God used Resonate Global Mission volunteers Faith Bosserman and Mary Hoekstra to start a new music ministry in three Christian schools in Kenya.
Resonate Global Mission volunteer Harry De Jonge has answered God’s call to help build church buildings in the Dominican Republic—18 times.
Harry is a member of Talbot Street Christian Reformed Church in London, Ontario. In 2001, a young adult group from his congregation approached him. They wanted to partner with people in the Dominican Republic to help build church buildings, but they needed someone with a background in construction—and Harry had nearly 25 years of experience as a construction consultant.
Resonate Global Mission volunteer Pat Voetberg spent eight days in Obule, Uganda, and brought home a new way to pray.
“We here, especially in [my community] West Michigan, are often so careful,” said Pat. “We don’t want to say too much. We don’t want to be too vulnerable. Sometimes our culture really keeps us from expressing our faith.”
Several years ago, Marcial attended a workshop by Resonate Global Mission’s Winabelle (Win) Gritter that inspired him to attend seminary. Now, he's helping pastors in Cancun, Mexico, spread God’s message of reconciliation to their churches and communities.
“Did this trip change my life? Not in the past tense, no. It’s changing my life.”
Emily Van Gerpen wrote that sentence more than a year ago when she reflected on her service-learning trip to Nicaragua in June 2017 with Resonate Global Mission and Dispatch Project. But her statement is more true today than it was then: just a few months ago, she quit her job, ended the lease on her apartment early, and moved away from family and friends to return to school and pursue a career as a counselor.