The Only Minister on Campus
As the only spiritual leader on campus, your Resonate campus minister is making a big difference in the lives of students from all faith backgrounds.
If Jesus moved into your neighborhood today, what would he do there? The way we answer this question should shape our own living for the coming year.
Did you know that many people with disabilities aren't part of a church? You're helping to change that.
During the Christmas season our schedules fill up with celebrations—gatherings with family and friends, Advent and Christmas worship services, gift exchanges, and more.
But for Christians like Demir, Christmas can be a lonely time.
When Mickeelie connected with one of your campus ministries, she not only found friends she could grow in faith with—she found a calling toward a future career and mentors who helped to equip her for it.
God used Jinnett and Nereyda to bring 11 families closer to himself and to the church. You helped make it possible.
Paul once wrote "serve one another in love." As we celebrate Christmas this year, here are a few ideas beyond exchanging gifts to share Christ's love with your neighbors.
If we remain merely impressed and astonished at God among us, then we are mere observers of the good news. How do we respond to the good news of Jesus?
God worked in a surprising way when Jorge attended a retreat that you helped make possible. But he almost didn’t make it there.
Aisha knew a few stories from the Quran and would pray sometimes, but she never really thought that she could have a personal relationship with God. But then she connected with one of your campus ministries and heard the gospel.
Advent candles represent the gifts that Jesus brings. For every candle we light this year, let's add a missional practice to share that gift with our neighbors.