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Generosity Begets Generosity

December​ ​is​ ​one​ ​of​ ​the​ ​most​ ​important​ ​months​ ​of​ ​the​ ​year​ ​for​ ​our​ ​organization. The​ ​generous​ ​financial​ ​support​ ​of​ ​passionate​ ​people​ ​like​ ​you​ ​is​ ​the​ ​only​ ​reason​ ​EDGE​ ​Project​ ​is​ ​able to​ ​continue​ ​our​ ​mission​ ​to​ ​cultivate​ ​community​ ​in​ ​Altea,​ ​Spain​ ​through​ ​art,​ ​faith,​ ​and​ ​culture. In​ ​2017,​ ​we’ve​ ​been​ ​able​ ​to​ ​see​ ​incredible​ ​impact.​ […]

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Edgies’ Reflections – A New Path

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. One Edgie shares her experience: “I think that God has started me on a new path. I […]

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From the Edge

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. One Edge participant shares her experience with the spiritual differences between the US and Spain; “I’ve learned that Evangelical […]

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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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Beyond Edge Project

This last weekend Arianna headed to Westmont College for their Missions Training & Partner Weekend. She had the honor of being their keynote speaker for the 6 groups heading abroad this summer on mission trips to different countries. It has been amazing to see how through the Edge Project, so many doors have been opened to Millennials who love God […]

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The Lent Project

  Many modern evangelical believers are very detached from the liturgy and legacy of church tradition; yet there is something truly beautiful about these rituals of old. Lent is one of these traditional practices  that is virtually ignored (and misunderstood) by many believers today. Lent is celebrated in the 6 weeks leading up to Easter; it is […]

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On the Edge of Opportunities

The beauty of God’s message is that it isn’t just for one time or one people, one age group with one mode of sharing and receiving. The Good News of God’s love is something that transcends time and age group; it is living and ever-evolving to meet people right where they are and in a […]

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Vessels – Recap of an Amazing Night

Years ago I was introduced to a form of art called Fluxus. Like most art forms, it doesn’t make sense from the outside until someone gives you the key to understanding. Once you understand the mind behind the madness, a whole world of beauty opens up, where art is not just viewed, but participated in. […]

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The Journey Towards Edge

If you read about the encounters in the Bible that various people have – they are never the same. Whether it is a conversion experience or a call ot a ministry, God shows up in a different way with each person; sometimes it’s the still small voice, other times it’s the burning bush. Edge started […]

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Maybe This Year…You

Have you ever been so well acquainted with the big picture that you miss the details? I do this all the time. When I’m driving to work, I ‘m looking at the traffic, thinking about my day, maybe listening to something and it’s as if I have blinders on. There are times when I stop […]

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Advent – The Art of Waiting

My grandmother tells a story of when she was little, her parents received a letter from my great grandmother’s mother-in-law saying that she and her husband were coming for the holidays. Needless to say, my greatgrandmother spent the next week cleaning every nook and cranny of her home so that it would glow to the […]

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Accepting Applications for Edge 2017

Summer Edge June 18, 2017 – July 16, 2017 Every year we come together to explore art, culture and faith through the lens of a previously-specified theme. Our approach is topical and encourages self-propelled exploration. We invite artists, students, professionals, families, and anyone who wants to participate to join us in building a community, producing […]

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Edge Welcome Home Party and The Support of Family

Megan shares a little more about Edge’s recent Welcome Home Party. When people join Edge, they take a huge set of faith and what can make all the difference is having …The Support of Family. Megan shares: One thing that was unique about our time together was how many parents came to support the participants […]

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Edgies Reunite

After a few months apart, Edgies reunite for an evening of memories Unity in Experience Megan shares her experience and feelings about the EDGE Welcome Home party. We gathered together to hear and share stories of what God did in and through EDGE Project 2016.  In addition to the 2016 participants, there were participants from other […]

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God in a Dry Land

Perhaps one of the most eye opening experiences for any believer or anyone seeking to know more about God, is learning about the spiritual journey of others. “The spiritual climate here in Spain is very dry. I am especially interested in praying for the youth. The churches do not have a young generation and every […]

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