Sounds like heaven

Our mission team moved to a town where a Brazilian church offers three church services—in Spanish, English and Portuguese.

At the feet of Jesus in the Colorado Rockies

Time flew by during my first week in Fort Collins, Colo., and I feel like we have had a month of activity going on.

Claiming the authority of Christ

I was talking to some of the people from another mission team working with us about how I was struggling with being here in Philadelphia.

Close calls and God's provision

God is all around, even in the hustle and bustle of the Shibuya area of Tokyo, Japan.

Set apart for service in Philadelphia

Living in Texas all my life, I never really realized how thick my accent is. But after being in Philadelphia just a few days, I have quickly realized how strong my southern drawl is, and believe me when I say that I’m not the only one who has noticed.

Ministry begins before the flight lands

I haven’t even been here a week, and already God has done some amazing things. From the beginning, God has used our mission team in awesome ways.

Using English lessons to share the gospel

My team and I arrived in Senegal, met our host and began teaching him English. He knew some English from previous years but still needed some additional instruction.

Watching a new believer fall in love with Jesus

Last September, I became acquainted with an international student from Taiwan, and we became friends. She was raised Buddhist and did not know the Lord, but she was open to learning about Christianity.

College students fill Buckets of Hope for Haiti

Buckets for HaitiFifteen college students in the Northwest gathered in a friend’s apartment to pray for the 10 families in Haiti who would receive the buckets of food they put together. Each five-gallon bucket filled with various food staples has the makings of 100 meals and is meant to feed a Haitian family for a week.

Sorority girls hear they are valued and loved

Student prizesGod opened doors for Resonate Church to partner with Redeemed Girl Ministries to host a “Girls Night Out” event for sorority women from the University of Idaho and Washington State University.

Lack of proper parking a part of God’s plan

Students ResonateTo meet students’ needs on the cold, windy Washington State University campus, ministry teams from Resonate Church offer hot coffee, a warm cup of noodles and quick-energy granola bars.
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