Here are some of our friends that are doing a great work in spreading the Gospel in Europe!

Les Trombinoz'notes

This artistic group was created over time thanks to different creations by Chyc Polhit, professional story-teller for over 10 years. Today the group has 6 musicians, one painter, and of course, a story-teller!

Each of the members is a Christian who wants to put their talents to use to move the hearts of the audience: a splash of art in order to speak of the supernatural Artist. They have shows in both secular and Christian venues, from large concert halls to small churches.

They have 3 shows available at present: the Musical fable of Lapin Zinzin (also available in book form), Bella la Belle (a musical story about death), and the Fables of Fontaine (accompanied by a miniature expo).

Myung Soo Merchie

Myung Soo is the founder of YFC Romania. He moved there in 1992 to start a missionary work. Communism in Romania was just ending and the needs in the country were huge.

Since then the country has gone through enormous changes. Whereas many young Romanians left to live a better life somewhere else, Myung Soo chose to remain there faithfully organizing one evangelistic event after the other in order to reach the Romanian youth.

Today he is the Chairman of the Board of YFC Romania and it is a delight to work with him!

Sans Filtre

Olivier Pfingstag and Nicolas Mierzwiak are 2 friends with whom I really enjoy collaborating for different France YFC projects.

They developed their own youtube channel to reach young people “Without Filters”

The idea is to reach teens in their way of communicating, through testimony from other youth who share their faith in God in a pertinent and modern way.

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Rémy & Elodie Pilloud

Rémy is one of the young leaders that I have the privilege to personally mentor. He was 16 when I first met him at a French outreach. Today he is married to Élodie and they are serving God in many different ways.

Their leitmotiv is to live a life of adventures lead by God.

Fascinated by art and expression in all it’s forms, they wish to keep living the Gospel, wherever they may be.

Florence Ta

Florence loves people in general.And she really enjoy encouraging young people to have a closer relationship with God, working in a team setting, and street evangelization :)

She is the French national coordinator for Bouge Ta Ville (Move Your City), and she even has the occasion to work in other countries, as well. The Bouge Ta Ville ministry allows local churches to work together to service and share the Gospel in their town.

Recently she's also been imagining the possibility of putting into place creative prayer rooms.

David & Valérie Charrier

David and Valérie are two of my friends that I had the opportunity to work with at several occasions.

Both of them being evangelists they have impacted many lives in France.

Valérie is specially anointed to teach the Gospel to non-believer kids and teens. Many have heard the Gospel in it’s simplicity and ‘in their language’ through her ministry.

David’s life has been changed by the Gospel in such a unique way that he testifies to anyone about Christ in a very tangible and authentic style. His testimony has touched many lives already. David is also a great artist, playing a particular instrument: the hang.

Luc et Carolina Massou

Luc and Carolina, a Franco-Argentinian missionary couple franco-argentin working with SIM and MOVIDA Argentine.

For the past 5 years, they have been serving in the mobilisation of latin youth for local and transcultural missions. They have a heart to see more young people take part in God’s mission through their gifts, their talents and their stories/testimonies.

They believe that there is a strong potential in latin youth and believe that they can collaborate with European youth. That is why they would like to favorize short-term projects which would bring together the 2 continents, in order to accomplish the Lord’s work.

On the side, Luc plays accordion and Carolina is a professional flutist and teaches music.

Paul & Sophie M.

Paul and Sophie have a common passion: encouraging the Christians to understand the Gospel better together with living in mission and glorifying God in their everyday life.

Paul is an evangelist-teacher at France Evangelisation. He travels all over France and abroad spreading the Gospel, teaching and preaching.

Married to Sophie they are developing a ministry to encourage young leaders in their spiritual walk and to help them in discerning God's calling on their life.

Polhit et Marie Mamfoumbi

Marie and Polhit Mamfoumbi have been long time friends of mine with whom we have experienced many different adventures and ministry projects.

Marie is a missionary with France YFC and coordinates Internship, a project which I was happy to construct and develop with her for over 5 years.

Polhit is an artist, story-teller and philosopher… very socially and politically engaged.

He shines for Christ wherever he goes and spreads joy around!

Tim & Tam Pomier

Tim and Tam got married in 2010 and they are happy parents of three children: Alicia, Elias and Mathis. They moved to Lyon in 2015 with the mission to plant a church.

They both have impacted many young Christians helping them to go deeper in their relationship with God. It is always a pleasure when we are able to collaborate together.

Samuel & Fanny Mandras

I have coached Sam few years ago and I am happy to see him prepare for full-time ministry. This is how he describes their motivations.

“We want to see others discover the Gospel, follow the Lord and grow in maturity in Christ. Would that each person marvel, more and more, at how God has revealed himself in his word and then live with a fitting attitude in return. Would that each person dig deeply into His word and put it into practice in his or her personal walk.”

Foundation for the nations

Here is a great initiative from our friend John Duncan:

Foundation for the Nations seeks to find finances for YFC projects around the world. It was established out of a concern that good projects have not been able to be realised due to a simple lack of funds.

Thank you John. Your work is precious to us!