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Equipping young men & women to rise up as a generation of leaders capable and passionate about the global church & bringing change to the world around them.

Our 3 Passions:

What is Soul Edge? Part 1 -Adventure

What is Soul Edge? Part 2 -Training

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What happens on Soul Edge?


We split the course into two distinct phases, Training and Mission. Throughout both phases, 'Soul Edgers' are thrown into new adventures and new depths in their faith.


Whether your adventure is in Canada or New Zealand the teaching syllabus is the same. Soul Edgers will have teaching five days a week, two sessions a day, the first starting with worship. Sessions range from Identity & Spiritual

Gifts to Church History and accessible Theology. Time is given each day to develop a lifestyle of worship, reading scripture and personal time with Jesus. Each Soul Edger will go on a journey with their personal mentor who will meet with them regularly and assist in what God will already be stirring in their lives.


Each day, Soul Edgers are challenged with physical fitness sessions and led into the outdoors to make use of the rugged landscape that surround our bases. Sea, rock, ice, snow and forest are all there to be surfed, climbed and explored!


In order to really explore these vast wildernesses, we take a few weeks out of our daily routine to ‘expedition’. Finding ourselves deep in the snowy mountains of the Rockies or the endless Fiords of New Zealand, we forge tightly as a team, get pushed to our limits and reflect on what God is doing!

After three months of intense discipleship and adventure we start our mission phase. Whether Canada or New Zealand the aim is the same, to equip and show Soul Edgers how to become ‘everyday missionaries’ with the skills and experience to take the kingdom of God into all spheres of life, school, work, family and community.


We take almost two months to become a part of a new community and serve where we are needed! Practically sharing Jesus and building real relationships wherever we go, which could be in schools, churches, prisons or on the streets. For Canada we serve in the First Nations Community of Pelican Narrows and in New Zealand we serve on the Pacific Island of Vanuatu.


To find out more details about the mission phase, what a Soul Edge day looks like, what the teaching syllabus is and how Soul Edge got its name request an info pack (bottom of page) and consider downloading the CA or NZ infographic for a quick reference


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Quick FAQs


Soul Edge is a non profit organization (NPO) and a registered Canadian Charity. 

There are 2 Soul Edge bases: the Original Canadian Course and new for 2020, New Zealand. 

$8,450 CAD/$9300 NZD  covers the whole 5 months of training and mission for the Canadian or NZ Course, food, housing, travel and activities included. 


All Internationals require Health and Travel Insurance with 30 days winter sports coverage if in Canada (request Info Pack).

Team members are also responsible for costs of getting to the course starting point (i.e. Calgary in Canada and Christchurch in NZ) and buying personal kit i.e. gloves etc.

Note: Snow equipment, tents, thermarests, sleeping bags all provided unless you wish to bring your own. 

No spending money required. 

2020/21 applications now open for Canada and our new New Zealand Base. Both courses are now for both men and women.  

The name Soul Edge comes from our historical realtionship with Soul Survivor International. 

Est. 2006. 2020 will be our 17th&18th 5 month intensive training courses. 

Open the full info pack by clicking the relevant course at the top of the page.


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