A Christian Pastor Meets a Muslim Imam
When Pastor Akin participated in training you made possible, he felt called to build relationships with his neighbors—including a Muslim prayer leader.
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Abraham wanted to escape his life as a gang member. So, he moved to Querétaro, where he met Resonate missionaries you support.
Your support is making it possible for a church in Estonia to care for refugees fleeing Ukraine.
You helped make it possible for Resonate missionaries to bring Educational Care training to a new location—a refugee camp in Uganda. God worked in surprising ways through your support. Four people decided to follow Christ.
You can make an eternal impact when you send missionaries through Resonate.
Every church seems to focus on the same metrics: budget, building, and butts in seats. But what if there were more encouraging metrics that could help keep your church focused on mission?
What would happen if we applied innovation to mission? Innovation is an important part of Resonate's work as we partner with churches to spread the gospel. So, how do we innovate in mission? Here are ten ways.
A community event from a local city councilor was a huge success. A community event from an outside Christian youth organization was not. What can we learn from this as we seek to join God on mission?
Mina grew up in a Christian family, but she wasn't sure she was "good enough" to follow Christ.
We’ve seen the Church to be a group of people seeking to join in what God is already doing in a specific area through prayer, gathering together, and attentiveness to the Holy Spirit. And that can take so many different forms.
God works in surprising ways. A group of Chinese businessmen and their wives learned about the gospel while on a tour with your Resonate missionary.