Who we are
Equipping the Saints for the work of the ministry
AARM was originally founded by Bill Sudduth and birthed in the fire of revival of BRSM. Walking in his footsteps, it is now lead by Sylvie Sudduth.
Sylvie was born in France and grew up Catholic. But after being led to read the Bible, she received revelation that Jesus Christ was alive and became a Born-Again Christian. She immediately started serving the church: from evangelizing to ministering in various ways to the homeless, leading cell groups, teaching Adult Sunday School, and through missionary trips, all the while also teaching in Children’s Ministry, up until during her years in Times Square Church in New York City. Sylvie’s heart for God, His people and the lost is evident to all who meet her.
Having studied Economics, software and computer programing, she was offered a position in the United States, as an IT Project Manager for an investment bank and subsequently transitioned to Vice President in financial accounting and reporting.
But after sometime, upon her marriage to Bill Sudduth, she entered her calling into full-time ministry.
Having walked with God for over three decades and along with consistently studying and learning about God’s desire to see His people set free, Sylvie served alongside her husband, Bill Sudduth, in order to teach and minister on deliverance. They have also held hundreds of conferences and classes (nationally and internationally) that have helped people be set free and be equipped to engage in deliverance ministry as well, while also walking out the plans of God for their lives.
Sylvie is bilingual in French and English. She is also the head of Righteous Acts Ministries which is focused on ministering and educating on Deliverance Ministry (R.A.M. ‘s motto is: “help people heal their past so that they can embrace their future”). Through her ministries, her purpose is to ensure that the Body of Christ experiences the love of God and the promise for “…an abundant life…” (John 10:10).
Sylvie’s vision for AARM is to provide a safe place for the ministers under this covering, so that, in turn, they can themselves be perceived as safe shelters wherever God is placing them. She believes this can be achieved by the continued pursuit of holiness and integrity, with the assistance of inner healing and deliverance. She wants AARM to reflect the fire of passion and revival that draws anyone closer to Christ.
“For I determined not to know any thing among you, save Jesus Christ, and him crucified.” 1 Corinthians 2:2