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What is THE EDGE?

THE EDGE is a conviction. It’s where we stand to save the lost. It’s stepping away from our comfortable pews to bring God to the world. It’s following Jesus’ example to minister to the outcasts, the overlooked, the forgotten.

THE EDGE is about relationship, not religion. It’s God’s power being stronger and God’s love running deeper than anything people face. It’s being fearless in the face of adversity and willing to look the devil in the eye and say, “You can’t have him or her anymore.”

We are authors, Christians, people walking by faith. We are THE EDGE.


STATEMENT OF FAITH:

“Jesus Christ is the only way to salvation. (Jn 14:6) He died on the cross and was resurrected from the grave. (Jn 3:16;Jn 11:25)

We believe in the triune God: Father, Son and Holy Ghost. (Mt 28:19;1Jn 5:7)

We believe God loves everyone and offers forgiveness to everyone, that God is merciful. (Jn 3:16;Ps 116:5;Deu 7:9)

We are not one particular domination, but focus our writings on Christ as the unity of all believers.

We believe the Bible is the unalterable Word of God. (2Ti 3:16-17)

We believe marriage is between one man and one woman. We believe men and women are of unchangeable gender. We believe all life is valuable, including and especially the unborn. (Ge 1:27;Rm 1:25-27;Ps 139:15-16)

We believe regardless of where you've been, what you've done, or what mistakes you've made, God loves you. (1Jn 4:8,16)"

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