The Lesbian Porn Star Who Claims to be an Evangelical Christian

Attending church, Bible in hand, is no substitute for a holy life.

By Michael Brown Published on May 3, 2017

I’m not going to mention her name, nor will I link to her story. The last thing I want to do is point a struggling reader to a website that might draw him or her into temptation. Suffice it to say that the woman in question is reputed to be a well-known porn star in her home country (which is not America).

She was being interviewed on an X-rated TV show when she explained that she had an “evangelical faith” and was a “good person at heart.”

The host of the show was surprised by her comments, saying to her, “But how do you relate that to your work because people believe a porno actress cannot be evangelical and cannot be religious?”

God Sees Our Hearts — Differently Than We Do

That’s certainly a fair question. How, pray tell, do you reconcile having sex with multiple partners on camera with being a person of evangelical faith? How do you reconcile choosing to be an object of lust to thousands of viewers with being a follower of Jesus?

Doesn’t the Bible condemn adultery and fornication? Doesn’t Jesus say that to lust after a woman is to commit adultery with her in his heart? Doesn’t He also pronounce judgment on people who lead others into sin?

The porn star responded: “People are very judgmental. They try to make you conform in a way they think an evangelical should be because society says so.”

Yes, God sees our hearts, and He sees this woman as a poor lost soul in need of a Savior.

What? It’s being judgmental to say you can’t commit sexual immorality for a living and serve God at the same time? It’s society, rather than Scripture, that says that porn movies are wrong? The Lord has no issue with videos that degrade women, with videos that celebrate perversion, with videos that incite lust?

Not according to this young star. “I think God sees inside our hearts,” she said. “He judges the good and the bad things you do, and I do good things for people.”

Yes, He sees our hearts, and He sees this woman as a poor lost soul in need of a Savior. She might be a very sweet person. She might do lots of good things for others. But she is a sinner in need of forgiveness, and what she does for a living is ugly is God’s sight.

“I’m a good person at heart and that’s what matters,” she said.

Her holy Creator differs with her assessment. And this is where all of us can learn a lesson. We can deceive ourselves as easily as we can deceive others. We may not be porn stars, but some of us are porn addicts. Yet, we say, “God sees my heart, and He knows I’m a good person.”

Right in One’s Own Eyes

Before I was a believer in Jesus, I was a heavy drug user to the point of shooting heroin at the age of 15. I stole drugs from a doctor’s office. I even stole money from my own father. I had a terrible temper and would tear people up with my words. And I indulged the flesh every way I could.

Yet when my best friends came to faith and talked to me about the Lord, I said to myself, “If there really is a God, He knows I’m a good person. He knows if I see a homeless man on the streets, I’ll give him some change. If I see an old woman entering a building, I’ll open the door for her.”

What deception. That’s why the Scriptures say that every way of a man is right in his own eyes, but the Lord weighs the hearts (Prov 16:2).

Getting back to this porn star, she explained that “my family don’t have a clue about what I do for a living. I haven’t told them, but to be honest, I really don’t care if they find out.”

The Scriptures say that every way of a man is right in his own eyes, but the Lord weighs the hearts (Prov 16:2).

In fact, her being a porn star isn’t the big issue to her churchgoing family. They’re upset because she divorced her husband and now lives with a woman.

She said, “My family was really shocked when they found out. It took them a while to accept because their evangelical beliefs and prejudice against gay relationships made it hard for them to come to terms with my decision.”

So, the plot thickens. Not only is a she a porn star. She’s in a sexual relationship with another woman. She said, “I’m prepared to live with anyone so long as they make me happy, and that could include finding love with a transsexual.”

Who cares about the will of God? This is what you call living for self. Yet for this deluded young woman, it’s all fine with the Lord.

As a teenager, she realized how much she enjoyed sex, especially when others were watching. “I love my work,” she said, “and I want people to appreciate and respect what I do. It’s a job where I make good money and I am successful. … I still have a normal life outside and when I get the chance, I go to church with a Bible in my hand.”

Are We Deceived?

As the old saying goes, deception is very deceiving.

But perhaps there’s one more lesson to learn.

Could it be that some of us who are quick to condemn this lost woman are the biggest hypocrites of all?

There are plenty of churches in America (and other nations) where you can be a porn star (or alcoholic or wife-beater or thief) and sit comfortably through sermon after sermon without the slightest feeling of conviction. You’ll hear a pep-talk gospel or a feel-good gospel or a self-help gospel — it’s all about me! — without hearing a call to turn from sin.

And carrying a Bible in your hand without taking the words of that sacred text to heart will do you no good at all.

Could it be, then, that it’s not just this porn star who is deceived? Could some of us be deceived as well? Could it be that some of us who are the quickest to condemn this lost young woman are the biggest hypocrites of all?

I pray for the repentance of this young, deluded soul. But I pray for our repentance as well. It’s time we undeceive ourselves. Attending church services, Bible in hand, is no substitute for a holy life.

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  • Christian Cowboy

    We have to seek God for ourselves – I do believe that the devil deceives people – including myself at times. We must return to the truth that God has set before us in His Word. One a week – Bible in hand – church attendance isn’t enough – never will be. We must read, study, and meditate on His Word – asking the Spirit to help us understand. Then use the understanding to live our lives as Holy as possible. This young women needs our prayers so that she sees she is be deceived. She is justifying her life choices herself rather than live the Word.

  • Gary

    “Christian porn star”. Very much like a “Christian atheist”. Nonsensical terms that have no relationship to reality and are used by people used to lying to themselves.

  • David MacKenzie

    There’s something more than a tad bit “gnostic” about emphasizing the “heart” all while destroying the body.

  • davidrev17

    “But I am afraid that as the serpent deceived Eve by his cunning, your thoughts will be led astray from a sincere and pure devotion to Christ. For if someone comes and proclaims another Jesus than the one we proclaimed, or if you receive a different spirit from the one you received, or if you accept a different gospel from the one you accepted, you put up with it readily enough… For such men [people] are false apostles, deceitful workmen, disguising themselves as apostles of Christ. And no wonder, for even Satan disguises himself as an angel of light. So it is no surprise if his servants, also, disguise themselves as servants of righteousness. Their end will correspond to their deeds.” (2 Corinthians 11:3-4, 13-15)

    “But God’s firm foundation stands, bearing this seal: “The Lord knows those who are his,” and, “Let everyone who names the name of the Lord DEPART FROM INIQUITY,” and/or STOP SINNING! (My emphasis – 2 Timothy 2:19)

    ☆ ☆ ☆

    Now what part of those particular “truth’s” from the Word of the Living God, do we NOT understand? After all, this ain’t rocket science!

  • DebraBrunsberg

    One cannot understand the Bible without the gift of the Holy Spirit and the Holy Spirit cannot work in you unless you are without mortal sin OR open to allowing Him to change you. This poor thing has no idea how offensive she is to the Lord nor does she comprehend that Jesus suffered and died to give her a chance at eternal life. She continues to crucify Him by her actions while at the same time while not realizing she has already lost her soul. The world is filling with those who follow Satan and don’t even realize it. Such prayer is needed.

    • davidrev17

      Agreed Debra…however, the real unknown tragedy to her, and every other “lost,” thus UNsaved person who comes into this life, from the womb, is that we’re ALL born physically alive – yet “spiritually dead,” or literally “separated from the life of God”; meaning from the moment-of-birth, ALL male & female members of Homo sapiens’ are already in that category you mentioned, i.e., “she has already lost her soul.” (e.g., Psalm 51:5; 58:3; Romans 5:1-12; Ephesians 2:1-10)

      She was “lost” at birth to begin with, just like all of us are; so NO amount of SINNING during her lifetime, is going to make her more “lost,” or loster! This is why the Lord Jesus said, while speaking to Nicodemus, “marvel not that I say unto you, YOU MUST BE BORN AGAIN.” (See John 3:1-21)

      This state-of-affairs – namely her not ever recognizing her “lostness” in the first place – is why so much preaching & teaching from pulpits throughout God Bless America, has become accountable before a three-times-Holy God; because it’s become so tragically anemic, watered-down, or just plain foreign to the text of Holy Scripture, so much so, that the genuine saving “gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ” – which alone “is the power [Greek “dunamis” = dynamite] of God unto salvation for all who believe, to the Jew first and also to the Gentile” (Romans 1:16) – is no longer readily available to SAVE one’s “lost soul,” in so many congregations!!

      How can one ever genuinely experience biblically-revealed salvation – i.e., “regeneration,” “justification,” “reconciliation,” “redemption,” “sanctification,” or “adoption,” – if they NEVER KNOW they’re “lost,” thus standing “condemned” before a Holy God to begin with?? (John 3:36 is another verse that should bring this truth “home,” to one’s heart…and there are so many others dear sister!)

      Remember: “God did not send His only begotten Son into the world, to MAKE BAD PEOPLE BETTER. He sent Jesus here to MAKE DEAD PEOPLE LIVE”!! (Author unknown to me; yet it’s powerfully compelling, insightful, and thoroughly biblical!)

      • DebraBrunsberg

        Yes, those who have never heard of Jesus Christ may or may not still lead a life relatively free from sin. It isn’t just a matter of being lost. When a person is baptized they become born again to Christ and the Holy Spirit remains in them, unless and until they steep themselves in grave sin. Now, they have chosen to live in direct opposition to the teachings of Christ. It makes me wonder how you can hold a bible in your hand and profess to believe in Christ and attend some type of religious service and miss even the simplest meanings. I walked away from the Lord when I was a teenager and I lived a life of sin too and it wasn’t until I was broken that the Lord was able to even get in and open up my heart. I was blessed beyond measure to have heard Him and to have chosen to change my path. My point is that if you profess the name of Jesus and then you totally immerse yourself into sin which can bring eternal damnation, you are truly living in Satan’s world and it is only by God’s grace that you may discover this before it is too late.
        The enemy has worked very hard to bring about people like this woman. I know so many people who follow one of the way too many offshoots of Christ’s Church who, because they have never known the sacraments the Lord has provided us with, live without that continued influx of grace and strength that only His body and blood can provide. When people are already following something that is not designed by God, but by men, it is so easy to fall into false teachings. Even those who are “Bible Only” Christians do not have the full Bible nor the authority to interpret. When any church claims it has the truth and then its adherents cannot understand the simplest things in the Bible, you get people like this woman. I refer people to one passage (although not the most important one, that would be John 6) because it is so very simple to understand the words and the meaning.

        Galatians 5: 16-26, ” Live by the Spirit, I say, and do not gratify the desires of the flesh. For what the flesh desires is opposed to the Spirit, and what the Spirit desires is opposed to the flesh; for these are opposed to each other, to prevent you from doing what you want. But if you are led by the Spirit, you are not subject to the law. Now the works of the flesh are obvious: fornication, impurity, licentiousness, idolatry, sorcery, enmities, strife, jealousy, anger, quarrels, dissensions, factions, envy, drunkenness, carousing, and things like these. I am warning you, as I warned you before: those who do such things will not inherit the kingdom of God.
        By contrast, the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. There is no law against such things. And those who belong to Christ Jesus have crucified the flesh with its passions and desires. If we live by the Spirit, let us also be guided by the Spirit. Let us not become conceited, competing against one another, envying one another.”

        • m-nj

          You seem to have a reasonable grasp of Biblical truth, but your thinly-veiled swipes at non-Catholics is unwarranted… the church that goes by the name of “Catholic” (in either its eastern or western variants) is NOT the vessel of God’s truth, and has been very much a hindrance to people hearing and understanding the Gospel from the time of Christ till now.

          The only source of truth is the Bible, carried by those whom God has made spiritually alive, namely, the Church, His Body, to the uttermost parts of the world.

          • llew jones

            Those of us who trust in Jesus as the once crucified (past tense) resurrected (past tense) exalted to God’s right hand where, from that supremely exalted position, he makes continual intercession for his church (present tense) and from which he will come to judge the world and usher in the “New Heaven and New Earth”, which is the eternal dwelling place of his church (future tense) thus also believe as in Hebrews 4 v12 But when this priest had offered for all time one sacrifice for sins, he sat down at the right hand of God.

            So when the apostle Peter was talking about, what we call the holy, catholic (universal) church, he also had in mind, as declared elsewhere in the NT, that Christ’s church will be “a great multitude that no one could count, from every nation, tribe, people and language”, The apostle Peter tells us something about this church and how atoning human priests including the OT priestly system is finished forever since we now have a Great High Priest no less than truly God and truly man who by his, infinite sacrifice, infinite power, infinite knowledge and omnipresence made and makes all other atoning human priests redundant.

            1 Peter1 v1 Peter an apostle of Jesus Christ,To God’s elect, exiles scattered throughout the provinces of Pontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia and Bithynia, 2 who have been chosen according to the foreknowledge of God the Father, through the sanctifying work of the Spirit, to be obedient to Jesus Christ and sprinkled with his blood.

            1 Peter 2:v4 As you come to him, the living Stone—rejected by humans but chosen by God and precious to him— 5 you also, like living stones, are being built into a spiritual house to be a Holy
            Priesthood, offering spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ. 6 For in Scripture it says: “See, I lay a stone in Zion, a chosen and precious cornerstone, and the one who trusts in him will never be put to shame.” 7 Now to you who believe, this stone is precious. But to those who do not believe, “The stone the builders rejected has become the cornerstone, 8 and, “A stone that causes people to stumble and a rock that makes them fall”. They stumble because they disobey the message—which is also what they were destined for. 9 But you are a chosen people, a Royal Priesthood, a holy nation, God’s special possession, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light.

            This is what true Evangelicalism is about. Evangel means good news. The good news is the Lord Jesus Christ himself. Salvation is found not in messages about him but as in John 6 Jesus said to those who loved the physical bread he had just fed them with. That stuff doesn’t touch your heart Jesus said, but goes into your stomach and is excreted (Mark 7) but rather (back to John 6) he is the living bread sent down from heaven and if we are not personally feeding on him spiritually by faith we are not in the one, holy, catholic church.

  • Dean Bruckner

    This deception right there is demonic, full strength. Pray for this woman.

  • Jeannie Oakes Herod

    Thank you. Christians, side-stepping this issue, need this wake-up call. “Good” people will go to Hell. Not because God sent them there, but because they chose to be “good”, instead of forgiven.

  • Patmos

    I’ve been watching some of brother David Wilkerson’s later sermons on YouTube, and I’m glad he was spared this, because he was at his wit’s end having watched this all unfold over the past few generations. A modern day Jeremiah. The spiritual chaos is so close to boiling over, that something has got to give.

    • Patmos

      Did not mean this to sound hopeless. It occurred to me some might interpret it that way, when just the opposite is true. To understand what I mean check out “Hell Shaking Prayer” by Wilkerson on YouTube, one of my favorites. He epitomized “perplexed but not in despair” (2 Cor 4:8). It’s just he did not kid himself or anyone else about what he saw, and rightfully called it out.

  • Liz Litts

    This girl is either really messed up or is making her own ‘god’ or both. Pray for her. She really needs a REAL encounter with the Lord Jesus .

  • I notice that this lady and many others like her will often side-step the essentials of Scripture to make vague, meaningless statements about “hearts/intentions/societal judgements/being nice…” Of course, we should all aim to be good to people and not condemn them without remembering that we too are liable to err in our judgement. But these moral truths come from Scripture, which is why she studiously side-steps the issue in this hilarious interview. Adultery, fornication and sexual perversion are expressly forbidden in Tanakh and the New Testament. Sex can and should be enjoyed… but within the healthy, mutually beneficial and uplifting bond of marriage. Not on a whim, and certainly not for the entertainment of lecherous men. Surely one of the “good” things she can do is to campaign against the monetization of female bodies for male entertainment, which is perverse and demeaning to God’s creation of women?

    • MathairAlainn

      You hit the nail on the head… exactly right!

  • Paul Burgett

    We are seeing the fulfillment of biblical prophecy. Watch the fig tree and look up! For our redemption draws near.

  • Mike Painter

    ….Would it be “less bad” if she were a straight porn star? Just asking.

  • Paul Hazelwood

    As opposed to the Christians who don’t actually reveal who they are inside to the world around them but pretend everyday they can be a Christian and she can’t.

    • Jim Walker

      Well, at least we are work in progress praying, seeking and calling on God everyday.
      She basically live a sinful life and say she is cleansed, and probably says God cleanse her of ALL future sins (very similar to OSAS doctrine).

      • Paul Hazelwood

        That is the mental gymnastics religion teaches. You have placed yourself as a mouthpiece for God being able to determine her status of salvation with God while presenting yourself as “a work in progress”, how convenient.

        • Jim Walker

          Her status of salvation ? No one who receives God’s salvation will mix sin and grace together and call herself an evangelist.
          All of us are WIP, we acknowledge our sins and weaknesses and we work at it with the help of the Holy Spirit. She tells everyone that she will continue as a Porn star and is unashamed to continue her life of sin, thinking she is saved ?
          How convenient.
          Might as well I go live my life as a junkie and proclaim to be an evangelist too.

          • Paul Hazelwood

            That is irrelevant to the issue. Just because YOU are not a porn star making religious claims doesn’t mean there is NOTHING in your life that you believe is right that may not be all the while claiming to be a Christian and serving the Lord. If your criteria is correct then absolutely no one will receive Gods salvation, including you. Fortunately you have no idea what you are talking about.

        • Getitright

          If you wish to know what God thinks of her behavior, just read the Bible. God has made himself known in its pages.

          • Paul Hazelwood

            You will promote an interpretation that you agree with, as everyone does.

    • GPS Daddy

      Paul, what does a closet faker have to do with a public faker? I will give you this, at least she is not hiding it. Maybe that’s your point. But here is the bigger point. God knows the heart. It does not matter if your a closet faker or a public faker… God knows. And he is both just and merciful.

      So which is better to receive from God? His Justice or His Mercy?

      • Paul Hazelwood

        Which is better is an irrelevant question. We all will receive both, if you think you will not then you are one of the fakers you speak of.

        • GPS Daddy

          I was hoping you would clarify your position. If a closet faker is calling out this lady’s hypocrisy then God knows their heart and they won’t escape judgement.

          But that’s says nothing about the need to call out this lady’s hipocracy. That’s needs to be done. She is claiming something that is clearly false.

          I think a better “criticism” is that when the need arises to call out someone’s hipocracy that one doing so needs to be sure they are in as much need as she is of the cross.

          To that point, then, I need to say the same thing. Is this lady wrong to claim she can be a porn star AND be right with Jesus st the same time? No.

          But her sin is no worse than my sin. I not a “better” person than she is. My need is as great as hers. But that does not excuse her ignoring the problem she has.

          • Paul Hazelwood

            Clarification to what end? I said what I said. The whole article is about the author playing mental gymnastics to decide someone doesn’t fit their religious profile so therefore she is false in what she claims. You are doing the same thing.

          • GPS Daddy

            Wow, Paul. It does not take a scholar to clearly see that a career as a porn star does not fit the ethic that Jesus lays down. Not even close. Not even a little bit close. So you can take your view of religion and denfine it how you want but be intellectually honest about Jesus and what does and does not fit with the ethic He demands.

          • Paul Hazelwood

            And so it goes.

        • Michael Gore

          We will not all receive both God’s Justice and his Mercy. We will receive one or the other. That’s the difference between Heaven and Hell.

          • Paul Hazelwood

            Of course we receive both. That is the difference between a god that forsakes his creation and one that don’t. Without Gods justice we can never be chastened and purified. But you can go ahead and believe Gods creation can actually reside in a place where his love is of no use if you like.

          • Michael Gore

            God’s justice against sin is hell. If you recieved God’s justice, then you are judged according to your own actions. The bible says that for those that are in Christ, there is no condemnation, that we are at peace (shalom) with God, and that Jesus has propitiated (turned away the wrath of the Father). So we do not get justice, we get mercy. And somebody who is not in Christ, does not receive mercy on Judgement day, they receive condemnation. I don’t know what your theology is but what you said above seems sub-biblical.

          • Paul Hazelwood

            Fortunately it doesn’t matter what you think of what I believe. Like I said, you can choose to believe that there is actually a place where Gods love is irrelevant, but I don’t. If traditional theology is correct then “eternal hell” is a place where Gods love is completely useless, which is actually impossible. It’s just something to think about. God will never forsake us in the end, that is what I choose to believe, you believe as you will, because that is what we all do in reality.

          • Coolant

            God is love, but God is Holy. He gives us time to repent, but there comes a time when we push Him away too many times and He gives us over to what we want which is life without Him. Yes, God is love, but you can’t neglect the Holy side of God. You are forgetting that. The bible is full of references to God’s love, but also to God’s Holiness. It’s why everything points to Jesus. In Jesus is God’s love, in Jesus God showed His wrath toward sin. The Cross was God’s love and God’s judgement on sin. All you have to do is trust Jesus. It is possible to be a Christian and live in sin. If you give in to sin enough, it will become your master, which is why we need His Spirit and grace, His church and to put on the armor of God, His Word, and in prayer.

          • Paul Hazelwood

            I’m not forgetting anything concerning the attributes of God , I just live out the scriptures differently than you do and therefore reach different conclusions in my walk. That is the wonderful nature of the scriptures. Humans merely exploit that and try to say THEY have the only correct one.

            Just because God gives us over to our desires doesn’t mean he has forsaken us for all eternity. Gods Love is “action” and it is impossible for Gods love to be irrelevant anywhere in any existence. That is the context I view the scriptures in. Whether you do or not is your business.

            Of course it is possible to be a christian and live in sin, that has been my point all along. If you couldn’t then there wouldn’t be any Christians any where, not ONE.

          • Michael Gore

            If you were going to all of scripture for your view of God you would have a proper balance in this issue. Don’t depend on your emotions or whether you like something to determine truth. There are many warnings in Scripture about this. You seem to be talking like the Bible is not clear on these issues and it’s up to us to interpret it in our own way.
            Universalism is Heretical and you need to repent of it and believe the Gospel.

          • Paul Hazelwood

            I do go to all of scripture and believe the gospel, I just view it from a different interpretation than you do. Your admonition that I need to repent is irrelevant to any of that I am no more subject to your view than you are of mine.

            The bible in its form of the ancient languages is not clear on anything and there is vast disagreement on translation and interpretation of those languages. The point that the “bible” is “clear” is made moot by those vast disagreements that still exist among translators and scholars.

            But, I am not here to say you “must” believe something else, your path is not mine.

          • Michael Gore

            That is just utter confusion. If you hold to the Bible being unclear, then you have no justification for even trusting your own view on what it says. And if people hold different viewpoints on Scripture, it is not because Scripture is unclear, it is because many Christians hold tradition or even their own feelings, higher than the Bible.
            As to what the Bible says, we have more reason then ever to trust the reliability of the Bible and Koine Greek, the language of the New Testament, is an incredibly clear and precise language, that allows us to understand more about the message of the Gospel than just receiving it in English would have done. Your view that things are all up in the air is just wrong.
            I would call you to repent and believe in the Gospel because from what you have been posting, you either do not understand or reject the True Gospel of Jesus and have replaced it with another, which Paul anathematizes. I would call you to repent and believe the Gospel for your sake, nothing more.

          • Paul Hazelwood

            There is no confusion. What I wrote about the ancient Hebrew and Greek is a fact. Facts such as that are inconvenient to people who think their beliefs are absolute and cannot be questioned. Where do you think your beliefs come from? Whether you are willing to admit it or not, your beliefs come from translation, interpretation and context applied to those ancient languages and there IS disagreement among translators and scholars even today. No amount of religious posturing changes those facts.

            You concern is noted, but I have repented of many things and I’ll repent of more in the future. Seeking the truth, questioning the status quo, believing in God and believing in Jesus Christ as the Saviour of the world aren’t on that list.

  • Chris in NC

    O.K. this woman says she is ‘basically’ a good person in her heart. well, I’m certain that there have been any number of people in this world who would say the same thing about themselves. I don’t care.
    When a certain man came up to Jesus and called him ‘good’ his reply was quite plain. —“Why callest thou me good? none is good, save one, that is, God.”
    Also, the good things she does for people do not weigh against the sin. These things are not balanced by God. Putting a few drops of clean water in a muddy glass doesn’t clear the water.

  • Elizabeth Gillespie

    My opinion is that God can and will forgive us for anything, but we have to ask his forgiveness and try to obey his commandments….somehow I have difficulty understanding how a porn star believes that God would approve of their
    lifestyle….we sometimes convince ourselves that what we’re doing is okay with God because we are addicted to the sin and have no desire to give it up.

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