I was born and raised in the French-speaking part of Belgium. My religious background was Roman Catholicism, although my family and I only attended mass on rare occasions. My environment’s humanistic worldview taught me to see the Bible as an outdated book, open to all kinds of interpretations except the literal one.
I soothed my religious conscience by reciting the same prayer every night while living exactly like the world. I had no understanding of my sin and of the only way to get saved.
God drew me to Himself around the age of 20, following a trip to Mississippi for the Hurricane Katrina disaster relief, after encountering people who actually believed the Bible.
I became born-again and discovered the amazing grace of God while attending Calvary Chapel Bible College in Siegen, Germany. I went on to attend the Bible College campus in York, England, where I met and married my wife, Abigail. During my five years of ministry in Belgium, we were blessed with two beautiful children (Elizabeth and Henri).
In September 2018, our family moved to the U.S., where I joined the CC Downey Staff as the Missions Pastor for one year. In January of 2020, I joined the Warehouse Ministeries pastoral staff.
One of my favorite verses remains Romans 5:8
“But God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”