Stories

  • June 16, 2020

    Filled with the Holy Spirit

    In Cambodia, many people believe in spirits that can inhabit lands, buildings, or even people. Such was the case of Pok.

    Pok and his wife, Oeun, live with their two children in Toul Sala, a village where you send Resonate missionaries Navy Chann-Chhay and Ly Chhay to train Christian leaders. Just an hour’s drive from the hustle and bustle of Phnom Penh, the land is greener and the pace of life is a little slower.

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  • March 17, 2020

    When God Abundantly Answers Your Prayers

    This year, Resonate Global Mission missionary Stan Kruis’ church-planting class spent three days with the Badjao people along the coast of the Philippines.

    Also known as “Sea Gypsies,” the Badjao are people who live along the coast in boats or small bamboo houses built on stilts. Many of them earn their livelihoods from the ocean by working as fishermen and pearl divers, and many are from a Muslim background.

    Anytime someone steps out in mission, only God knows the results. That’s why Stan and his wife, Bessie, asked you to pray.

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  • January 2, 2020

    Iowa Church Follows God to Laos

    Faith CRC in Sioux Center, Iowa, has been partnering with the persecuted church in mission for nearly 12 years. When the opportunity first arose, they were nervous and unsure how to engage in international mission, but they stepped out in hope and trust.

    They were never alone in this mission. Resonate Global Mission missionaries and ministry leaders have been there for Faith CRC every step of the way. 

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  • December 12, 2019

    ‘God Put It on My Heart’

    One man’s heart to help young students find safe and affordable housing in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, has turned into a budding ministry. Resonate Global Mission missionaries Gil and Joyce Suh are helping this grassroots ministry grow and thrive.

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  • November 18, 2019

    A Ministry to "Taco ‘Bout"

    Resonate Global Mission missionaries Charles and Hensel Oh in the Philippines have started a taco shop ministry.

    “Almost everyone can get a job here in this country … but the jobs they can easily get pay no more than 60 cents per hour after taxes and Social Security,” said Charles. After rent, food bills, and transportation costs, the meager salaries aren’t enough for people to live on.

    “Just barely enough to survive,” said Charles.

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