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Nothing can separate us from the love of God. Resonate ministry leaders from throughout the world share what's bringing them comfort and encouragement during the coronavirus pandemic.
Marlette and Veronica are sisters-in-law. They live right down the road from each other, but they never got along—not until Resonate missionary Elaine Lee invited them to a Coffee Break Bible study. Digging deeper into God's Word changed their lives!
Resonate ministry leaders throughout the world wanted to share some encouragement from Scripture with you as we navigate the coronovairus pandemic.
When one of Allie's friends died by suicide, she spiraled into depression.
"When she died, I didn't know what to do with myself anymore," said Allie.
"I didn't know why I was still living. that made me really sad and really hopeless. Trying to reckon with that brought me to the point of suicide."
In the hospital, Allie found comfort reading the Psalms. She thought maybe she could find a way through it with God—and then a friend invited her to Guelph Campus Ministry, a Resonate partner in Ontario. It changed her life.
"Working with pain on our heart is really difficult," said Daniel, a pastor who works with the Nehemiah Center, a Resonate Global Mission partner in Nicaragua. "Sometimes pastors ... they are afraid to show that they are weak because they are the pastor."
But pastors working with the Nehemiah Center are witnessing God use painful memories and experiences to help heal their hearts.