A Nation is Moving

What we do

We are called to serve French ministries through building a network of friends who pray for and financially support them.

Through PrayforFrance.org, anyone can support these ministries in prayer.

Through GivetoFrance.org, anyone can  give to French ministries and receive a tax deduction (for U.S. tax residents).

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All projects at Impact France encourage understanding of and support for French ministries that are spreading the Gospel in France.

This includes financially supporting French ministry partners and other initiatives below… 

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Three simple reasons…

Despite its Christian roots, today, France is 28% atheist.

Yet, the number of Evangelical believers has doubled in the last 10 years and churches are being planted at a faster rate than ever before.

God is moving throughout France and we know that this season is critical as:

  • France has a divine calling.
  • France has great influence in the EU and around the world.
  • France has a deep reach into French-speaking countries that need the Gospel.

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Although its population is over 66 million (2013), as of 2015, there were only 2,440 Evangelical churches in the entire country. (Source: http://www.lecnef.org/cartes-et-chiffres).

However, for the first time since the 1950s, French Protestants make up close to 3% of the population (2.70%-3.00%, depending on statistical methodology) and churches are being planted at an increasing rate (a 15.5% increase in the number of churches from 2012-2015)!

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How can you impact France?

We believe that the best way to impact France with the Gospel is to pray for and support French nationals who are working on the ground to share Christ.*

We suggest the following practical ways to do this:

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Blogs from France!

At Impact France, we offer a platform for active bloggers to submit their informative and helpful posts about what’s happening on the ground in France.

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