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We aspire to go to France, to reach the unbelievers by any means we can, to preach the gospel and see souls won over to Christ. We believe France is a modern day Nineveh, God is judging a nation that has openly rejected Him, yet just like in Nineveh repentance is possible and more and more unbelievers are opening to the gospel because of these times of distress. But our vision is not only for souls to be reached, we also want to train and equip believers through discipleship. We aspire to see reduplication in our ministry, disciple making disciples and church planting churches are our goals. Even if this means our ministry is limited to one solid church that has that disciple making, church planting spirit.



I grew up in a sound Missionary home, I was born in 1994 in Caen, France, my parents were then missionaries to Tchad Africa where I spent the first 6 years of my life. I was saved at the age of 6 during one of our furlough periods in the US. Then at the age of 6 my parents left Chad because of health issues and came to France my mother’s country. I was raised there for the next 14 years of my life. I was baptized at the age of 10 by my father in France and served in my church through the weekly cleaning with my family, the evangelistic outreach events, later in my late teens early twenties I began leading the music at church on a monthly basis. In 2016 I graduated with a Bachelors in Law from a French university and moved to the US that same year to graduate from Maranatha Baptist Seminary (Watertown, Wisconsin) with 2 Masters in 2018 and 2019, the first one being in Biblical studies and the second in Bible. During the summers I have had the privilege of working one summer at a Christian camp as a counselor (camp CHOF) and I have done a three month internship during the summer of 2018 with Canton Baptist Temple to which I have added another 7 months of internship during the summer and fall of 2019. During these 10 months I have had the privilege to teach and serve in many various settings. During my seminary years I taught Sunday school for the teens and preached frequently for my Pastor in West Bend Bible Baptist. In parallel to my education God brought Priscilla into my life during these years and on June 29 of 2019 we got married.


I grew up in a pastor’s home so I grew up going to church. Even at the age of four, I understand that something was wrong. I knew that I was not right with God. I was afraid that God was very angry with me, but I did not know why. One Sunday after the service, I went to my mom and asked her if I was saved, after explaining to me that I wasn’t saved, but that I could be, I prayed and accepted Christ as my personal Savior and asked Him to be Lord of my life. As I grew, I felt the desire to be a missionary. When I was thirteen years old, I went to camp and was challenged about how much I loved my Savior. The last message of the week asked the campers who we loved most. Ourselves, our family, our dreams, or Christ. Christ said in Matthew 10:37-38, “He that loveth father or mother more than me is not worthy of me; and he that loveth son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me. And he that taketh not his cross, and followeth after me, is not worthy of me.” That day I fully committed my life to Christ and gave up any plans that I had for myself. I graduated from Maranatha Baptist University in may of 2019 with a Bachelors of Arts in Music, during my undergrad studies, I got involved in Bible Baptist church in West Bend, where I helped teach children’s church, helped in the nursery, helped in the teen group and occasionally subbed for the pianist, and it was there that I meet my husband Jonathan.

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