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Ministry Bio

Evangelist Rachel-Yvonne has risen from the ashes of rejection, shade and shame and received from The Lord, Beauty for Ashes! She is fourth generation minister, and has been in the ministry for over half of her life.

 Her message is DELIVERANCE! Luke 4:18 flawlessly describes her personal calling “The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the broken-hearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised”. Her admonishment to the countless souls that have been set free around the world through her ministry is, ‘You may have done what ‘They Said’ you did, but You are not who ‘They Said’ you are; God has the final say and He’s still speaking concerning you!!!! 

Rachel-Yvonne travels extensively across the United Kingdom, the United States, and India to meet the Global Demands of ministry, as an international Evangelist. She has been featured on several nationally syndicated Christian and Secular radio stations and television. Sundry opportunities for Rachel-Yvonne’s ministry have opened via OHTV, Revelation Television, Premier Christian Radio, The Word Network, podcasts, online conferences and more.

Rachel-Yvonne is Founder of Brave Powerful and Free Ministries. This venture was birthed in 2014 during and has become a thriving international social community of believers. Through this door came a conglomerate of believers that have been impacted, challenged and empowered to be Brave, Powerful and Free. What initially started as a women’s ministry has now evolved to serve the wider community that includes Christian creatives and entrepreneurs from all over the world.

She is also the founder of Brave, Powerful & Free Foundation; a charity organisation. Educating, inspiring, and empowering girls of all ages, globally, so that they can reach their fullest potnetial and change their world.

One thing about Rachel, is that she has a unique ability to turn her pain into purpose, and consistently reminds us that ‘You can rise from anything!’