This story is not about Elijah. It is not about the persecution he faced and the vindication he may have felt at the end of the story when God brought fire down from heaven to consume Elijah’s sacrifice. It isn’t a story about a king who led his people down
“Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives, and the one who seeks finds, and to the one who knocks it will be opened.” Matthew 7:8-9
Jesus speaks this to anyone who will listen.
We are so thankful for our faithful prayer partners!
We ask that you continue to pray for open doors into DC public schools, as well as continued support for our staff as they seek to build relationships with local churches in DC.
Please pray specifically for student leaders, as
As many of you know, EDGE Clubs has traditionally held its Fundraising Banquet during the first week of April, and we’ve always been blown away by God’s faithfulness and your generosity!
This year, after four wonderful years of hosting a banquet in Fairfax, we asked God for
There are a multitude of ways you can host worship at your EDGE Club! Student leaders have many different talents, and though this recent video from EDGE Club’s Encounter week at Centreville High School shows students worshiping through song and music, others have used: spoken word reading of scripture, particularly […]
Recently, we posted a devotional about the Prayer of Jabez, and how a student missionary might read and pray that Prayer. If you’re not familiar with 1 Chronicles 4:10, it’s simply this:
Jabez called upon the God of Israel, saying, “Oh that you would bless me and enlarge my border, and
Valentine’s Day is fun, mostly because there’s a lot of candy involved. There are countless ways to leverage this holiday to make sure that your club cares for the students and teachers, especially after school lets out!
Many students stay behind after school for clubs, tutoring, etc., but others stay
EDGE’s vision is unique.
You may have heard it said that we don’t simply want to see students come to know the Lord. Yes, obviously, we pray and desire that. But once students have made the decision to follow Jesus, what happens next? Where do they go to grow
Solomon was King David’s son and took his father’s place as king over Israel after David died. The Bible tells us that by this time, the Israelites had become a nation “as numerous as the dust of the Earth” (2 Chr 1:9), so when God asked Solomon what he would
Jabez was a man who is briefly mentioned in a genealogical list. He’s noted as being “more righteous than his brothers” and having a name which means “to cause pain” during birth. His prayer is simple and beautiful and has been used many times as a way for Christians to