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“”Forsake the Empire, Seek the Kingdom
The Christian Exodus is a group of dominionists founded in 2003. Their stated goal is to move "thousands of Christian Constitutionalists to South Carolina to accelerate the return of self-governance based on Christian Principals". Barring that, they desire "personal secession" by "disentangling from society" where possible, including home schooling, going off the electric grid, self-sufficient farming, etc.
 South Carolina
Their preferred choice is South Carolina. In order to accomplish their goal, they are planning to colonize territory by encouraging their type of Christians to move there in large numbers. Aparently all of fifteen families have moved to South Carolina. Eventually, they plan to secede from the Union and become their own little agrarian theocracy. Hey, it worked for the Mormons in Utah, right?
The site appears to have some crossover with the Sovereign citizen movement. There is also a theme of rugged individualism and the site promotes agrarianism and survivalism.  To add to the general mess, the movement promotes natural childbirth, Naturopathy,, and home schooling. The site is also anti-feminist and contains some paranoia about Marxism.
The site believes the United States has become godless, morally and financially bankrupt and is doomed to decline and fall. 
Many conservatives believe the United States government is too big and should not be providing health care for sick people. Christian Exodus takes this further and wants no role for the state, as they believe the government has become an idol. They maintain the government should have no role in areas such as our bodies, health, family, children or money.
 One of many
Many groups are trying to get some state or other to secede from the Union for a variety of reasons. Christian Exodus is just one. 
Furthermore, Christian Exodus can be seen as a small group with unrealistic aims and unlikely to get very far. However, Christian Exodus can also be seen as part of the Religious Right, which is large enough to matter.