What’s YOUR something?

We are super excited to announce a new program for student ministries, schools, small groups, etc.  Anyone can join!!      410 for 410!

Check out this short video to learn more about it…

1 Peter 4:10 says: Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.

We ALL have a gift, a talent, a “something.”  It can be anything!   Whatever your “something” is, we’re challenging you to use it to raise $410 for 410.

Your $410 will sponsor a student in Kenya, Haiti, or Uganda for a whole year, which will help povide that student the opportunity to access clean water, receive a quality education, obtain health and wellness check-ups, and take part in spiritual development programs.  It’s life-changing!

We know you’ll be as excited as we are about how this program gives you and your group of friends a really tangible way to serve, to connect with each other, and to recognize what God’s love can do for the world.

Getting started is simple.  We have everything you need… Just click here for more info.

Once you have completed your $410 for 410 campaign, we would love to hear the creative ways you were able to raise $410 for 410.  We’ll choose some of the most creative ideas submitted to spotlight on our blog.

Now, get to it!  How many “$410s” can you raise???

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