The 410 Bridge to Host “ImagiNations. What Happens When Love Does”

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Daraja Children’s Choir returns to the United States on Thursday, May 9.

Come learn what happens when "Love Does". Be inspired to act, to love, to DO!

The 410 Bridge, an organization serving to partner people and organizations with communities in Kenya, Uganda & Haiti, is hosting “ImagiNations. What Happens When Love Does” on Thursday, May 9, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. The event will be held in the Long Forum at Greater Atlanta Christian School (1575 Indian Trail, Norcross, GA 30093). Tickets for the event are $25 and can be purchased at http://www.410bridge.org/events.

This inspirational evening of worship and music will set the stage for the much-anticipated return of the Daraja Children’s Choir of Africa and feature the compelling stories, coupled with eye-opening truths, of NY Times bestselling author of “Love Does,” Bob Goff. This motivating and moving evening is one you definitely won’t want to miss.

The Daraja Children’s Choir of Africa is essentially an international hope exchange that was created in 2007 when a group of young Kenyans came to the United States. In spite of severe hardships, these children possess unbelievable amounts of joy--which they offer freely through their songs, laughter, hope and incredible passion for the Lord. In 2011, the choir was denied travel documents and the travel of Kenyan choir children was halted. Determined to persevere and share the joy of hope through worship, the choir is composed this year of children from 410Bridge communities in Uganda and will be embarking on multiple U.S. tours in 2013.

Bob Goff, in addition to writing, is an attorney who founded Restore International, a nonprofit human rights organization operating in Uganda and India. Bob often appears at various leadership and university events, inspiring current and future influencers to get to the “do” part of life.

Come learn what happens when “Love Does.” Be inspired to act, to love, to DO!

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