HOW CAN YOU BE A FRIEND TO SOMEONE OF A DIFFERENT RELIGION OR CULTURE?

 

WE LIVE IN A WORLD ON THE MOVE

244 MILLION people living outside of their country of origin

65 MILLION people are refugees or internally displaced

TODAY, one can often go across the street to meet the very same kind of people and challenges that missionaries used to cross oceans to find.

For many of us, this journey is new, even frightening. This is why we need each other!

 

  • March 24, 2021

    Sharing the Gospel through Friendships

    Barb and Norm Fichtenberg once considered serving as missionaries overseas. Instead, they found a calling to share the gospel cross-culturally within their community in Michigan.

    The Fichtenbergs are part of Resonate Global Mission’s Journeys into Friendship network, which provides a community of practice for anyone who is interested in bridging divides between cultures and building relationships with people from a variety of cultures, languages, and faith backgrounds.

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  • March 17, 2021

    7 Reasons Why Diaspora Ministry Is So Important for the Church

    Diaspora communities, or “scattered people,” are all around us. They may have moved to our communities as immigrants, sought safety as refugees, come to study as students, or traveled to work in seasonal jobs.

    As people move throughout the world, we constantly come in contact with people who may dress differently than us, speak a different language, and eat different food. People from a variety of cultures and faith backgrounds are no longer living across the ocean—they are living across town, across the street, or right next door.

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Resonate is facilitating the
Journeys into Friendship
Network because we
believe that we are better
together on this journey.

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