Stories

  • November 11, 2021

    You’re Shining a Light for Christ

    Spain has a rich history of Catholicism—but the country’s stunning cathedrals see more use today as tourist attractions than places where Christians gather to worship the Lord. A lot of people in Spain identify as Catholic, but very few actually live out their faith.

    “Being a Christian here means being one of a very, very small minority,” said your Resonate missionaries Tony and Stacey Meyer. “Many [Christians] have very few Christian friends or family members, making their church family so vital.”

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  • October 10, 2021

    Finding Healing and Reconciliation in Christ

    Everyone has wounds from past experiences—on an individual level, but also from how we relate to people who are different from us ethnically, racially, politically, and more.

    But God is working powerfully through the Healing Hearts, Transforming Nations ministry that Resonate Global Mission missionary George de Vuyst leads in Ukraine. One person at a time, the Holy Spirit is reconciling communities.

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  • December 21, 2020

    Taking Steps Toward Faith

    Born into a family that considered themselves Catholic, Morgan* was baptized as an infant—but she was raised without faith in God. Morgan’s grandparents regularly attended church, but her parents did not. As a family, they never prayed together, never read the Bible, and never talked about their Christian roots. 

    “Morgan never practiced religion or explored for herself,” said Resonate Global Mission missionary Naregh Agelaga.

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  • December 3, 2020

    Amazed by the Hope of Christ

    Sasha* did not believe in God. But while studying at LCC International University, your Resonate Global Mission ministry partner in Lithuania, she’s becoming amazed by the hope of Christ.

    Seeking Answers

    While LCC is a Christian university, not all students are Christians. “The vast majority of our students have just not had the opportunity to be exposed to the Bible, the gospel, or church life that includes a strong concept of Christian community,” said your Resonate missionary Steve Van Zanen.

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  • October 13, 2020

    A Brightness

    Vladimir and Valentina were atheists—and they raised their four children without faith too. But your Resonate Global Mission missionary is witnessing the Holy Spirit stir hearts within this family in Eastern Europe.

    Belief in a Country

    Living in a communist country, Vladimir and Valentina put their faith in their nation. Vladimir was dedicated to his job working for the state and was eventually promoted to village administrator.

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