God created us as sexual beings.
This is why we would like to invite you to help create healthy families by empowering women with a biblical understanding of sexuality!
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Your Donations Matter
Have you been blessed by Rachel Miquel Dufour's ministry? It is because many of you have so generously invested into the lives of women and men that she can provide professional and biblical counseling resources to singles and married couples alike. She and her husband, Eric, are the founders of Serving Alongside Ministry (SAM), the umbrella organization over Rachel Miquel Dufour.
Rachel is confident that God wants all of us to be healthy individuals, and have healthy marriages and families. As an author, speaker, pastor and therapist, Rachel passionately believes the time has come to eradicate unhealthy relational and sexual paradigms. Her French background, experience as a mother of five sons, missionary work in Asia, and years spent as a pastor in France, all contribute to her unique perspective.
How Funds Are Used
Through SAM, Rachel and her husband Eric offer a comprehensive range of services in many areas including: prevention, intensive couples therapy, pastoral care, spiritual and emotional healing, restoration, as well as spiritual mentoring and guidance.
They also provide individual, marriage and crisis counseling for ministry leaders such as pastors, missionaries and those in parachurch organizations in the United States and all over the world who are going through a period of burnout, spiritual confusion and/or relational crisis. As they travel the world, they often do week-long intensives with struggling couples and conferences in national and international churches where they talk openly, without taboos, about God, sex and the family.
Womanhood and Sexuality at its Best,
the Way God Intended!
"I finished your book (Hurray for the Va-Jay-Jay) and feel it’s important to thank you personally for the healing I’ve received in my life. The Lord really used your words to minister to me. I’ve been in several relationships which did not help me see myself as beautiful and the last one which ended was with a man who struggled with pornography and told me he didn’t find me beautiful... After the breakup, I carried the sexual wound. My name means "womanly", yet I had a hard time accepting that and didn’t see myself as an attractive, desirable and beautiful woman... As I continued reading your book, the exercises became more challenging because I had to confront irrational ideas I’d been modeled or taught by my spiritual upbringing. Needless to say, I did the exercise and for the first time in my life, I can honestly say I find myself beautiful (all of me), am amazed at how the Lord made me and am proud of the meaning of my name: womanly.
Thank you, Rachel, for your obedience to the Lord in writing this book. May it touch the lives of many women like it has touched mine."