Sending Love to Haiti

One of the best parts about being involved with The 410 Bridge is seeing the way God uses this ministry to connect people all over the world. Last week, one of our teams visited Kaihura, Uganda. The team met with children in the community, including some Daraja Choir alumni.

Our team explained what a hurricane was, and together, everyone prayed for our communities in Haiti. When the children heard about the destruction Hurricane Matthew caused, they wanted to make cards for their brothers and sisters in Christ.

We’re translating the cards into Creole and sending them to Haiti next week.

A letter from Pearl.
A letter from Peace, one of our Daraja Choir alumni.
A card for our Haitian communities.
We love watching how God is using The 410 Bridge to connect people all over the globe.

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