The journey of reconciliation with your French roots begins with exploring the history of your ancestors. As a result of the revocation of the Edict of Nantes by Louis XIV in 1685, the French Huguenots (Protestants) faced a season of great persecution. From 1560 to 1760, more than two hundred thousand Huguenots took the path of exile out of loyalty to their faith in God. In 1572, the Saint Bartholomew’s Day massacre heightened the exodus out of France. Huguenots fled to Geneva, London, or Holland. From there, they dispersed to other nations – including the English colonies. Many settled in South Africa and the United States.
According to the prayer in Daniel 9, I identify myself with my nation that has committed so many injustices towards the Huguenots. Therefore, it is on my heart to bring authority and reconciliation together through blessings for your spirit in French. The class will begin by my sending you an audio link of blessings I have created.
Throughout the five class sessions, we will explore the impact of the blessings, as well as the specific process needed to reconcile with the nation of your ancestors, and how to remove the obstacles that prevent you from accessing all of your generational treasures. I will also share an audio teaching of 7 points that are foundational in the reconciliation process.
God chose your national heritage. It is time to receive ALL of the treasures He intended you to receive through the immensity of your French roots. It would be my delight and honor to walk this journey with you!
I am French, born and raised in France. I am passionate about reconciliation on all levels of our lives: reconciliation with God, reconciliation with our past, with ourselves, and with others. Therefore, I have a passion to partner with God in my role as a representative of my nation, on behalf of those who desire to reconcile with their roots, and access the treasures God has placed there.
"If you have never met Daniele, it will undoubtedly be difficult for you to imagine the kindness, serenity and peace that emanate from her. Her personal journey is edifying: rejected and abandoned from birth, grown up without love in a family that rejected her, she drew in herself and in her faith the strength to devote herself to others and to stand up again. She has a powerful message of hope for all those who doubt themselves and feel battered by life. This story is a call to each of us to know each other better, to forgive and love each other in order to become able to better welcome others. Thank you, Daniele." -Anne de LabouretContact Info