April 28th // COVID-19 Country Updates

Thank you to everyone who continues to tune-in and watch our COVID-19 video updates. They are packed with information on what is happening in each of our countries, as far as the pandemic goes, but we also share some updates on the ways our communities have been innovative during these times.

From coffee, to face masks, and distanced church services, we continued to be inspired by the way the people living in our communities let their faith guide them through the unknown. Will you continue to pray with us during the next few weeks and months, for continued faith and protection over our communities? We covet your prayers.

Thank you to everyone who has supported 410 Bridge through your prayers and generosity. We are truly so thankful for each of you.

The 410 Bridge Team

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