- What We Do
“In the Bible, the Israelites stayed for 40 years in the desert. This year is my 40th birthday. I think: ‘God, in the past, I lived in the desert for 40 years,” said Fabiola.
But this year, Fabiola has new hope for her future—hope that can only come from Christ.
Six years ago, Fabiola, her husband, and their daughter made the difficult decision to move a six-hour drive away from family and friends in Mexico City to live in Guadalajara, where Resonate Global Mission missionaries Ben and Amy Meyer serve.
The coronavirus pandemic restrictions have prohibited Resonate Global Mission missionaries Josh and Mandy Shaarda from visiting prisons in East Africa—but inmates that the missionaries and their team have discipled are sharing their faith. And people are giving their lives to Christ.
Resonate missionaries Josh and Mandy Shaarda serve with Freedom in Christ Ministries in East Africa. A major aspect of the Shaarda’s ministry is to share the gospel with and disciple inmates in local prisons.
Finding a home church to plug into as a university student can be challenging. That’s why mosaicHouse East, a Resonate Global Mission church plant partner, is investing in students and equipping them to be leaders.
A car drove Chhy off the road while he was driving his motorcycle in Cambodia. The driver rode off, leaving Chhy alone alongside the road with a serious head injury.
“Someone passing by stopped, picked up his phone, and called the most recent phone number—another Onyx 2 student,” said Justin Van Zee, who works in leadership development with Resonate Global Mission.
Ministry is meaningful work, but it’s challenging—and the coronavirus pandemic has made ministry especially demanding for ministry leaders throughout the world.
When COVID-19 caused restrictions, Paul Yu, Resonate Global Mission’s regional mission leader for East and Central Asia, noticed that the needs of communities weighed heavily on missionaries in the region he leads. The people they ministered with were struggling with sickness, loss, and fear. With worries and challenges of their own, it wasn’t long before missionaries were exhausted and burned out.