Welcome Wendell!

We are excited to introduce Wendell Robinson to you as our newest 410 Bridge U.S. team member! Wendell is serving as our service trip coordinator to Haiti.

Wendell comes to the 410 Bridge with a love for people and a passion for culture. He loves trying new cultural foods and embraces the uniqueness every culture offers. After ten years as an ordained minister working with youth, Wendell along with his wife Lisa and their three boys Caleb, Josiah and Eli packed their suit cases and left their home in Portland, Oregon to serve as missionaries to the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico. They lived in Puerto Rico for seven years. During their time in Puerto Rico, Wendell also spent time traveling in and out of Nigeria, Ghana and the Republic of Benin assisting African pastors in developing a small group model for discipleship. He later spent two years working in the Ugandan community of Kiwuunya where he got his feet wet in community development. Wendell is excited about the future and the great things God will accomplish in the coming years through the 410 Bridge.

Wendell loves spending lots of time with his family, long walks on the greenway, watching track meets, and eating Lorna Doone Cookies. He hopes one day to own a Weimaraner and wants to do more fishing.

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