Ex-Porn Star Has A Powerful Message Conservative Parents Will LOVE

We’re constantly told that teens are ‘going to experiment’ — we all need to listen to what THIS Ex-Porn star has to say.

Brittni De La Mora was a porn star on the rise. She made a lot of money. Maxim Magazine had her ranked as one of the top 12 porn performers, and she placed 2nd on a porn ranking on Playboy TV.

She had been in the industry for 7 years, and at the age of 25 when she left the ‘adult film’ industry, she was at ‘the end of herself’. Brittni had filmed approximately 375 porn scenes by this time, and it was Christ that changed her life. Through Chris Gross’s XXXChurch, she came to know Christ and began studying the Bible.

She realized the way she was living her life was destructive and made massive changes.

With encouragement from the Scriptures and a strong church family, Brittni decided to radically transform her life — she committed to living a life of celibacy until marriage.

She met her husband, a pastor, and they both stayed pure until their wedding night.

Brittni De La Mora, previously known as a porn star, is encouraging women to wait until marriage to have sex with their future spouses.

De La Mora says after becoming a Christian she decided to refrain from sexual activity until marriage and encouraged women to remember that sexual purity always starts with the heart, according to her recent blog post.

Watch her inspiring words:

“I thought, ‘If an ex-porn star could wait to have sex until marriage, then anyone can do it,'” she said. “In Church, I heard so many great stories from women who had bad relationships, they were sexually intimate prior to marriage and fought all the time, but God restored them.”

“Although I love a good restoration story I did not want that story. I wanted to be able to say, ‘Sexual purity is not easy, but it is possible, and if I can do it, so can you,” she added.
Souce: CBN

Brittni admits that it wasn’t easy.

Here is a bit of what Brittni wrote on her blog:

I was celibate for 3 years and my husband for 7 years. Honoring God has been important to us since the day we met Him. I am so grateful that my husband and I chose to honor God over our desires and temptations. We did it the right way because we did it God’s way. Because of this I can truly say that I have been blessed with a great marriage. God continues to favor us and bless us with mind blowing opportunities. I say this to encourage you because God is faithful to those whom are faithful to Him (Proverbs 18:25). To my friends whom are dating or want to date, purity is not easy, but honoring God is always worth it. If you’ve been intimate with your partner, I would encourage you to give purity a chance. God will honor and bless you immensely for honoring Him. But remember, purity is not just a physical thing, it is a heart thing. Purity always starts with the heart. To keep a pure heart, I seek God everyday through worship, prayer and reading the Bible. I continue to overlook offenses and quickly forgive those who hurt me.
Source: Brittni De La Mora’s Blog

What a wonderful encouragement and example to our sex-obsessed culture!

This couple did the right thing and waited.

And they did so to honor God.

It is possible.

If they can do it, so can anyone else.

And the rewards are great.

Watch her ‘Dream Wedding’:

ClashDaily.com’s, Editor-In-Chief, Doug Giles how-to book:

Raising Righteous & Rowdy Girls

In ‘Raising Righteous and Rowdy Girls’, Doug Giles reinforces the notion that little women don’t need to be pampered by their fathers to turn out right. And having met his beautiful daughters, I know his philosophy works. As a strong-willed woman who thinks her daddy is the greatest guy in the world, I can tell you this is a must-read for every man who hopes to earn the same title. —-S.E. Cupp Best Selling Author & Fox News Analyst

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