Testimony of Paul Horala
“Everything contributes to the good of those who love God. » Romans 8.28
After the archaeologist Françoise Claustre, captured in Chad in April 1974, the missionary Paul Horala was suddenly torn from those he loved on June 10, 1975 and held captive by a group of armed rebels. He will be displaced for months in the arid and inhospitable deserts of Chad, Sudan and Libya. Threatened with the death penalty for several charges, he will always keep hope in God.
After serving as pastor of Methodist Churches for twelve years, Frédéric Travier is now a pastor and itinerant evangelist.
Author: Frédéric Travier