- What We Do
I take a sip of my freshly pressed coffee and ask a question I’ve asked many times: What is going on?
This is just another meeting, like many others I’ve had throughout the semester, but different in that it is taking place online.
When the coronavirus pandemic forced many churches throughout the world to take worship gatherings online, Bridge Church—a new CRC church plant in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta—didn’t have the equipment.
Pastor Ryan Pedde and his team bought the equipment they needed to keep their church connected, but they were unsure how they were going to pay for it.
Then Pedde and his team got an email from Resonate Global Mission offering grants for technology support for church plants throughout Canada and the United States
The Coronavirus Wasn’t in the Budget
Pastoring a church can be lonely, hard work—but the Nehemiah Center, a Resonate Global Mission partner in Nicaragua, is bringing pastors together for prayer and support that’s shaping ministry.
Adolfo and Martha are pastors of the Central Church of God in Chinandega, Nicaragua. They lead a compassion ministry at their church, and Adolfo also oversees 30 other churches in his region that are part of his denomination.
This year, Resonate Global Mission missionary Stan Kruis’ church-planting class spent three days with the Badjao people along the coast of the Philippines.
Also known as “Sea Gypsies,” the Badjao are people who live along the coast in boats or small bamboo houses built on stilts. Many of them earn their livelihoods from the ocean by working as fishermen and pearl divers, and many are from a Muslim background.
Anytime someone steps out in mission, only God knows the results. That’s why Stan and his wife, Bessie, asked you to pray.
From director Zachary King
I want to tell you about a Christian who needs your help, and an exciting opportunity for your gift to go twice as far.
Amir lives in the Middle East, in a country devastated by war, but he is committed to following God’s leading, no matter what it takes. Taking a step of faith, he left his home country to go to seminary and received training from your missionaries. Then he took his new training and passion for God’s mission back into his home country.