- What We Do
Resonate Global Mission volunteers had been planning to serve throughout the world for months when the coronavirus pandemic hit and halted travel.
“The biggest disappointments have been in canceling trips that have been planned and anticipated for months, and sometimes years. It’s been difficult to see the disappointments and realize that we have no control,” said Lisa Lankheet, who leads Resonate’s volunteer ministries.
The Nehemiah Center in Nicaragua is a group of ministry leaders with a dream to see spiritual, social, and economic transformation throughout the country. Watch this video for a glimpse of this Resonate ministry partner in action.
“In the Bible, the Israelites stayed for 40 years in the desert. This year is my 40th birthday. I think: ‘God, in the past, I lived in the desert for 40 years,” said Fabiola.
But this year, Fabiola has new hope for her future—hope that can only come from Christ.
Six years ago, Fabiola, her husband, and their daughter made the difficult decision to move a six-hour drive away from family and friends in Mexico City to live in Guadalajara, where Resonate Global Mission missionaries Ben and Amy Meyer serve.
The coronavirus pandemic restrictions have prohibited Resonate Global Mission missionaries Josh and Mandy Shaarda from visiting prisons in East Africa—but inmates that the missionaries and their team have discipled are sharing their faith. And people are giving their lives to Christ.
Resonate missionaries Josh and Mandy Shaarda serve with Freedom in Christ Ministries in East Africa. A major aspect of the Shaarda’s ministry is to share the gospel with and disciple inmates in local prisons.
Finding a home church to plug into as a university student can be challenging. That’s why mosaicHouse East, a Resonate Global Mission church plant partner, is investing in students and equipping them to be leaders.