Mary DeMuth // If you met Mary DeMuth today, her joy would confuse you. Who she has become in light of tragedy is a testimony of Jesus’s ability to transform a broken life. A child of three divorces, a victim of sexual assault at a young age, with a father who died when she was ten, Mary wanted to end her life in her teens. In the tenth grade, she heard about Jesus, and she knew she wanted to chase after Him for the rest of her life. Thankfully, He chased her.Mary is the author of thirty-one books, including her latest: Worth Living: How God’s Wild Love Makes You Worthy. She has spoken around the world about God’s ability to re-story a life, bringing needed freedom to her audiences. She’s been on the 700 Club, spoken in Munich, Cape Town, and Monte Carlo, and planted a church with her family in southern France. Her best work? Being a mom to three amazing young adults and the wife of nearly 25 years to Patrick. She makes her home in Dallas alongside her husband, and two dueling cats. Find out more at marydemuth.com.
Host & Emcee
Crystal Renaud // Crystal is the Founder and Executive Director of WHOLE Women Ministries, Dirty Girls Ministries, and Whole Women Weekend as well as an author, speaker, and professional life coach from the Kansas City area. In her first book, Dirty Girls Come Clean (Moody Publishers), Crystal shares her story of freedom from eight years of pornography use with steps and recovery questions for personal or group study. In her second book, 90 Day to Wholeness (Self-Published), Crystal expounds upon the steps outlined in Dirty Girls Come Clean to journey women through 90 days of daily recovery devotionals. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, ABC News, CNN, Christianity Today, 700 Club, and more. She holds a Bachelors of Science in Psychology from Liberty University and four certifications including Professional Life Coaching from the American Association of Christian Counselors. She is currently working on her master’s degree in Life Coaching at Liberty University.
Jenny Miller // Jenny has been with the Whole Women Ministries family since April 2010. She currently serves are program director. Jenny has personal experience with sexual addiction due to her struggle with pornography addiction for 11 years. She hopes to use her own story to help other women break free from the silence. Jenny holds a Bachelors of Science in Psychology from Liberty University, is a member in good standing at the American Association of Christian Counselors and also holds a diploma in Biblical Counseling from Light University. She is currently working on her master’s degree in Crisis Counseling at Liberty University. In her spare time she enjoys horseback riding, reading, and playing piano in her church band. Jenny lives in Baltimore, MD and is married with two rambunctious boys and one beautiful little girl. She is also a breast cancer survivor.
Dawn Hawkins // Dawn Hawkins is a passionate defender of human rights who has dedicated her life to fighting against societal harms that threaten the dignity of others. Her energy, creativity and mobilization skills have revived the anti-pornography movement. As Executive Director of National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCSE), Mrs. Hawkins has developed a national strategy uniting conservative, women’s rights, child advocacy and religious groups, including a bipartisan political leadership, to work together raising awareness of the pandemic of harm from pornography. Her initiatives have led to sweeping policy changes of policies that foster exploitation for targets such as Google, Verizon and the Department of Defense. Through her leadership, NCSE has grown a network reaching hundreds of thousands of people all over the world. Mrs. Hawkins has appeared on many local and national television programs, including Fox & Friends, CNN and Good Morning America. She regularly authors articles and speaks around the country addressing the harms of pornography and all forms of sexual exploitation and what can be done to curb the growing public health crisis resulting from pornography.