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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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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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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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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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Edge – Your Cross-Cultural Moments

We think of Edge as being cross cultural in that Americans come to Europe, but often times, Edgies come from all corners of the world and sometimes Edge is right in their backyard. “Being a Spaniard myself, having grown up with parents that are missionaries and being this the fourth year I am part of […]

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Pushed to the Edge to Believe

Stephanie: While on our second prayer walk this week throughout Altea,  we walked along the edge of the ocean …from quite a tall vantage point. Let me preface this by saying that I have a pretty extreme fear of heights. I hate rollercoasters, avoid hiking, and unlike most people I don’t desire to walk near […]

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Edgies Reflections – Letting Go

Although Edge 2016 has ended, the 2016 Edgies will continue to share glimpses of their adventures and lessons over the next few month.  Today Stephanie shares about culture and letting go: One of my favorite events this summer was our night of Salsa dancing. As an edge family we dressed up, and went out on the […]

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Voices From the Edge – Caroline Gladstone

Caroline Gladstone, 2016 Edgie Wow, so much has happened in this past week in Altea, Spain, that it would be impossible to recount it all in a way that is short and sweet, yet that is also full of depth. I think I’d already need to write a whole novel if I were to try […]

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Another Week, Another Chapter: Reflection on Week 3 of EDGE Project 2015

July is the most lively time of the year in Altea. Each night, the shops and restaurants are filled to the brim with people from Spain, Britain, Germany, Norway, and beyond. World-class balloon makers and local musicians make their presence most known during this season, capitalizing off of the energy and euros of the crowd. […]

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Un Vestido Blanco (A White Dress)

It was only three days into our time with Edge, when we were able to experience our first market day. Every Tuesday, a full street is shut down and lined with booths containing fresh flowers, colorful fruits and vegetables, and other produce. It is a wonderful opportunity to practice our Spanish and have conversations with […]

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3 More Edgies’ Reflections

Continuing our first-hand look into the experiences of Edgies from Summer Edge 2014, we take a look at three more people whose lives were touched and eyes opened in very different ways. Katherine focuses on people, but more specifically, compassion, both in her approach to those God put in her path and God’s compassion towards […]

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God At Work in Spain

Having been all over Europe as a missionary for the last 25+ years, it’s been interesting to see how people respond to God and the Gospel. While Europe is truly a small part of the globe, each country within the continent is very ,very diverse with varying histories. When the Iron Curtain fell in 1989, […]

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Creativity, God and Edge

Why Edge Project? In the traditional evangelical churches around the country, the combining of faith and creativity is an oxymoron = two things that don’t go together. What does creativity have to do with faith? How is God glorified in our creativity? How do people see Jesus or the Gospel through our creative expressions?   […]

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Summer Edgies 2015

This weekend has been very busy for Edge 2015 with our Edge 2015 Summer Edgies meeting for the first time! Every year I stand in awe of the work God has done to hand pick each and every person who joins us on this adventure. With a new mix of people, new outlook, new goals, […]

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