In everything, we give thanks.

It has been said that life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall. The season brings a richer sense of expectation, and we feel ourselves leaning into the last three months of 2014 with great anticipation of all that is to come.

Perhaps what makes this seasonal transition so unique is that we have experienced more than half of a year and can look back long enough to see all that God has done in our lives, and still bring into greater focus the determination needed to finish the year strong.

As ‘the most wonderful time of the year’ comes rushing in, we want to continue leaning into all that God is doing, and pause long enough to express gratitude for our friends, communities and partners who walk alongside us on our journey at 410.

We reflect.
We renew.
We remember God’s goodness.
We continue giving thanks in all things and in all circumstances.
We expect the best is yet to come.

In all of this, we want to refresh your memory on last year’s Christmas livestock gifts you donated to 410 Bridge communities. This program continues to impact the lives of many in a life-giving, sustainable way. We are so grateful for how you generously gave and empowered people in Kenya, Haiti and Uganda to tangibly see God’s provision, and continue sharing it with others in their community. It is a privilege to witness their praises to God, and we believe you are remembered in their prayers of thanksgiving.

With great hope, we look forward to sharing more ways you can impact these communities and help create lasting life change through our upcoming Christmas programs.

We invite you to take a look at this 2-minute video update to see the difference being made…

Watch on 410 Bridge YouTube Channel: Livestock Distribution Update

“Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, since as members of one body you were called to peace. And be thankful.” [Colossians 3:15]

We are excited for what lies ahead… please stay tuned!

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