The Story of Joshua Broome

Former Adult Entertainer Joshua Broome joins us to talk about his journey from the industry to becoming a pastor. This is a difficult topic to tackle but with many families feeling like they are losing this battle, Joshua is stepping out to share his story in hopes that it will help bring your family freedom. Side Note: This is a sensitive topic, but Joshua always ensures that he does all he can to protect the audiences purity by articulating his story without creating triggers.

0:40 – Let’s start with the question I think everyone is wondering, How does someone in the industry become a Pastor???

9:06 – We’re you nervous about becoming a pastor and how the church would respond to you?

12:00 – What is the one thing you want consumers to know about people in the industry?

13:32As a pastor, let’s say I come to you for help; I want to beat this addiction, walk me through the process.  

That person becomes a product and sex becomes a transaction, when you see sex as a transaction you start to treat people like they owe you something and if they can’t do anything for you then their value is inductive of that.

Your telling yourself as you consume this content that people are to be consumed like a product.

Joshua Broome

Your not supposed to use people, your supposed to use things and when you switch it around you start to mess around with your mind and your heart.

Joshua Broome

Connecting with Joshua

When I first put out on my Instagram story that we would be talking with Joshua I got a massive response, from questions that people wanted me to ask, to people sharing their pain and grief they had with porn but I have to be honest I felt like I was 12, my mind went to places it shouldn’t have gone, I was blushing walking into the studio to do the interview, my goodness I was talking with a porn star (former), as we started I was quickly reminded of the pain that comes with everything that is associated with this industry.

This is one of the most important topics of our generation and we need to learn how to find safe spaces and accountability to talk about it. I hope this interview helps you.


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If you would like Joshua to speak at your next event you can reach him on his Instagram page @iamjoshuabroome

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