Stories

  • April 3, 2020

    New Believers

    Daniel, Joy, and Lydia* didn’t know Jesus before moving to the United States. All three of them lived in a country where the government keeps a close eye on religious activities. As a result, many Christians have renounced their faith or keep it underground. Daniel, Joy, and Lydia didn’t have many opportunities to hear the gospel.

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  • February 24, 2020

    From Hindu to Christian

    You helped make it possible for Yogesh to place his trust in Jesus.

    Growing up in India, Yogesh was raised in a family that practiced Hinduism. Many of his neighbors were also Hindu, but he had friends who lived a short walk away, and they were Christians. Yogesh spent a lot of time with them and went to church with them sometimes. He started to wonder if Jesus was real, but then he moved to the United States.

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  • December 19, 2019

    Restored

    Francisco and Karen had a rocky life—Francisco was caught in a drug addiction, and Karen was never sure if he was coming home at night.

    Desperate for change, Karen brought her family to El Sembrador, a Resonate church plant partner you support in California. Through that ministry, God provided healing and restored their family.

     

     

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  • November 27, 2019

    Rockwood Churches Unite for Gospel Transformation

    Churches in the Rockwood neighborhood of Portland, Oregon, are coming together with a vision to see their community transformed by the gospel.

    “We want to show that as churches, we’re united and we serve the community,” said Pete Armstrong, a local mission leader with Resonate Global Mission and pastor of Parklane CRC in Rockwood.

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  • August 22, 2019

    'Maybe You Are the Answer'

    “The Indo-Pak community is scattered in Southern California,” said Eric Sarwar, pastor of Artesia City Church, a church plant supported in part by Resonate Global Mission.

    That makes it difficult for believers to gather in one space to worship together. As a result, many believers don’t have the opportunity to worship God in ways that express their heart—and those seeking faith don’t have the opportunity to hear the Word of God in a language that speaks to their heart.

    With Sarwar’s leadership, Artesia City Church is changing that.

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