February 23, 2021
Church Planters in the Eastern US Share Their Gratitude and EncouragementCONTINUE READING
Stretching from as far north as Boston to as far south as Miami, God is at work through Resonate church plants in the Eastern USA region. Even the pandemic couldn’t stop the work of the Spirit from sustaining--and even building--his body through these plants. We hope their stories inspire and encourage you, and we ask that you consider how you can support the plants as they share the gospel through word and deed in their neighborhoods.
October 15, 2020
You Provided COVID-19 ReliefCONTINUE READING
Do you remember the first few weeks of the coronavirus pandemic? People were getting sick with a strange virus that doctors didn’t know how to treat. Businesses closed. People lost jobs. Hospitals were short on supplies. Store shelves were empty. There was so much loneliness, stress, frustration, and fear.
During a time when people struggled to find hope, you made it possible for Resonate to continue spreading the good news of Jesus. Here are three ways God was at work through your support.
October 13, 2020
A Church Planting Ripple EffectCONTINUE READING
Thanks to support from mission-minded people like you, a Christian Reformed church planted 15 years ago is having ripple effects in Christian leadership and church planting.
A Call to Ministry
Shortly after graduating from college, Brian Na started attending Grace Community Chapel, a Christian Reformed church that Pastor Jae Park planted in 2005 with support from Resonate Global Mission (Home Missions at the time). Na was moved by how God was working through the church and quickly got involved.
August 18, 2020
Supporting a Church Plant in New York CityCONTINUE READING
New York City was hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic early on, and Manhattan Vertical Church felt the effects. A Resonate Global Mission COVID-19 relief grant helped keep ministry thriving.
Manhattan Vertical Church launched in partnership with Resonate in the spring of 2019. With worship services and discipleship opportunities in Korean, the church plant has become a home for Koreans in the area, especially young families and college students.
July 15, 2020
'Resilience' Is a Beautiful WordCONTINUE READING
I've been fascinated with the word resilience. I even like the way it’s pronounced. While it may sound silly to native English speakers, for an ESL student, it can be exotic. For example, try to say Feliz Navidad. Beautiful and exquisite, right? Resilience may not compete in significance with other famous words in the Bible like love, peace, and grace—but resilience has been, and continues to be, at the heart of ministry today.
- 1 of 4
- next ›