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LCC International University in Lithuania provides a Christian education for students from 38 countries around the world, but many of them—if not most of them—aren't Christians. "Because of LCC and because of people in LCC, I met Jesus," said Evelina. "I met God, and now I'm a completely different person."
“It is difficult to plant a church in Maasai land,” said Dr. Mwaya Wa Kitavi, Resonate’s regional leader for Eastern and Southern Africa. He has seen worship attendance at Maasai churches dry up when the water does.
After Stefan and Sousan became Christians in Iran, they fled to Germany and asked for asylum. There, they lived in a refugee facility and met many people who were Christians, too! Stefan and Sousan started a Bible study that quickly grew into a church plant. That's why Resonate missionaries Mary Buteyn and David Kromminga disciple Stefan and Sousan—so they can effectively disciple the members of their growing congregation.
"They are not waiting for the pastor to tell them what they have to do," said Rev. Karlos Palacios, pastor of Iglesia Cristiana Reformada Comunidad de Fe Poinciana, a Resonate church plant in Florida. As a bivocational pastor, he has learned to empower the leaders in his congregation.
When Craig and Jeanine Broek moved to Denver, Colorado, they quickly discovered that even though there were a lot of church buildings in their neighborhood, people were not really "into churches." With help from Resonate Global Mission, they started The Table—a ministry that serves Denver’s Platte Park neighborhood with gardens, dinners, Bible studies, and worship gatherings. The Table quickly became a safe place for people to explore Christianity.