• March 25, 2021

    One of the fastest ways the Christian Reformed Church in North America is growing, both in numbers and in diversity, is through ethnic minority church plants. Resonate Global Mission partners with more than 15 ethnic minority church plants and more than 10 multiethnic church plants in the United States and Canada. 

    Ethnic minority church plants are uniquely equipped to provide meaningful faith communities for people to worship and learn about God in their own culture and language.

  • March 24, 2021

    Barb and Norm Fichtenberg once considered serving as missionaries overseas. Instead, they found a calling to share the gospel cross-culturally within their community in Michigan.

    The Fichtenbergs are part of Resonate Global Mission’s Journeys into Friendship network, which provides a community of practice for anyone who is interested in bridging divides between cultures and building relationships with people from a variety of cultures, languages, and faith backgrounds.

  • March 17, 2021

    Diaspora communities, or “scattered people,” are all around us. They may have moved to our communities as immigrants, sought safety as refugees, come to study as students, or traveled to work in seasonal jobs.

    As people move throughout the world, we constantly come in contact with people who may dress differently than us, speak a different language, and eat different food. People from a variety of cultures and faith backgrounds are no longer living across the ocean—they are living across town, across the street, or right next door.

  • March 17, 2021

    Resonate Global Mission missionaries Ray and Angie DeLange are asking you to pray for Adel (name changed for security), a man who heard the gospel for the very first time.

  • March 15, 2021

    When Manqoba moved from South Africa to work toward his Ph.D. at Western Michigan University, God started working in his heart. He gave his life to Christ and is now growing in his faith through International Campus Ministry, a Resonate partner at Western Michigan University that ministers with the more than 1,500 international students on campus!

  • March 11, 2021

    Juana lived in front of a church building for 18 years but never stepped foot inside. She spoke Spanish as her first language, and the church only worshipped in English.

    But then one day, there was a knock on her door. People from La Casa de Mi Padre Comunidad Cristiana—a bilingual church plant you support in Fennville, Michigan—came to visit.

  • March 8, 2021

    From director Zachary King

    Imagine how different your world would be without Jesus. Without his love and words of hope. Sadly, there are still so many people in the world who don’t know Jesus or his promise of eternal life.

    That’s why we’re bringing you a special opportunity to double your impact. When you give today, a generous donor will match your gift dollar for dollar!

  • March 5, 2021

    As we approach the one-year mark of when our lives were turned upside down by the coronavirus pandemic, we could all name many things we’ve lost over the past year. Even in our congregational life, that list is long and worthy of lament.

  • Women worshiping in the Middle East.
    March 4, 2021

    Resonate Global Mission’s Cohort Middle East was in the works for two years before being delayed by the coronavirus pandemic—but the wait is over. Resonate’s first group of young adults recently kicked off their time of service.

  • February 25, 2021

    When Mr. and Mrs. Park moved from Korea to Japan, their search for a church family ground to a halt, and might have stopped altogether without your help.

    The Parks felt the Holy Spirit tugging on their hearts when they began reading the Bible for the first time, but for years they struggled to find a church home in Korea and never felt ready to be baptized. Then Mr. Park’s work in architecture brought them to Japan, and their sporadic church attendance fizzled out entirely.

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