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Why 410 Bridge?

Because of our unique community development model, communities are empowered and projects become sustainable. They are not dependent on Western short-term mission teams to complete or maintain.

This allows each team time and energy to pursue relationships as they work alongside community members to reach their goals through activities, projects, and visits to their homes and churches. 

We see teams encounter life-changing experiences and are inspired to continue using their gifts to serve the Kingdom. We are currently facilitating trips to 410 Bridge communities in Kenya and Guatemala.


Trip Communication Timeline

Once trip dates have been confirmed, your dedicated 410 Bridge Trip Team will assist with the following:

  • Accessing our Trips App
  • Trip Resources
  • Trip Training
  • Trip Logistics
  • Travel Questions
  • Debrief after the trip

What Are Some Things I May Experience?

Trip Resource

Looking for a solid trip resource as your prepare for your life-changing trip? Check out the book “If You Really Want To Help” by our founder, Kurt Kandler.

Learn more from our blogs!


Serving with Joy: A Week in Mutirithia, Kenya

If you haven’t yet had the opportunity to go on a mission trip to Kenya, allow me to do my best to try to put into words what an incredible life-changing experience that you really need to do at least once in your life. 

I was recently blessed to travel to Mutirithia, Kenya with an amazing group of 20 other Christian men to serve the families in that community over the course of a week. 

We prepared for weeks to make sure everyone understood the primary objective of the trip, which was to build upon relationships already formed in the community and to spread the Word to as many people as we could. 

Allow me to unfold a day-by-day glimpse of what we experienced:

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Community Development

From Trip Participants to Trip Advocates

Embarking on a mission trip with The 410 Bridge is an invitation to witness the transformative power of holistic community development—a paradigm shift in the way we approach poverty alleviation.

As trip participants, you’re not just joining a journey to serve communities in need; you’re stepping into the role of advocates, and champions of sustainable change driven by partnership and empowerment.

Here are 5 things to consider with this shift:

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