- What We Do
Life can be tough in camps for people who are displaced within their country. When Baker Obua participated in Educational Care training facilitated by Resonate Global Mission, he wanted to encourage children in a camp in Uganda. So, he started to train children in praise and worship. Here's a glimpse of how God is at work.
Resonate Global Mission church plant partners are reaching out to—and serving—communities in unique ways. Ethnos Community Church in Bellflower, California, started hosting jewelry classes. That's how Martha found the community she longed for.
She also discovered Christ's unconditional love.
Nick In’t Hout was walking up and down the streets of Redlands, California, and praying about planting a church—but then he heard the Holy Spirit tell him that Redlands didn’t need another church. The city needed churches to work together.
“One of the things God impressed on me on that walk was just the number of churches up and down Church Street,” said Nick. “I felt like the Lord was saying to me he didn’t need another church—but the invitation was to be part of his work connecting churches and bringing them together.”
"Our calling is to serve these children," said Benard, the director of A Little Heaven on Earth School. Benard founded the school after he participated in Educational Care training led by Resonate missionary Diana Boot. A curriculum of Raise Up Global Ministries, Resonate missionaries like Diana use Educational Care to equip teachers to share the gospel in their classrooms.
When Manqoba moved from South Africa to work toward his Ph.D. at Western Michigan University, God started working in his heart. He gave his life to Christ and is now growing in his faith through International Campus Ministry, a Resonate partner at Western Michigan University that ministers with the more than 1,500 international students on campus!