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Bosco was a witch doctor.
He also worked as a farmer and fisherman, but he made part of his living in Apac, Uganda, by healing people from bewitchments and curses. People often found their way to his house, and for the cost of a goat, he would help with counseling, curing sickness, or casting out spirits that they believed were hindering them.
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.
Phyllis lost her sight to measles when she was just two years old—but that hasn’t stopped her from making a big difference in Machakos, Kenya.
“Despite her visual impairment, [Phyllis] has beaten the odds,” said Rev. Jared Kaka Rioba Bosire, who coordinates Timothy Leadership Training for Resonate Global Mission in Eastern and Southern Africa.
Phyllis is a mother, leader of the women’s ministry at her church, and tutor at a teacher’s college. She also works closely with the Christian Union to share Christ and disciple believers on the campus where she works.
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.