Success Stories

Stories about some of the men and women who volunteer and those who are ministered to through the CJAMM ministries.

Founding of Exodus House OKC

Stan Bassler shares about the founding of Exodus House, OKC.

A Great Day

It was a great day yesterday for Patrick as he was baptized at the United Pentecostal Church in Tulsa

Hank & Krista’s Podcast

CJAMM and Exodus House OKC are so proud and blessed to know Hank Ahtone, Exodus House graduate. Please take the time to listen to the podcast he was featured on recently. It is so inspirational!


There’s a Bible verse that could be the promise for Tara. It’s Philippians 1:6 (ESV) that says, “And I am sure of this, that he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ.” Tara graduated from the Exodus House-Tulsa on July 14,...


Want your eggs sunny side up? Or, would you like to have your life sunny side up? Say hello to Lorena (on the left). She recently graduated from the Criminal Justice and Mercy Ministries (CJAMM) program at Exodus House-Tulsa. One of her major accomplishments, after...


Six individuals graduated from the transitional program from incarceration to fresh start on July 14. The outdoor, socially-distancing, ceremony at Exodus House-Tulsa was attended by family, friends, and even seven former graduates. “They came to encourage and support...

Reentry Photo Audio Essay (USAToday)

The apartment was temporary – a cramped living room with a couch covered by a tan sheet. A Bible sat in front of a large-screen television. The Exodus House dwelling is one of many that gives haven to former felons as they try to start over. This is where Melissa...

Campers on a mission

A prayer circle with benches, flowers in planters, and a fire pit overlooking Lake Texoma now greets campers at Cross Point Camp. The serene spot to pray and meditate was built this summer by children attending New Day Camp I, a program related to the Conference’s Criminal Justice & Mercy Ministries (CJAMM).

Lives Changed @ New Day Camp

Each summer New Day Camp welcomes children (who have an incarcerated parent) to Lake Texoma to ride boats, take swimming lessons from an Olympic swim coach, bike, fish and so much more.

Camp changes adults too

Will you volunteer a week of your time. Will you volunteer a week of your time for a child whose parent is in jail?

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