- What We Do
The Mbembe people of Cameroon may live in different cities and villages, but they all share one thing in common: their language. “Mbembe is their language and it also defines a lot of their culture and who they are,” said Resonate Global Mission missionary Allison Westrate.
But until recently, it seemed like God didn’t speak their language. Not until they held Mbembe translations of the New Testament in their hands.
Taiwan is located near the initial outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, but life and ministry continues for Resonate Global Mission missionaries Brian and Bette Vander Haak—with a few precautions.
The Vander Haaks serve with Morrison Academy, a Resonate partner in Taiwan that provides Christian education for children of missionaries and other international workers.
Allie’s life was in a downward spiral after her friend died by suicide. Running out of hope, she doubted whether she could go on living. At this terrible time in her life, you were there for her.
“I didn’t know what to do with myself anymore, and I didn’t know why I was still living,” Allie said.
“In a campus ministry field, you realize a lot of people know that they’re Christian but really aren’t able to articulate what they believe, let alone share it,” said Calvin Chen, a Resonate Global Mission campus minister.
“You need to know your faith to be able to share it," he said.
God gave Heather a vision to see every student at the University of Redlands in California know Jesus as Savior—and you’re helping her make that possible.