Madi Prewett Troutt Is an Influencer for Jesus
19.09.2023 - 16:29
By In the Christian Bible, Jesus tells his followers to “go and make disciples of all nations…teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you.” Over the centuries, people have tried different ways to fulfill this commandment, from wars to trips to far-flung locales.
But for Madi Prewett Troutt, it’s simple.
All she needs is a WiFi connection.At first glance, Troutt, 27, looks very much like your typical social media character.
She to prominence in 2020 via one of the biggest influencer breeding grounds, ABC’s The Bachelor, where she, briefly, captured the heart of the show’s lead.
Since then, her star has risen.
Troutt is objectively attractive: thin and fashionable, with long brown hair and blue eyes framed by Instagram-ready lashes.
Her nails are done, her skin is dewy.
To her 4.5 million followers on Instagram and TikTok combined, she’s positively influential.But Troutt isn’t interested in selling her followers—who she says are mainly women between the ages of 20 to 35—on hair masks or skin care or clothing.
She wants to sell them on Christianity as she believes it.
The “saving yourself for marriage,” and “the wages of sin is death" type.You’d think this could be an uphill battle.
The generation Troutt belongs to, Gen Z, is in US history, with more than one-third stating in a 2022 survey they had no affiliation with a faith (for context, only 18% of Baby Boomers said the same).
On social media there seems to be an ongoing conversation about the harms the Christian church, especially Evangelical-affiliated ones, have perpetuated, from the shame of purity culture and its effect on young women to anti-LGBTQ rhetoric.
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