Edgies’ Reflections – Rebecca Bruckner

When going abroad for the first time, it’s very easy to compare everything to how it is done at home and assuming your way of doing things is “right.” Without patience and open-mindedness, travel can be very exhausting. Rebecca Bruckner shares her story: “God has shown me a few areas that need work in my […]

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Accepting Applications for Summer Edge 2018

Hard to believe we are already looking to next summer, but time flies and we want to get the word out about Summer Edge 2018. Edge is Art. Interested in learning more about the Edge Project? Take a look at this video or visit our site to see more. To learn more about deadlines and […]

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Edgies’ Reflections – Devin McGilvra

Edge is meant to not only be a challenge by stretching us, but by healing us. So often we carry wounds that we are afraid to reveal in the light of Christ, but that is where healing is found. Edgie, Devin McGilvra shares his experience: “I think that God has started me on a new […]

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Accepting Applications for Summer Edge 2018

Hard to believe we are already looking to next summer, but time flies and we want to get the word out about Summer Edge 2018. Edge is Cultural. Interested in learning more about the Edge Project? Take a look at this video or visit our site to see more.   To learn more about deadlines […]

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Edgies Reflections – Hannah Smith

There is no definitive experience that we as humans have with God – as believers nor skeptics. God cannot be defined and neither can our experiences with Him; they are as different and varies as we are. Hannah Smith shares her experience for God in Spain: “I’ve experienced God in ways like never before this […]

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Accepting Applications for Summer Edge 2018

Hard to believe we are already looking to next summer, but time flies and we want to get the word out about Summer Edge 2018. This is Edge Interested in learning more about the Edge Project? Take a look at this video or visit our site to see more. To learn more about the application […]

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Edgies’ Reflections – Jaeda Smith

It would be unfair to say that Americans aren’t friendly, but depending on where you live, the extend to which we as neighbors reach out to each other, definitely varies. Living overseas you learn quickly that neighbors are family or at least familiar. That it is common, if not imperative that you make conversation wherever […]

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From the Edge – Lucy Mayer

Life has way of seeming formulaic at times. We can assume our experience has been photocopied, so to speak, and the experiences of others, must be the same. Part of Edge Project is breaking down these misconceptions. Lucy Mayer shares her experience with the spiritual differences between the US and Spain; “I’ve learned that Evangelical […]

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Edgies’ Reflections – Hadasa Gallor

Art is an expression that moves far deeper than just the eyes; it soothes the spirit and moves the soul. Edge dives into what art, culture and religion can mean to the individual and the community. Hadasa Gallor shares her experience with Edge art, culture and faith. Hadasa, describe how you have seen art used […]

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Edgies’ Reflections – Hannah Sulak

Another purpose of Edge isn’t to create a “mountain top experience,” meaning it isn’t a few week experience that penetrates your life for a time, but ultimately dwindles in its lasting effects. Of course, certain things will fade, but hopefully there are morsels of change that remain. Edgie Hannah Sulak shares her lasting impressions. Hannah, […]

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Edgies’ Reflections – Hannah Martinez

Edge is about cultural experience. At first visiting a foreign country can cause us to focus on the differences in a negative way by comparing them to what we are used to and consider normal. The beauty of living for an extended period of time elsewhere, is that we begin to appreciate the differences and […]

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Edgies’ Reflections – Caroline Gladstone

Edge is about art and culture as seen, experienced and used by Edge. It has become a big part of the Edge Project as art nights at our hub, El Diseno are often a highlight of the whole experience. Caroline Gladstone describes how she has seen art used for outreach, connecting with others, and in […]

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Edgies’ Reflections – Dylan Ruder

Edge is about so much!  As Edge digs deep and so many are suddenly thrown out of their comfort zones and can feel untethered. Friendships, within the the group and without are treasures that so many not only take back with them, but rely upon to sustain them through Edge. Dylan Ruder takes a look […]

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Edgies’ Reflections – Kristin Walti

Edge Project is not just an outward facing program, meaning it’s all about outreach; Edge is designed to take the individual through a deeply moving inner journey as well. The beauty of Edge is it’s lack of definition. What I mean is that the Edge experience is defined by each Edgies, individually, very intimately. Kristin […]

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Reflections From the Edge – Stefn Sandberg

As Edgies come home and begin to process their time abroad, we checked in with them to hear about their experiences in their own word. 2017 Edgies, Stefn Sandberg Stefan, if you consider all you have learned at Edge during your daily cross-cultural experiences, art and cultural outreaches, studies in LoveWorks, stories from leaders and/or […]

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