• July 15, 2021

    The Table, a Resonate Global Mission church plant partner that you support in Thorold, Ontario, is celebrating a young man’s new life in Christ—thanks to a discipleship encounter this spring that seemed to echo one six years ago.

    Terence Schilstra, your church planter who started The Table, first met Brian six years ago. They crossed paths outside of the school gym where The Table hosts community dinners. Terence smiled and introduced himself to Brian, but Brian didn’t respond. He simply stared back at Terence—and then walked away.

  • Picnic table in church garden
    July 13, 2021

    What if your church property became the heart of your neighborhood? What if designing a space to be shared by your community was the open door for the Spirit to change hearts?

  • July 8, 2021

    Young adults are often described as “leaders of the future” or “the future of the church.” But they are not leaders of the future—they are leaders of the church today.

    KJ Pearson is one of those leaders.

  • July 6, 2021

    In May of 2019, Resonate Global Mission launched an investigation into allegations of abuse at one of our ministry partners, the Christian Academy of Japan (CAJ). We were deeply saddened upon hearing the stories of survivors who brought these incidents to light. We were also particularly troubled to learn that one of our former employees was named as an alleged perpetrator at that time.

  • June 25, 2021

    Many teachers, students, and families have grown weary of remote learning throughout the coronavirus pandemic—but when schools in Nigeria were told by the government that they could re-open for in-person learning, educators were left with a daunting task. How would they welcome back students, faculty, and staff in a way that would prevent the spread of Covid-19 and keep everyone safe and healthy?

  • June 25, 2021

    The term “missionary” comes with some baggage, especially in countries where Western Christians have sent missionaries. In the past, some missionaries have been known to dismiss local culture, push their own ideas and understandings on people, and care only for people’s souls and not their health and well-being. There’s also a common perception that missionaries are “from the West to the rest.”

  • June 24, 2021

    What does it look like to walk with Christ?

    That’s one of the questions five young adults are exploring together through Cohort Middle East, a Resonate Global Mission discipleship opportunity for adults ages 18-30.

  • June 17, 2021

    Evangelism has a bad reputation. Many people think of colonialism, televangelists shouting about burning in hell on cable, and Christians standing on street corners with signs that say, “PREPARE TO MEET THY GOD!”

    But every day, Resonate Global Mission missionaries and other ministry leaders are working toward painting a different portrait of evangelism as they share the gospel in loving ways.

    When it comes to evangelism, motive and method make a big difference, said Resonate missionary Linda.

  • June 8, 2021

    In Matthew 18, Jesus tells a parable about a shepherd who leaves his flock of 99 sheep in search of one sheep that has gone missing. That’s what Pastor Robert Echeru and Job Epiru did when members stopped showing up to worship at Deliverance Church Soroti in Uganda.

  • June 3, 2021

    Last November, two record-breaking hurricanes devastated parts of Nicaragua just weeks apart. 

    Steve Holtrop, your Resonate regional mission leader for Central America, remembers the jarring scenes from Hurricanes Eta and Iota all too well. In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic that was already stretching communities thin, the category 4 hurricanes blew roofs off houses, swept land away, and flattened rainforests.

    “Many [people] lost all of their belongings and their livelihoods,” said Steve. 

Pages