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Edge Comes to an End

It’s hard to believe that Edge 2017 is already over. Here re some highlights from our last week in Altea, Spain   Every time I look at this Church on a Hill, my heart skips a beat…and I am in awe at the Masterpiece of Gods Love !♡♡ #alteaholdsmyheart             […]

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Change is Good

This year is a big year for Edge Project. Well, every year is big, but our parent organization, TLC International is heading towards its 25th year! It’s hard to believe that so many years have passed and to look back over all the amazing changes the organization has taken – and in the case of […]

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Redefine EDGE!

For some people the idea of going to a foreign country, stumbling through a foreign language and customs is the last place to discover who you are. But sometimes, stepping away from life, as you know it, is the best way to come face to face with a new side of you. Edge Project isn’t […]

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3 Awesome Internships Through Edge

Looking for an internship that combines your love of art, culture and God? Edge Program offers 3 distinct internships that can place you either overseas or stateside. Let’s break it down! 1. The Summer Edge Program Summer Edge is truly a hands-on-living-in-the-midst-of-it-all experience. Our summer internships are of varying length, but allow you to live […]

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Edgie Reflections; Poetic Insight from Gracie Bartel

This week, Gracie Bartel shares poetically, her adventures with EDGE. The sea beacons me with the waves she holds in her hands, motioning me to draw near. And on her shoulder sits a charming town made up of a tourist culture, but filled with the Spanish hospitality we all expected. Spain welcomed me with open […]

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Edgie Reflections: Gia-Nina Badaracco

Gia-Nina Badaracco, a 2014 summer Edgie shares her experience in Spain and specifically about God’s work in each of our lives.  Being here in Altea has been incredible. I can see how God desires to move in others through relationships. I must say that the spiritual climate has a looming dark. However, I see God […]

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Edgies’ Reflections – Amy Naramore, Part 2

Amy continues to share about her EDGE program experience. Cultural Blunders and Blessings I’m sure that I have made many silly cultural blunders. One that comes to mind is telling a shop owner, “Good morning!” in Spanish on accident while leaving his shop at 8:00pm. When I tried to correct myself, I ended up being […]

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Edgies’ Reflections – Kelly Bishop

Kelly Bishop shares about her experiences on the EDGE Program and the cultural differences between American and Spaniards, particularly regarding social media. I am a proud American. I like being from the United States. However, I am not ignorant to our vices. Normally I would not want to choose a cultural norm I have witnessed […]

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Edgies’ Reflections – Nicole Palafox, Part 2

Nicole Palafox continues to reflect on her time in Spain, sharing her weaknesses very candidly.   Honestly, I think one of my biggest blunders this trip was being homesick. And granted, I still get homesick from time to time, but Spain has been one of the biggest blessings God has given me. I’m by the […]

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Edgie Reflections – Nicole Palafox, Part 1

Nicole Palafox, a summer 2014 Edgie takes a look back at God’s purposes in bring her to Spain this year. When I first got to Spain, I was homesick, and honestly, I’ve been homesick ever since, but I know that I needed to be here. God brought me here for a reason and it was to […]

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Transformation Vs. Individualism

Transformation? When many people, especially those who have grown up in the church, hear about being “transformed” it can strike fear in their hearts. Many people I know were forced to conform to a standard of holiness that was not established by God, but by the church or a particular denomination or group of Christians […]

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My Path is Unique

A guest post from one of the Edgies,  David Pugh from Asuza Pacific University Arianna has told us multiple times that she had been praying for our team long before it came together. She has also assured us that God has each of us in Spain for a reason. However, that reason might only be […]

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Friday Nights at El Diseno

Friday nights at El Diseno this year have been beautiful and have been progressively having more and more people stop by. We have mostly been showcasing local artists and some work from the group. We don’t have many conventional artists here this year, but we are using the evening to connect with tons of people. […]

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Who Do YOU Say That I Am?

“Who Do YOU Say That I Am?” We love that Christ asks this question. He not only asks it in general, but specifically He asks this of His disciples – those who had been following Him. Peter answers with with a short list of who others say that He is, but Christ breaks through and […]

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Meet The EDGE Summer 2014 Staff

Arianna, EDGE executive Director Arianna is the Executive Director of Edge Project, which transforms lives from the inside out. As an inspirational speaker, educator, mentor, and arts and cultural philanthropist, she is passionate about relationships and connecting people through their own unique skills and creative ideas. Using her own gifts of storytelling and dance to […]

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