You’re invited to join us on Saturday, November 7, 2020, from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. for a tour of the EdenRidge Welcome Center.  Members of the ministry’s Board of Directors, staff, and volunteers will be there to greet you and look forward to welcoming you! This will be a great opportunity to celebrate the completion of this new, beautiful facility. Light refreshments will be served.

EdenRidge Welcome Center 
Open House
Saturday, November 7, 3:00 - 5:00 pm


Dylan Headrick and Alex Woodard are EdenRidge’s hard-working groundskeepers who mow, spray, weed whack, move rocks, and help out as needed around the campus. 

We enthusiastically appreciate their never-ending hard work and commitment to help make EdenRidge beautiful. Thank you, Dylan and Alex!

Dylan and Alex



“Thank you all for providing us a great time of rest. The cabin was amazing, the place is really beautiful and very well maintained and your initiative to provide this accommodation to missionaries at an incredible price is a precious act of love and generosity for which we are truly thankful.” 

Julio Moromisato - Next Gen Initiative Director / USA

“Our stay at EdenRidge went wonderfully. Thank you! Really appreciate all that you’ve put into the place and making it available for us.”


“Thank you for a wonderful stay at EdenRidge. What a beautiful location and beautiful accommodations. We so enjoyed spending time in the Word of God and rich fellowship along with our friends. We two couples were planning a 3-day teaching time for an upcoming conference. EdenRidge gave an excellent place to meet and plan and was very refreshing and relaxing. Thanks for providing such a wonderful ministry to those who come to EdenRidge.” 

Randy and Linda Wood - Ethnos360 Member Care/Soul Care



Genesis 1:1- "In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.”

The Beginning. It all started there.  

Beginnings are always fun. They’re filled with promise and excitement. Things are so shiny and new.

Then, after the newness wears off, the middle happens. Of course, every story has a beginning, a middle, and an end. It’s understandable that there is a distaste for the hard parts in the middle. The middle isn't always the easiest place to be. It is a place that can be filled with decisions, pain, hurt, loneliness, and crooked roads.  

We are definitely in the midst of the middle right now. The world is at odds with itself. Brother against brother. Sickness at every turn. Depression is at an all-time high. Your calling as a missionary, to spread the hope of Jesus, is more essential now than ever before.

In the book of Revelation, I’ve realized that the end is a promise. A promise for a new beginning. As you continue your missionary journey, here and now, we want to encourage you to remember God’s master plan.  

"The beginning is something that bears witness to the end, and the end will at long last bear witness to the beginning."  Leon Baeck

Creatively His, Sue
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