• July 9, 2020

    Recovery, Housing, and the Power of Networking in Romania

    Géza needed a place to stay after completing a recovery program. You helped provide a house through a network organized by Resonate Global Mission missionary Steve Michmerhuizen.

    A Need in the Kingdom

    Géza recently completed the recovery program from his alcohol addiction through Bonus Pastor, a Christian ministry in Romania.

  • May 1, 2020

    COVID-19 in Berlin: ‘For What We Have Given Up, We Have Also Gained’

    Resonate Global Mission missionaries David Kromminga and Mary Buteyn partner with the Berlin City Mission to lead a church plant in Berlin, Germany—a city where thousands of newcomers seek refuge each year. 

    On Sunday mornings before the coronavirus pandemic, newcomers from throughout the city gathered for breakfast, prayer, and worship. Some of them traveled for up to an hour to get there. Some are new Christians from a Muslim background. Some have been raised in Muslim homes but are asking questions about Jesus.

  • February 20, 2020

    You’re Helping to Heal the Nations One Workshop at a Time

    God calls believers to live together in unity, but sometimes conflict causes pain and drives communities apart. Healing and reconciliation will take decades of hard work—but for some believers, the path to healing starts with just a few days at a Healing Hearts, Transforming Nations workshop facilitated by Resonate Global Mission missionary George de Vuyst.

  • February 20, 2020

    Loved by a Heavenly Father

    From an early age, Alyona was sexually assaulted by her father. Her life became defined by those experiences, leading her down unhealthy paths and into broken relationships with other men. Eventually, Alyona found Christ—but her belief didn’t erase the painful memories from the past. 

    “Unhealed wounds become a barrier for us,” said Resonate Global Mission missionary George de Vuyst, who serves in Ukraine.

  • December 19, 2019

    ‘I Want to Make This Christian Walk My Own Walk’

    Albina accepted Christ when she was eight years old, but when she enrolled at Resonate Global Mission partner LCC International University in Lithuania ten years later, she discovered that she could have a deep relationship with Jesus. She committed to following him wholeheartedly.

    Practicing Religion

    Albina grew up in a Christian Orthodox home. Two or three times a year, she and her family would go to church in their small Ukrainian town.