- What We Do
In Cambodia, many people believe in spirits that can inhabit lands, buildings, or even people. Such was the case of Pok.
Pok and his wife, Oeun, live with their two children in Toul Sala, a village where you send Resonate missionaries Navy Chann-Chhay and Ly Chhay to train Christian leaders. Just an hour’s drive from the hustle and bustle of Phnom Penh, the land is greener and the pace of life is a little slower.
Marlette and Veronica are sisters-in-law. They live right down the road from one another, but they did not get along—not until you helped to give them the push they needed to reconcile.
From the moment Veronica and Marlette met one another, they didn’t get along. Naturally outgoing and talkative, Veronica would try to say “Hi” to Marlette whenever they saw each other, but Marlette felt uncomfortable around Veronica. She didn’t want to talk to her.
Lazarus and his wife, Robina, live in a small, one-room home in Uganda. Their house always had sturdy walls, a roof, and a door—but no windows to let in natural light. It was difficult to see while inside, even when the sun was shining bright.
In their seventies, Lazarus and his wife didn’t have as much energy and strength as they once did. They weren’t able to work a full day, and even if they could, no one would hire them because of their age.
Resonate volunteer John Wind had just begun reading about the coronavirus in the news—in March, before the response to the pandemic became widespread in North America—when he became ill with it himself.
John and Shirley Wind served for 33 years as missionaries with Resonate Global Mission. Now, serving as Family Ministry Volunteers, the Winds continue to develop family ministry in Mexico and Latin America.
After growing up on a family farm in a rural town, Resonate Global Mission missionary Sheryl Canché never imagined she would live and serve in Mexico City—but God has shown her how to be a light in both places.
Life on the farm in New Era, Michigan was special for Sheryl. She and her three sisters became farm hands at a young age, working alongside their parents and taking on various tasks.