2014: Goodness and Glory.

As we live fully this last day of 2014, we reflect on all that God has done and we lean in to a new year of blessings, believing HE will continue to do great things.

Yes, we have seen God’s faithfulness through the work of The 410 Bridge for nearly ten years now, and the more time passes, the more we are continuously awed at these accomplishments that can only be credited to Him.

You, our faithful friends and partners of 410, have played an integral part in this work too. We are thankful. Together, we are creating indigenously sustainable and measurable results in some of the poorest communities in the world.

Today, we ask for your continued prayers and generosity in giving as we cross the bridge into 2015 with gladness in our hearts.

“Ascribe to the Lord the glory due his name;
bring an offering and come before him…” [1 Chronicles 16:29]

Your continued help, combined with the vision that God has given to us, is transforming nations, one community at a time. We look forward to 2015 and believe the best is yet to come!

Happy New Year, friends!

Give a year-end gift: 410bridge.org/donate
(gifts $1,000 or greater will be matched. Checks dated Dec. 31, 2014 may be paid to The 410 Bridge and mailed to 35 Old Canton Street, Alpharetta, GA 30009)

 

 

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