- What We Do
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.
Thanks to a recent donation of children’s books, kids at Nicaragua Christian Academy (NCA) in Nejapa are getting excited about reading—and Resonate Global Mission missionary Susan Benthem said it’s a big answer to prayer.
Susan and her husband Jared serve with Resonate in Nicaragua, where Susan works as an academic dean at NCA Nejapa. Earlier this year, she noticed the books in the school library were getting old.
“Kids weren’t really checking them out,” said Susan. Kids weren’t reading.
A couple of summers ago, I had the privilege of visiting a rural church in Northern Michigan during their vacation Bible school.
Duwaawu woni semmbe men.
Roughly translated, that means “prayer is our source of strength”—and it’s something that Resonate Global Mission missionary Lydia hears from nearly every single Fulani Christian she meets in West Africa.
Walking the streets of Japan’s busiest cities, you’ll come across very few Christians. Among Christians, you’ll come across even fewer young adults. It’s alarming for both the present and future of churches in Japan.
“The existing Japanese churches are rapidly aging and fragile due to a lack of young people,” said Resonate Global Mission missionary Ken Lee, who serves in Japan with his wife Jeannie.
But God is raising up more young adults to be leaders in Japan’s churches—and he’s doing it through persistent prayer.