In , Maxim Magazine named her one of the top female porn stars in the world. Little did they know, she was already on a rocky road to sanctification as a new creature in Christ. Brittni, who used the professional name Jenna Presley, started dancing to earn extra money as a freshman at Santa Barbara City College in I was looking for love in all the wrong places.
Former Adult Film Star Shares How She Turned To Christianity And Became A Pastor
Woman who quit porn industry to become Christian speaker reveals her unexpected tale
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By Timothyna Duncan For Dailymail. Crissy Outlaw, 41, was a successful porn star and entrepreneur who performed in over 50 adult movies during her six-year porn career but she left the industry in to become a Christian activist because she felt 'broken' by her porn career and failed romantic relationships. At a fundraising event in California, Crissy Outlaw stands at a pulpit wearing a glamorous billowing black mini with a pink flower carefully lodged in her dark hair. She opens with this same line to the other congregations she visits, narrating the chilling times she was abused time and time again from the age of four, the failed relationships that left her 'wanting to be dead' and how she gave up her career as one of the biggest names in the porn industry to become a prolific Christian preacher.
Brittni De La Mora may not be a name you recognize — but the nowyear-old spent nearly a decade in the porn industry as the more recognizable Jenna Presley. Now, she's set to lead the church with her husband, Richard, at a time when the two are expecting their first child. From our very first outreach in at the largest porn show in the nation to the millions of people struggling with addiction that have found a safe place of hope, healing, and recovery here," Gross said in a statement. I used to wonder, 'Could Jesus really love me? I sell myself for money.