Stories

  • June 25, 2021

    Equipped for a Crisis

    Many teachers, students, and families have grown weary of remote learning throughout the coronavirus pandemic—but when schools in Nigeria were told by the government that they could re-open for in-person learning, educators were left with a daunting task. How would they welcome back students, faculty, and staff in a way that would prevent the spread of Covid-19 and keep everyone safe and healthy?

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  • June 17, 2021

    'Being the Only Bible Some Will Ever Read'

    Evangelism has a bad reputation. Many people think of colonialism, televangelists shouting about burning in hell on cable, and Christians standing on street corners with signs that say, “PREPARE TO MEET THY GOD!”

    But every day, Resonate Global Mission missionaries and other ministry leaders are working toward painting a different portrait of evangelism as they share the gospel in loving ways.

    When it comes to evangelism, motive and method make a big difference, said Resonate missionary Linda.

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  • April 15, 2021

    A Step into Solidarity

    Many individuals and churches have felt disconnected because of the coronavirus pandemic—but Loop Church in Chicago has been using online worship as an opportunity to make new connections and worship with people throughout the world.

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  • February 18, 2021

    3 Christian Educators You Equipped

    There are many teachers and schools throughout the world that work with limited resources.

    That’s where you come in. 

    When you give to Resonate Global Mission, you help spread the gospel through Educational Care, a curriculum of Raise Up Global Ministries.

    Resonate missionaries use Educational Care to give educators an opportunity to develop teaching skills and strategies that honor God. Here are three inspiring leaders that you’re coming alongside to share the love of Christ in schools.
     

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  • February 18, 2021

    Witnessing Change in Classrooms

    A teacher stands before a blackboard scribbled with chalk sentences while a chorus of diligent voices recites the words. But most of the students aren’t really reading—not all of them have actually learned how to work out the sounds of letters and words.

    They’re just memorizing and repeating the words back to the teacher.

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