is to know a God who desires freedom for His people.

Click here to listen to teachings from this series!


  • Adore Central Houston

    Catholic Charismatic Center (1949 Cullen Blvd. Houston, TX 77023)

    All nights start at 7 pm

    September 2

    October 7

    November 4

    December 2

  • Adore North Houston

    Prince of Peace Catholic Community (19222 Tomball Pkwy. Houston, TX 77070)

    Potluck Dinner starts at 6 pm outside church

    Worship night starts at 7 pm

    September 9

    October 14

    November 11

    December 9

  • Adore Houma

    Diocesan Pastoral Center Conference Hall

    (2779 Hwy. 311, Schriever, LA 70395)

    Worship night starts at 7 pm

    September 23

    December 9

  • Adore Corpus Christi

    St. Thomas More Catholic Church

    (2045 18th St, Corpus Christi, TX 78404)

    Worship night starts at 7 pm

    October 6

    November 3

    December 1

  • Adore Gulf Coast

    St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church

    (720 East Beach Blvd. Long Beach, MS 39560)

    December 3 @ 6:30 pm

Spread the word!

EmilyExodus Series

3 Comments on “Exodus Series”

Leave a Reply to Yvette Ramirez Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *