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FAQ

WHY JOIN EXODUS TRACK AND CROSS-COUNTRY CLUB?

What is the Mission of Exodus?

Who can join?

We concentrate on taking a long term approach. 

We try and make it fun. If you don't enjoy it, why do it? We encourage self-improvement. You are always just trying to be a little better than yesterday. We apply sound scientific principles to our workouts and meet preprations.

What do we believe?

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Our mission is to build individuals with outstanding character, abundant confidence, and self-discipline through the sports of track & field and cross-country.

 

How do we build character, confidence and self-discipline?

Exodus is a Greek word for a mass departure of people. Just like the start of a race! Exodus is also the story of being freed for a purpose to become what we were meant to be. 

 

What's our mascot?

Our mascot is the Leviathan (luh·vai·uh·thn).

Anyone from age 5 to 18 regardless of religion, race, nationality, ethnicity or ability.

Why Exodus?

 

We believe in God, country, family, hard work and judging individuals by the content of their character.  We believe that there is truly a purpose in every step. We believe that our mission is to develop basic motor skills in running, jumping, and throwing that are the foundations to all other sports. We believe that track and cross-country provides a foundation for a lifetime fitness opportunity. We believe that hard work pays off. Finally, we believe that whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.

 


What does it cost?

Cost will vary based upon the program you join and the number of family members joining the team. Check out our programs to see what is right for you.

In the Book of Job, the Leviathan was a sea monster that, "when it rises up, the mighty are terrified; they retreat before its thrashing. " and "Nothing on earth is its equal—a creature without fear."  Finally, “If you lay a hand on it, you will remember the struggle and never do it again! "