In the presence of Jesus

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Today we pause to honor and celebrate the life of a dear friend of The 410 Bridge and Canopy Life Academy, Angie Bevilacqua.  Angie went home to be with the Lord this past weekend, and our hearts and prayers go out to all of her family and friends. She will be dearly missed by everyone one who knew her on both sides of “the bridge.”

Angie has impacted countless people here and in Kenya and Haiti through her faithful service and her love for others and for Christ. Everyone who had the honor of knowing Angie was influenced by her joy, passion, and strength, and so many lives are richer because of the investment she made in them. She leaves us with a beautiful and inspiring legacy through the life she lived serving others and her Savior.

We celebrate Angie’s life today and that she is now with her Savior and in the presence of Jesus.

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