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Last Saturday, we've had the joy to see Samuel (my second nephew) get married to the beautiful Elise of Belgium.

The whole family went out in the morning to the Town Hall of Mouscron in Belgium to witness the young couple get married before the law then over to France in the afternoon at the Wattrelos Evangelical Church for the religious ceremony......

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It happened on January 3rd this year at 12.00 noon.

Back then I was staying at my mission base in France.

As in every first week of the year, no meals are served in the large canteen.

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Timothée Paton was born in the volcano region of Central France toScottish and English missionary parents.
At the age of 4, he gave his life to Jesus.
He was 12 when he preached his first sermon.
In 1999, after serving as a pastor, Timothée was stirred by the needs of the children living on the streets and in the slums of Cambodia. He gave away everything and flew out to Phnom Penh.
Over the years Timothée launched 4 different ministries: ‘The Bridge of Hope’, ‘The Bong Paoun Project’, ‘You’ve Got Talent!’ and more recently ‘GospelTALK’ which seeks to equip public speakers to share the Gospel story in creative ways. Timothée travels on every continent, speaking in universities, youth rallies, Bible schools, churches and in the media, challenging young and old to take the Gospel to the least, the lost and the last. He has witnessed many of God’s people leave the shore. He is inviting everyone to get into the boat.
His book ‘It’s Time You Left the Shore’, translated in several languages, takes less than one hour to read. Each chapter will stir anyone to move out with their gifts and talents into the deep end of world mission.