Gospel Ministry in Paris and Danielle’s Legacy of Love

Gospel Ministry in Paris and Danielle’s Legacy of Love

On 21 October, I received the dreaded text from a friend in Paris: “Come now. Danielle is in bad condition.” Danielle, the woman I called “my French mom,” was at the end of her battle with pancreatic cancer; Jesus was calling her home. Due to financial constraints and...
Salamanders in My Chambord

Salamanders in My Chambord

France is deep into its Fifth Republic. So far, it’s lasted fifty-eight years and eight presidents. Not bad for a country with more than 1,600 different cheeses. But what does this have to do with my visit to Château de Chambord?

The way of freedom

The way of freedom

When American soldiers came marching into Chartres on 18 August 1944, five-year-old Jean-Claude stood on the street corner near his home, and cheered. It would be a day he would never forget.