So most of us know EDGE’s mission: to connect public school students with Jesus Christ and the local church. But what exactly does that mean for the local church – how does EDGE fit into the vision of missional churches? How does EDGE empower them to reach lost students?
Well, it’s that time of year again … the weather is frightful, and snow days can happen at any time. Last year, there were several clubs who didn’t get a chance to meet for two to three weeks at a time because of inclement weather. Often, even if there’s a
This coming April, we are excited to announce the Inaugural EDGE Club Banquet! This will be a fundraiser & silent auction held at the Waterford, Fair Oaks on Friday, April 10th at 7pm. Come enjoy a delicious dinner, as well as hear from EDGE Students around the DC-Metro area who
The first week of the EDGE Revolution is called “Evaluate” Week. This time is intentional time for students to do a number of things: look over their lives with spiritual eyes, keep each other accountable, begin anew to set an example of Christ in their schools, pray for their lost
A lot of people would call Rev. Tiffany Slaughter of Haymarket Baptist Church a brave soul for volunteering to work with Marstellar Middle School’s EDGE Club for two hours after school on Thursdays. Tiffany is EDGE’s newest volunteer who is passionate about helping students see that they can be lights
New EDGE t-shirts are finally here! Grab one soon and help use it to invite friends to EDGE Club and share the hope of Jesus Christ with your campus!
EDGE Staff will be visiting different EDGE Clubs throughout the next several weeks so students have a chance to buy them!