Stories

  • 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.

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  • July 3, 2019

    Seeking Jesus in the Dorm

    Students at LCC International University, a Resonate Global Mission partner in Lithuania, are learning the importance and power of sharing their faith with their peers—starting in their dorms.

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  • June 7, 2019

    How Important Is a Church?

    “There are three main reasons families leave LCC International University,” said the guy interviewing us.

    “One: They get tired of fundraising. If they don’t maintain a clear vision of the value of LCC’s mission and the importance of a support network to their ministry in this spiritually difficult place, they lose the motivation to play the double role of full-time professor and full-time fundraiser.

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  • May 22, 2019

    Students Launch a Campus Movement to Care for Creation

    Students at LCC International University, a Resonate Global Mission partner in Lithuania, are launching a movement on campus to care for creation.

    The Importance of Caring for Creation

    When Nastia Synhaivska, a recent graduate of LCC, spent a summer in the United States working in a hotel, she was overwhelmed by the amount of wasted resources. Hallway and lobby lights never switched off; loads of towels and sheets were sent off for wash every day; and dumpsters were filled with plastic wrapping.

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  • April 18, 2019

    This Is the Start

    LCC International University in Lithuania provides a Christian education for students from 38 countries around the world, but many of them—if not most of them—aren't Christians. "Because of LCC and because of people in LCC, I met Jesus," said Evelina. "I met God, and now I'm a completely different person."

     

     

     

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