My name is Yomsi Maurice. My father was Ngeti Jean, a Baptist Pastor. Born in a family of five in which I am the last, I came to accept Christ only when I was 22 years old. Before that day of February 2001, I lived a life of a good religious man, but a liar, a fornicator, a drunker… until 2001 when I went to a youth camp in which I was told that it was possible for me to live a righteous life, if I accept Christ to transform my life.
When I invited Christ in my life, He really changed me in such a way that any sinful life in which I was involved before disappeared. New value like prayer and meditation of the Living Word of God took over women and alcohol. As I was the only young man in my youth group who gave his life to Christ and who at that time understood that other were going to hell, I began to shear what happened in my life. Many of my friends quickly saw a radical change in my life. I was obliged to separate myself with many of them. However, many other of the youth group came to the saving knowledge of Christ. At the end of 2002, I was convinced the Lord was calling me into the ministry.
As I was praying for a job, the Lord gave me the opportunity to begin a devotion program in Radio Vie Nouvelle in Douala. Many people were blessed, and some who taught I was a pastor in a given church were coming to me in order to fellowship in my church. I began to organize them according to their quarters in small groups. Three groups were formed with a membership of about 30 people.
I believe that the student in the university today, is the administrator, the minister, or the President of tomorrow. I also believe that it is easier for someone between 16 to 28 years to believe. So, by focusing on students, I think I am with people who are like searching to make a choice in their lives; people who are looking for models. So it is at this stage of age that they need to know Christ.
My desire is to win them for Christ, to establish them in the way of the Lord, to equip them and train them on how they can become effective disciples of Christ in their various domains and professions. I dream to see every student who is an engineer, becoming a disciple maker among the engineers, a medical doctor becoming a disciple maker among those of his profession and so ford.
I am married with a boy