Our missionaries are normal people from all walks of life who have dedicated their lives to serving and following Jesus wherever He calls them. Want to meet them? Check out our Missionary Directory.
We met in Argentina, at the BI, and we got married in 2008, in France. God gave us 3 beautiful children: Kylian (born 2010), Enzo and Olivia (the twins born in 2014)
We were in Argentina serving for about two years, while we were praying for God’s direction regarding Portugal. In 2011, we felt it was God’s time to go to Portugal, and we moved there in June 2011! We are now serving our Lord in Word of Life Portugal, and loving it!
We are serving as multimedia and camp coordinator. We also are very involved in our local church, discipling, training, and serving the church. Pali became one of the deacons in 2017.
My name is Pablo, but everybody calls me Pali. I was born in a Christian home; my parents have been missionaries for over 35 years. Even though I had a great childhood, and a great family, when I was 5, in a WOL Musical program for children, I understood the message of salvation, and accepted Jesus asmy personal savior. When I was 14, I started to get involved in church and got baptized. In my teenage years, I struggled with my faith and started living a double life. Thank God, He got a hold of me on time, and when I was 17, at a WOL camp, I decided to give all my life to Him and study His Word. After 4 years at the Word of Life Bible Institute in Argentina, I became a Missionary.
My name is Annaël, I was born in France; my family is Christian, and I went to church since I was a baby! But realized I was a sinner and accepted Christ as my personal Savior when I was 14 years old. It was difficult to be a witness for Christ in school, and it was when I was 17 at a Word of Life camp in France that I decided to stop struggling and live 100% for God. After that God touch my heart to go to a Bible Institute, to get to know Him better, and a year later, I was in Argentina, studying His Word.
Romans 1:16 - For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ, for it is the power of God to salvation for everyone who believes, for the Jew first and also for the Greek.