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Resonate ministry leaders share a few of their favorite books that will help equip you and your church to spread the gospel right at home.
The Table, a Resonate Global Mission church plant partner that you support in Thorold, Ontario, is celebrating a young man’s new life in Christ—thanks to a discipleship encounter this spring that seemed to echo one six years ago.
What if your church property became the heart of your neighborhood? What if designing a space to be shared by your community was the open door for the Spirit to change hearts?
Young adults are often described as “leaders of the future” or “the future of the church.” But they are not leaders of the future—they are leaders of the church today. KJ Pearson is one of those leaders.
We are responding to allegations of abuse at one of our ministry partners, the Christian Academy of Japan.
Educators that you helped to train provided valuable support in a time of confusion and crisis.
Some people wonder if we should still send missionaries to serve overseas. Here's why missionaries still make a big difference.
What does it look like to walk with Christ? That’s one of the questions five young adults are exploring together through Cohort Middle East, a Resonate Global Mission discipleship opportunity for adults ages 18-30.
Evangelism has a bad reputation ... what should it really look like?
In Matthew 18, Jesus tells a parable about a shepherd who leaves his flock of 99 sheep in search of one sheep that has gone missing. That’s what Pastor Robert Echeru and Job Epiru did when members stopped showing up to worship at Deliverance Church Soroti in Uganda.