About

We are Chris and Joanna Frizelle. We moved to France from Bromley, South-East London, in the United Kingdom, in late December 2015 to spend a year living in Massy, on the South-West outskirts of Paris, where we studied French at a Christian language school called Les Cèdres.

We now live in Clermont, in the Oise départment of northern France. We work with our local church in Clermont, Église la Source. We also work with pastors and evangelists in and around the Plateau Picard, the area between Clermont and Amiens, which is the place God has especially laid on our hearts.

We also enjoy teaching English in Clermont, through the library. We never realised English was so complicated until we began teaching it…

God has called us to France to get involved in Church planting. The title of this blog expresses the desire of our hearts: to see a spiritual breakthrough in France.

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The aim of this blog is to share news about our journey to France and about our work here. As well as this, we want to share with you stuff that God talks to us about and things that we learn from Him along the way.

Usually it’s Chris who updates this blog, so when you see “I” in a post, it’ll be Chris Frizelle writing unless otherwise noted.


GETTING IN TOUCH

If you’d like to contact us, just put your name and email address into a comment on one of the posts. I won’t publish your comment (so spammers won’t get hold of your email address!), but I will email you so we can start talking!

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