Art night.

“Grab a brush, bring a canvas, or just plain come out to Del Dios Way, for a good ‘ole Art Night!” And no, you don’t have to be a painter to enjoy the evening of fun.  Every second Friday of the month, Jeremy VanBeek of the Del Dios community  invites creative minds to his beautiful […]

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Konversations

Saturday, January 30th Edge Project participated in “Konversations” at the Koinonia House in Solana Beach.  People from all walks of life and even from all over the world came for a night of community, story-telling, and deep discussion about life and spirituality. After introductions, everyone received a small piece of paper and was told to […]

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The Edge House Party

The cozy beach town of Encinitas, California held an Edge House Party, just a stone’s throw from “Beacons,” a great local surf spot down the cliffs of Encinitas. Many people came through the doors with little idea what to expect. I, myself, arrived late and lightly tapped on the door of the welcoming beach home […]

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Most Recent Events…

Edge House Party. December 5th was another night of community and laughter in San Diego. Everyone came wearing a shoe with a story, whether it was from Spain this past summer or from another adventure! We sat in candlelight and shared a story from the path our shoes have traveled. God continues to cast His […]

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Meet Sean Hancock.

Sean grew up in Montana before moving to the big city of LA in pursuit of an acting career. At just the right time, God provided him an improvisation ministry that set him on the road to transformation and his involvement with Tlc International. He explains, “When I gave God everything that I had, He […]

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New Interns!

Tlc International has a new internship project and is receiving two new interns committing to serve with Tlc and Edge Project for the next year. They will be coming alongside Arianna Caligiuri and Tlc’s Board of Directors to breathe new life into Edge and redesign Edge Project 2010. Welcome Sean Hancock and Colleen Van Houwe!

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Edge Reunion 09

The Experience Lives on… November 6th was the 2009 Edge Project Reunion. What a blessing! It was the first time many of us “edgies” had seen each other since the summer Edge Project. The Gibbels opened up their beautiful beach home just a few blocks south of “the most south westerly bar in the U.S.A.” […]

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Songs for their son

Last night I went to a home across the train tracks of Leucadia.  Tim, whose house we had gathered in,  shared a great conversation with me about Montana and Wyoming Yellowstone National park.  I was born and raised in the Big sky country, so the images in his photo album took me back to a […]

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A Hike in the Peaks

The other day I walked out into the peak district of Yorkshire England, just outside of Sheffield.  Myself, Nat, Isaac, and Andrew, whose house I’ve been staying at this week.  The sun was going down, the majestic sky turned gray and it started to rain, sheep were scattered about as we walked up this green […]

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From the Edge to the world’s largest Arts Festival

And away we go!!! The Castle, the People, the Fringe. Click here for the story of Art, Struggle, and where God was throughout it all.

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Last days on the Edge

After the Edge students left,  I spent three more days in Altea.  I found myself in a dark place, were I could still feel Gods light.  Here is the story… write in Altea. by Sean Hancock.

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Happy Birthday Ryan Aldaco!

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You Matter…

…Because your existence can stop me in my tracks. …When kids grow up wanting to be you. …When you make someone laugh so hard that whatever they’re drinking comes out of their mouth. …When you are still willing to come back and give everything you have to accomplish your dreams even when people have stolen […]

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The prayer tower.

There is something about high places.  It gives one a great perspective above what my otherwise be a messy point of view. The other day, Arianna took a small handful of us to a place she has come to call her “prayer tower.”  There you get a great panoramic of the city of Altea.  You […]

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Oh, the Spanish nights.

Understanding the culture of Spain: From an American perspective, it’s quite different. In fact, coming from were I was 4 weeks ago, I didn’t understand why Spaniards live the way they do. Now I understand and am enjoying the way they do things. I understand that we, as Americans, see things differently. That’s okay so […]

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