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I'm guessing you've never heard of her. Do me a favor -- don't google her name. I'm going to tell you what you really need to know about this woman and her amazing story of redemption.
How did I hear about Crissy?
He, his wife Kimme and the worship crew at Elevation Church understand what it means to reach out to "the least of these" and to share stories that need to be shared. World changers I tell you, one soul at a time.
I have to give a shout out about this guy, because not only did he hear Crissy's story, he wrote about it. And Paul Morrell and Elevation Church went on to make a short film about it.
(How ironic is that... the same technology that once perpetuated skewed images of sexuality with Crissy is now being used triumphantly to accurately portray the beauty of her as a redeemed child of God).
I have no financial incentive to promote this. I simply believe enough in David's heart and his desire that the church not ignore what it will take to shine light into the darkest of places.
I imagine by this point I at least have your interest piqued, right? Well, go and download the film and watch it.
I watched it and was tenderly reminded that God looks not for hearts and lives that are all bright and shiny and clean -- He longs instead for each of us to recognize our brokenness and sin and run full force with all of it into His embrace.
If you believe in even a small way that this message of redemption and hope is needed, please tweet and facebook this post.
Spread the word. Do what you can to partner with people who are trying to shine light into dark places. Those places are desperate for hope, and the extent to which those of us who already know God's love are willing to go makes a difference.
It loosens the grasp the enemy has on God's precious gift of authentic sexual intimacy and sexuality.
Copyright 2011, Julie Sibert, Intimacy in Marriage Blog.