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Iracambí: Brazil | Podcast

Binka Le Breton and her husband Robin are rather adventurous. To prove it, they drove from Washington, DC to Minas Gerais, Brazil 30 years ago. They bought some land there. And they built a rainforest research center. A few of

Tea Leaf Trust: Sri Lanka | Podcast

Tim Pare, co-founder at Tea Leaf Trust, joins me to discuss this organization's inspiring efforts to provide educational and employment opportunities for the young people of tea-picking families in Sri Lanka. Behind every cup of tea that we enjoy is a

Books for Africa | Podcast

On this edition of The Edge of Adventure, Patrick Plonski joins me from Books for Africa. They're doing amazing work. Collecting, sorting, and shipping books, computers, tablets and other library materials to every country in Africa. Last year alone, they

Keep the Dream 196: South Africa | Podcast

With 11 official languages, South Africa is a melting pot of peoples, tribes, and traditions. With wildlife that includes elephants, lions, and rhinoceri. Coastlines where you'll find great white sharks, penguins and whales. Three capital cities. Two Nobel prize winners.

Regents School: México | Podcast

Four of my good friends join the program to share their vision for expanding Regents School in Reynosa, incorporating new classes, teaching trades to young men and women who are graduating from high school. It’ll be an awesome addition to

Convoy of Hope | Podcast

Erin-Rae Donaldson Peace and Kevin Rose join me today from Convoy of Hope, an inspiring organization that works in 21 countries worldwide, bringing life-saving food supplies to those affected by disaster and poverty.  From day one, the people behind this organization

Miracle Foundation: India | Podcast

For more than 20 years, Miracle Foundation has worked to improve the lives of orphaned and vulnerable children in India. They do so in a unique, effective manner that reunites families, prevents separation, and empowers loving mothers to care and

Casita Huarán: Perú | Podcast

It is truly my honor today to introduce you to Tania Herrera. She owns and operates a "bed and breakfast" in the quaint farming village of Huarán in the "Sacred Valley of the Incas" in Peru.  I asked her to join

Apne Aap: India | Podcast

Apne Aap Women Worldwide is a grassroots Indian organization that empowers marginalized girls and women to resist and end sex trafficking. They organize vulnerable girls and women into small self-empowerment groups, where they work to educate, encourage and equip them.

Water is Life | Podcast

What an honor to have Ken Surrite and Cote Terré on this edition of The Edge of Adventure podcast. Ken is founder at Water is Life, an organization that is working around the globe to end the world water crisis.

Casita Linda: Mexico | Podcast

Join me for this edition of The Edge of Adventure podcast, as we travel to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico to discover the inspiring work of Casita Linda, as they provide homes for families in desperate need. As of today,

Maestro Cares: Latin America | Podcast

On this edition of #TheEdgeOfAdventure​ podcast​, I'm joined by Massiel Brito and Pete Amaro from the Maestro Cares Foundation. Founded by Marc Anthony and Henry Cardenas, Maestro Cares works to improves the quality of life for disadvantaged children and communities

One Day’s Wages | Podcast

Whether it’s the young girl who no longer has to walk miles to collect water, the mother who can now provide for her children thanks to business training, or the school that can now grow nutritious food for their students

International Medical Corps | Podcast

International Medical Corps delivers emergency medical and related services to those affected by conflict, disaster and disease, no matter where they are, no matter what the conditions. They also train people in their communities, providing them with the skills they

Not For Sale | Podcast

Current estimates tell us that nearly 46 million people in the world today are trapped in slavery. Most of us go through our daily lives unaware that right below the surface, or right around the corner, someone has fallen victim

Orphan Relief Effort: Nepal + Myanmar | Podcast

Yvonne Morgan (and her husband Bill) started an organization called Orphan Relief Effort about 20 years ago. Since then, and in several countries around the globe, this couple has cared for thousands of children who so desperately have needed families

Operación Sonrisa | Podcast [Español]

Operación Sonrisa tiene un llamado muy especial. Ayudan a los niños que tienen el paladar o el labio hendido. Gracias a los doctores, las enfermeras, y a muchas personas más que dan de su tiempo y de su dinero, esta

Harvest 107 | Podcast

When she was 12, Gracie Pfaff discovered that 1 out of every 9 people in the world goes hungry. So she founded a non-profit organization called Harvest 107 to help people learn to build organic, urban gardens that provide a

Love Him Love Them: Haiti | Podcast

There are times in life when we make a decision to serve, when we go willingly on the great #adventure of service, putting others first, dedicating our time for something bigger than ourselves. And then there are those times when destiny

Darkness to Light | Podcast

For this edition of The Edge of Adventure podcast, I've asked with Katelyn Brewer, President and CEO at Darkness to Light, to join me. She leads this organization as they work worldwide to prevent childhood sexual abuse. This isn't an

Sandals Foundation: The Caribbean | Podcast

Sandals Resorts and Beaches. They are without a doubt one of the most well known and enjoyable vacation destinations in the Caribbean. But did you know that the Sandals Foundation works tirelessly to protect the Caribbean and to serve the

Pfamily Mission: Haiti | Podcast

Helping to alleviate poverty in the country of Haiti. Working to keep families together. Rhiana Pfaff and Pfamily Mission are making a big difference in the lives of many. Get to know Rhiana and her heart for the resilient, industrious, and loving people

Barefoot College | Podcast [SPANISH]

La gente que vive en las regiones rurales de seguido tiene que salir de sus casas y dejar atrás sus familias y sus comunidades en busca de una vida mejor. Por falta de oportunidad, dejan la hermosura de su cultura,

Operation Smile | Podcast

My two guests today join me to share with us Operation Smile’s remarkable mission to help children worldwide, children who suffer from cleft pallets and cleft lips. This is a condition that often marginalizes, limits, and steals away a person’s

Operation Christmas Child | Podcast

Join me for this CHRISTMAS edition of The Edge of Adventure podcast as we discover the difference that can be made by one single gift. My guest today is Dania Yadago Andraos of Samaritan's Purse and Operation Christmas Child. Join us

SEED Madagascar | Podcast

Off the coast of southeast Africa lies the island nation of Madagascar, arguably the most unique and diverse location on the planet. Approximately 85% of the plants and animals found here are found nowhere else on Earth. The culture, the people,

Barefoot College | Podcast

People in rural villages, in remote regions around the world, are often forced to leave their homes and their communities in search of a better life.  When this happens, they leave behind the beauty of their heritage, their culture, and often

Not Just Tourists | Podcast

Did you know you could turn your next international vacation into a humanitarian effort? By simply taking with you one extra suitcase. My guest today, here on The Edge of Adventure, tells us how the organization he works with can provide and

Walking with a Purpose: Minnesota | Podcast

The Edge of Adventure is dedicated to those who serve and genuinely love people who find themselves vulnerable, overlooked, forgotten, and suffering. People in need. The podcast and the video series take us around the world to places that are

GoGirls ICT: South Sudan | Podcast

On today’s edition of The Edge of Adventure podcast, we travelto the nation of South Sudan, and the capital city of Juba, to talk today with the both the co-founders from GoGirls ICT, Eva Yayi and Yine Yenki. These ladies

The Exodus Road | Podcast

Slavery still exists. And it must be stopped.  Join me for this edition of #TheEdgeOfAdventure podcast as I speak with David Zach of The Exodus Road where their entire team helps to find and free victims of human trafficking. David volunteers as

Humanity and Hope: Honduras | Podcast

On this edition of The Edge of Adventure podcast, we travel to Honduras. To the mountains of Central America where Riley Fuller and the entire team from Humanity and Hope United (and Generous Coffee) are making a sustainable difference for

Hands of Love: Uganda | Podcast

Recent estimates tell us that more than 3.2 million children in Uganda are orphans. No parent, no grandparent, no aunt or uncle to step in and raise them. These precious children are left hungry, without shelter, and so very vulnerable. This

Corner of Love: Latin America | Podcast

Latin America is facing a terrible humanitarian crisis as millions of refugees flee desperate, dangerous situations in a few specific countries. As a result, innocent people are suffering. For this edition of The Edge of Adventure podcast, I've asked Tanya Mroczek-Amador

Kusasa: Zimbabwe | Podcast

My guest for this edition of The Edge of Adventure podcast joins the program from Zimbabwe in Africa where she has chosen to give back to the people there that she loves so much.  Listen in as Dot Bekker explains the

Big Heart Orphanage: Mexico | Podcast

On this edition of The Edge of Adventure podcast, I speak two great friends of mine, Micah Carter and Brad Charles. Micah and his family have lived nearly their entire lives in Mexico, serving the people there that he loves so

Circle of Hope: Malawi | Podcast

On this edition of The Edge of Adventure podcast, I speak with Tad and Karly Glibert of Circle of Hope International. This wonderful organization works in Malawi, Africa. And they provide vital education, food, and medical care to a very precious

The Significance in a Snapshot

It was 1998. I was in Central America. This guy was under the care of some great folks at an orphanage. He was quite a character. And he seemed to enjoy my company.  That was nearly 22 years ago. But I still

In the News: Jetset Times

I enjoy using Twitter because it’s an exceptional way to meet new people and discover new brands. I must admit that I didn’t originally “get” Twitter when I first opened my account, when I first launched Edge. But I can

La Pérdida Frecuente

La pérdida frecuente de todo lo que tengo,    Me rompe y regresa al lugar de donde vengo.       Te pierdo de repente sin poderme preparar,    Me dejas de costumbre sin dejarme acostumbrar.       La pérdida frecuente de mi tierra y la paz,    A cambio de la guerra

SERV International: Kenya | Podcast

In the last 10 years, SERV International has provided more than 16 million nutritious meals to those who need them desperately. Under the leadership of their CEO and Founder Steve Kasha, SERV has brought hope and life to some of

Every Country Road

He would have been 45 today. But he passed away when we were 21. We had been the best of friends since the age of 8. I was devastated by his loss.    We grew up in a very different time. We

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