Jesus Has Something to Say to Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian arrives to promote her new fragrance 'Fleur Fatale' at a Spice Market event on November 18, 2014 in Melbourne, Australia. (Scott Barbour/Getty Images AsiaPac)
Kim Kardashian arrives to promote her new fragrance ‘Fleur Fatale’ at a Spice Market event on November 18, 2014 in Melbourne, Australia. (Scott Barbour/Getty Images AsiaPac)

Kim Kardashian has made $45 million simply by allowing cameras to follow her around on the set of her reality TV show, Keeping Up With the Kardashians. But that wasn’t enough money or fame for the 33-year-old socialite.

Last week, she tried to “break the Internet” by posing nude on the front of Paper magazine and then sending the images to her 25 million Twitter followers.

The Internet didn’t break, but I’m pretty sure it groaned—along with the millions of people around the world who didn’t want to see Kardashian’s derriere or hear the resulting discussion about why this woman is so desperate for attention.

This is not the first time a famous actress or model has taken her clothes off to pose for a magazine cover. But even secular critics viewed Kardashian’s stunt as shameless and self-serving. It wasn’t about art or political protest. It was just an expensive selfie designed to keep Kardashian’s brand alive and her income flowing in.

What’s really strange about this incident is that Kim Kardashian claims a form of Christian faith. Many months ago Kim and her now-husband, rap singer Kanye West, began visiting Trinity Church, an Assemblies of God congregation in Miami pastored by Rich Wilkerson Sr. The celebrity couple asked Wilkerson’s son, Rich Jr., who serves as associate pastor, to perform their lavish wedding ceremony in Italy.

The younger Wilkerson, who is 30, got a place in the media spotlight because of the wedding, and as a result, he and his wife, DawnCheré, have agreed to do a reality show on the Oxygen network. The program, to be called The Wilkersons, will take a lighthearted look at the young couple and their ministry to young adults.

Kardashian has told reporters she believes her typical fan is a 15- or 16-year-old girl who loves fashion. She even runs a store in Los Angeles that sells merchandise aimed at teenage girls. Yet Kardashian doesn’t see anything inconsistent with the idea of mentoring young teens while she’s posing nude on social media.

I’m tempted to lash out in self-righteous indignation at Kim’s behavior, but I’ve experienced God’s mercy for my own sins—and I know Jesus has a lot more patience than I do when people mess up. I’m glad Kardashian and her husband have reached out to Trinity Church, and I pray they will be exposed to the message of Christ there. I also pray that Rich Wilkerson and his wife will have the right words to say to Kim and Kanye.

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SOURCE: Charisma News
J. Lee Grady is the former editor of Charisma. You can follow him on Twitter @leegrady. You can learn more about his ministry, The Mordecai Project, at themordecaiproject.org.

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