Maura was an isolated teenager who didn’t take faith seriously. But then she joined an IMPACT club facilitated by the Nehemiah Center, a Resonate Global Mission partner in Nicaragua, and her life took a new direction.
An increasing number of diverse leaders equipped to participate in God’s mission of saving the lost and renewing all things.
When the coronavirus pandemic hit, many people in the Dominican Republic worried if they would have enough food for themselves and their families. Young people who are part of Resonate Global Mission partner IMPACT clubs stepped up to help.
Life can be tough in camps for people who are displaced within their country. When Baker Obua participated in Educational Care training facilitated by Resonate Global Mission, he wanted to encourage children in a camp in Uganda. So, he started to train children in praise and worship. Here's a glimpse of how God is at work.
Estefany and Jefferson recently graduated from Tesoros de Dios, a Resonate Global Mission ministry partner in Nicaragua that provides education and therapy for people with disabilities. But today, Tesoros de Dios continues to provide a supportive Christian community for Estefany and Jefferson to grow in their identities as children of God—even as alumni.
“What do you want to be when you grow up?”
It’s a popular question to ask a child or teenager, but if you’re a young person in Haiti, you might not have a lot of hope for your future. But that’s changing through Resonate Global Mission partner IMPACT clubs.
Students at International School Tegucigalpa (IST), a Resonate Global Mission ministry partner in Honduras, have started a recycling campaign that’s reaching their school, community, and beyond.
A Need to Care for God’s Creation
In Honduras, just as in many places throughout the world, not everyone recycles. Many people who do not recycle may have never been taught about the effects on the environment, or they don’t have easy access to disposing of trash or recyclables.
Resonate Global Mission’s Cohort fellows in Central America are kicking off some new initiatives in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Resonate Global Mission missionary Diana Boot should have been wrapping up a whirlwind cycle of Educational Care training with educators in Uganda and Kenya—but in late March, COVID-19 hit: schools closed and teachers weren’t able to meet for training.
After consulting with doctors and Resonate leaders, Diana thought it wise to return to Canada. She took one of the last flights out of the country before borders closed and has been continuing ministry as an encouraging mentor from her home in Ontario.
"Our calling is to serve these children," said Benard, the director of A Little Heaven on Earth School. Benard founded the school after he participated in Educational Care training led by Resonate missionary Diana Boot. A curriculum of Raise Up Global Ministries, Resonate missionaries like Diana use Educational Care to equip teachers to share the gospel in their classrooms.
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.