OnlyFans Model Turns To Christ, Gives Up Fame for Jesus

Nala Ray
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OnlyFans has become a leading form of pornography for the next generation. As young women are discovering they can accumulate a fortune for showing off their bodies, a new type of cultural crisis has ensued.

However, not all hope is lost.

Former OnlyFans model, Nala Ray, is sharing how she decided to give up the worldly fame and fortune to follow Jesus.

On Nala’s TikTok page, she highlights the transformation that’s happened in her life. From being on the “Whatever” podcast discussing crude sexual content to getting baptized, it’s clear that something has dramatically changed in her life.

“No matter what you’ve done, said or believed…Jesus saves. Jesus loves. Jesus forgives,” the caption reads.

In a separate video, Ray discusses how she grew up as a pastor’s child, spending much of her time in church. She was also homeschooled. As someone with a bit of a rebellious streak, Ray says she felt as though her life was lived in a cage. At the time, she didn’t know the difference between religion and relationship with Jesus.

“About four years ago, I started my OnlyFans,” Ray says. “Truly, it was out of pure rebellion.”

Nala’s success on OnlyFans skyrocketed as she made it into the top .01% of content creators on the site. While to the world it may seem as though she reached the mountaintop of success, Ray says the things she was given in this world were not from God, but from the enemy who sought to kill, steal and destroy her soul.

“The devil can truly give you things in this life. He has a budget though. He can only go so far,” Ray says. “I truly have gifts and talents; I just did not use them in the right way.”

Ray says she saw the true of love of God during her friendship with her now-boyfriend. He would pray over her and send her Bible verses, which helped her to see what a real relationship with God could look like.

“I am now giving it all up for Christ,” Ray says. “I am now truly a believer. I would never take it back. God radically saved me from this darkness.”

Nala Ray says that all the things she had—the money, fame, trips and clothing—pale in comparison to the plans that God has for her, and that there is nothing greater than truly knowing Jesus.

“You need to understand that your life is very temporary here on earth, and we all have a mission, and that’s to preach the Word of God,” Ray says.

Nala Ray has since deleted her OnlyFans account, and is sharing the timely importance of committing one’s life to Christ before His return.

“It’s so important for you to know and understand what’s going on in the world right now is not a coincidence,” Ray says. “Jesus is coming back. He’s coming back with a sword. You know, this world is getting darker and darker, you see it on TV, you hear it in the music when you go to concerts, when you’re just out and about. There is evil and darkness surrounding us right now.”

She urges fans that now is the time to look toward Jesus and the price He paid on the cross for our sins. She points out that the end is quickly approaching, and with that so is the opportunity to get right with God.

“There are signs in the skies and signs within our generation. Things going on are not just a coincidence. God is saying He is coming back. It has been prophesied in the Bible,” Ray says.

Nala Ray’s testimony shows that truly neither height, nor depth—absolutely nothing can keep us separated from the love of God. All we need to do, is call on His name. {eoa}

Abby Trivett is a marketing copywriter and coordinator for Charisma Media.

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