At BRIDE Ministries, we have a heart for survivors. Dan Duval considers it a mandate to help survivors. It’s one of our focus points even though our overarching vision is to promote unity in the body of Christ worldwide and assist in the creation and development of sheep nations. We believe it is our God-given responsibility to educate people on the truth of the kingdom of darkness, and to create tools for those seeking to escape the grips of the enemy. We are in the business of setting captives free! It is in this space that we find ourselves working with survivors of Satanic Ritual Abuse (SRA) and government-sponsored mind control agendas, including those dealing with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID).
Dan Duval believes that to engage the kingdom of darkness with God’s Kingdom agenda, believers need to be equipped with effective paradigms that will allow them to move strategically. It is our belief at BRIDE Ministries that we can help equip you to advance the Kingdom of God. Attempting to engage in coaching, healing, or deliverance without proper wisdom can lead to tragic results. Every day, people attempt to do this type of work without true Kingdom strategy, and they often end up doing more harm than good.
While Dan Duval has a heart big enough to work one-on-one with every survivor who reaches out, there aren’t enough hours in the day to accommodate that desire. However, he has organized several coping strategy keys that will empower any survivor. To effectively cope with SRA and DID, you’ll first need a foundational understanding of their innerworkings and impact.
In this program, you’ll come to understand that dissociation naturally occurs when a person goes through trauma. Instead of looking at it as a sickness or disease – which it is not – you’ll begin to see it as a universal part of the human condition. This is simply our God-given ability to cope. However, it exists along a spectrum. On the lower end of this spectrum, daydreaming could be characterized as dissociation, as it is essentially an interfacing with the subconscious. As we travel to the higher end of this spectrum, we begin to see varying forms of DID. When we look at survivors, we understand that their God-given capacity to dissociate has been used against them by evil people. It has been hacked and taken advantage of to program them into a state of mind control.
The healing process can look different for each survivor, but most survivors often share one thing in common: a lack of the resources and tools necessary to deal with what they confront on the journey to wholeness. Without the proper framework, they may be unsure where to start, or how to continue and persevere. This is where we at BRIDE Ministries hope to fill in the gaps.
Tune in as Dan Duval details survivor’s guilt, abusive family members, and suicidal ideation as some of the common issues that arise for survivors on their healing journeys.