Nola is a remarkable story. Nola turned to sex work after becoming a single mother while she was still a teenager. Selling her body was her desperate way of getting enough money to support her children with special needs.
Nola progressed from sex worker to being the madam. Then Nola met a group of Christian women who began visiting the brothel. It was through conversations with these women she discovered the joy of loving and be loved by God. She was introduced to the Bible, a pink one in fact, and regularly read it.
Impacted by these women, Nola started holding exit programmes to help women who wanted to leave the sex industry.
Amazingly, she now hosts the breakfast show each day and loves it. She is hosting a special called “Fighting for our Daughters.” An inspiring story of transformation.
Nola calls to stop the sex slave trade and to protect women. To do so we must call on our Governments to enact laws like Sweden where the pressure goes to the powerful – it becomes illegal for men to buy sex. Put the focus on those who use women and children in this way.
Rev Dr Ross Clifford AM is the Principal of Morling College (NSW Baptist) and author of numerous books many of which focus on Christian Apologetics. He is a Vice President of the Baptist World Alliance, President of the Asian Baptist Association, an acclaimed international preacher and speaker, a columnist in many Christian publications, winner of many national and international awards and for many years the Sunday evening Sydney Radio 2CH host. Ross is married to Bev, father and grand father.