The 410 Bridge is a Christ-centered, non-profit organization committed to relentlessly pursuing healthy community development in nations confined by poverty. We see the poor as the solution to poverty and not the problem to be solved. We engage communities to participate in their own development, restoring their sense of dignity, purpose, and freedom. The 410 Bridge works alongside local churches and leadership to assess and leverage their community’s gifts and strengths, not just their needs. Working in conjunction with our partners, we activate a unique, holistic approach that combines Christian discipleship, economic development, quality education, clean water, as well as health and wellness to create lasting freedom from poverty.
We engage followers of Christ to help people in developing nations lift themselves from poverty, restoring dignity, purpose and freedom.
“Each one should use whatever gift he has recieved to serve others”
-1st Peter 4:10a
Statement Of Faith
We accept and hold strongly to the truth that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, and that in Him, and Him alone, eternal salvation can be found.
Because of the nature of our organization and Godʼs calling on us to serve His people, we allow for freedom of conviction on other doctrinal matters, provided that any interpretation is based upon the Bible. No such differing interpretations or denominational differences should become an issue that hinders the ministry to which God has called us.
We are committed to a calling that surpasses denominational lines and unifies the body of Christ in such a way that God would be glorified and people would experience His grace and love.
We are able to execute our vision by bridging our communities and partners together, to activate a unique and holistic approach. It combines, Christian discipleship, economic development, quality education, clean water, as well as health and wellness to create lasting freedom from poverty.
How we measure our
Our goal is to work ourselves out of a job…
We measure our success not by what we do, but by what the community does on its own without help from outsiders. Success is graduation from the 410 bridge program. Recognizing God has gifted and equipped them to fulfill a purpose, communities become empowered to continue the development effort on their own.