- What We Do
Nana* could recite Bible verses word for word, but it took many years for Nana to open her heart to the truth of the gospel. Resonate Global Mission missionary Laura* discipled Nana every step of the way, and God revealed himself to Nana in miraculous ways.
Nana’s mother was the first Christ follower in a Muslim-majority village where Laura serves. Nana grew up going to church and hearing Bible stories, but she also grew up teased and picked on for her mother’s faith.
Resonate Global Mission missionary Josh Shaarda has prayed for years that God would raise up more people to spread the gospel and share the hope of Christ.
“God is answering that prayer through ministry in prison,” said Shaarda.
The Soroti Prison in Uganda is packed with hundreds of men in bright yellow uniforms. They are sent to the prison from cities and villages all over Uganda.
I often sit back and ponder how we as a family of believers have arrived at where we are today, and how we go about motivating others to join us in the captivating journey of being God’s chosen people.
Resonate Global Mission missionaries Charles and Hensel Oh in the Philippines have started a taco shop ministry.
“Almost everyone can get a job here in this country … but the jobs they can easily get pay no more than 60 cents per hour after taxes and Social Security,” said Charles. After rent, food bills, and transportation costs, the meager salaries aren’t enough for people to live on.
“Just barely enough to survive,” said Charles.
Resonate Global Mission missionaries Johnny and Kim Gryglewicz are asking you to join them in prayer for Haiti. Protests and road blockades throughout the country have made daily life and ministry difficult.