What sets our ministry apart from so many others is that we work specifically with women struggling with pornography and we do so predominately online. We use the Internet as a way to make recovery approachable, accessible, and affordable to all women who would seek help. As another year of ministry comes to a close here at DGM, we want to take just a moment to highlight some of the specific ways our ministry is reaching women online with daily recovery.

In the last year (2016): 

  • 1,237 women completed our personal addiction inventory
  • 114 women registered for full DGM membership
  • 51 women received scholarships (thanks to your generosity!)
  • 365 women enrolled in our 90 Days to Wholeness devotional
  • 289 live chat requests were received on our website
  • 173 web form submissions were received on our website
  • 102 prayer request submissions were received on our website
  • 109 women used our accountability discussion guide
  • 3,375 total replays of our weekly prayer calls on SoundCloud
  • We had our greatest year of website traffic to date with 189,989 unique visits so far in 2016! We’re now less than 28,000 visits away from 1,000,000 UNIQUE VISITS since we launched DGM in 2009! And nearly 20% of that traffic was in 2016 alone! 

All of these numbers represent the lives of real women actively pursuing recovery from pornography & sexual addiction in one way or another. All of these numbers represent real women who have walked the lonely road of addiction where they felt like they were the only one. Our ministry showed them that they weren’t! And most importantly – all of these numbers represent women who are deeply loved by God. 

Your prayers & support matter more now than ever before. Please think of us with a year-end gift to help us kick off 2017 strong.

Any gift of any size is tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. All financial gifts must be post-marked or received by December 31, 2016 for the 2016 tax year. 

Blessings at Christmas and in the New Year!

With thanks, 

Crystal Renaud
Founder & Executive Director
Dirty Girls Ministries