• January 20, 2021

    Wendy, James, and Daniel* knew they each wanted to make a difference in the lives of people in their communities and families. Thanks to the opportunity to attend Timothy Leadership Training (TLT) taught by Resonate Global Mission missionary Ken Lee, they are now equipped to live out their faith and be leaders wherever God has placed them.

  • January 12, 2021

    Bayai [bye-ai]
    noun: people who do the wrong thing

  • January 7, 2021

    How can you and your church learn to love your Muslim neighbors? Resonate Global Mission's Great Lakes Team has a partnership with the West Michigan Friendship Center. This partnership makes it possible for local CRC congregations to partner with the organization so believers can put Christ's love into action.

  • January 7, 2021

    There are many divisive issues that we would love to forget as 2020 fades into history. But there is one issue that made headlines this past year that should not be silenced in our churches and our communities: the pursuit of racial justice.

    Without racial justice, we cannot have shalom, and unless we seek shalom, we will not be joining in God’s mission of proclaiming the good news in our neighborhoods and around the world.

  • January 5, 2021

    Phyllis lost her sight to measles when she was just two years old—but that hasn’t stopped her from making a big difference in Machakos, Kenya.

    “Despite her visual impairment, [Phyllis] has beaten the odds,” said Rev. Jared Kaka Rioba Bosire, who coordinates Timothy Leadership Training for Resonate Global Mission in Eastern and Southern Africa.

    Phyllis is a mother, leader of the women’s ministry at her church, and tutor at a teacher’s college. She also works closely with the Christian Union to share Christ and disciple believers on the campus where she works.

  • December 21, 2020

    “I hate myself.”

    Larry (name changed) sat in a motel room on East Colfax, a street in Denver, Colorado, notorious for drugs and prostituion. Larry had a rough childhood. His mom struggled with drug addiction. Growing up, he was sexually abused and had nowhere safe to go for help. He turned to drugs, alcohol, and gambling instead.

    For years, Larry could manage the addictions. But then he lost control. His marriage crumbled. He was no longer able to see his daughter. He had no home.

  • December 21, 2020

    Evy* had never heard about the Fulani, a people group in West Africa who are mostly from a Muslim background. But that didn’t stop her from packing her bags, flying across the ocean, and moving into one of their communities so people would have an opportunity to learn about Jesus. 

  • December 21, 2020

    Evy* spent 29 years serving with Resonate Global Mission among the Fulani, a people group in West Africa who come mostly from a Muslim background. Now, she’s back in the suburbs of Chicago. 

    City life is drastically different from her rural ministry, but she said sharing the gospel with her suburban neighbors won’t be so different. There’s a lot that North Americans can learn from ministry among the Fulani. Resonate asked Evy to share some tips:

  • December 21, 2020

    Born into a family that considered themselves Catholic, Morgan* was baptized as an infant—but she was raised without faith in God. Morgan’s grandparents regularly attended church, but her parents did not. As a family, they never prayed together, never read the Bible, and never talked about their Christian roots. 

    “Morgan never practiced religion or explored for herself,” said Resonate Global Mission missionary Naregh Agelaga.

  • December 17, 2020

    Many people attend Christmas church services who would never otherwise set foot in a church building—and the season is upon us. How will churches host Christmas and Advent gatherings during COVID-19? How can we share the gospel during a time when so many people are ready for hope and peace?

    These are questions Resonate Global Mission ministry leaders ask every day. And in Halifax, Nova Scotia, the Holy Spirit is drawing people closer to Christ in new ways.