• January 13, 2020

    You Changed David’s Life

    HIV positive from birth, David wasn’t growing like a child should. His small, wiry frame made him look too young for school—but that didn’t stop him from causing trouble at Calvary Chapel in Uganda.

    David’s teachers learned the real reason he was acting out, however, when you sent Resonate Global Mission missionaries to provide gospel-centered training.

  • November 21, 2019

    ‘You Will Be the Ones’

    Resonate Global Mission missionary Josh Shaarda has prayed for years that God would raise up more people to spread the gospel and share the hope of Christ.

    “God is answering that prayer through ministry in prison,” said Shaarda.

    Set Free in Christ

    The Soroti Prison in Uganda is packed with hundreds of men in bright yellow uniforms. They are sent to the prison from cities and villages all over Uganda.

  • September 19, 2019

    Through Their Eyes

    “What does resilience mean?” 

    Resonate Global Mission missionary Megan Ribbens stood among a class of seventh-grade students at Kingsway Christian School in Johannesburg, South Africa. The day before, none of the students knew the meaning of the word “resilience.” But that day, after playing with rubber bands, a girl raised her hand and described resilience as “the ability to bounce back.” 

    And these students need the ability to bounce back, said their teacher Ms. Ntombi.

  • September 18, 2019

    Bringing Peace and Building Unity through the Classroom

    In a remote area of Kenya, children from different tribes and traditions gather at school to learn together—but with conflict among communities, days at one school were often rife with fighting. Then one teacher participated in Educational Care, a learning program of Raise Up Global Ministries facilitated by Resonate Global Mission and resolved to build unity among students.

  • September 3, 2019

    Encouraging Students to Give Their Best to God

    Resonate Global Mission missionary Rebekah Wissink thinks of her classroom at Good Shepherd’s Fold in Uganda as a training ground for students to give their best to God. This past year, her students did just that when they stepped out of their comfort zone and staged a performance of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.