Last night, my daughter and I went to one of our church’s women’s ministry events: a Girls’ Night Out with Kylie Bisutti and Anita Renfroe. You may remember a story about a Victoria Secret’s model who quit because she became convicted that she was not honoring God or her husband by provocatively modeling; that was a beautiful young lady named Kylie Bisutti. You can go to her website here to read about her background and mission. She gave an eye-opening talk about the modeling industry, her experience with it, and the way God is now using her to glorify Him.
After she spoke, Christian comedienne, Anita Renfroe, performed. I’m really quite surprised our jaws aren’t sore, today, because we laughed so hard at things like this:
She also had a field day with the statue of “Lady Boll” as she called her, located in the center of our little city. Throughout the show, she poked fun at Kylie, who
I hope I’m sure must have a great sense of humor. Later in the show, she “rocked the ukulele” with this song about a staple of Southern life:
She told us the background of her “William Tell Momisms” before performing the mouthful:
After a while, she did her rap on motherhood:
These were just some of the songs she performed between her stories and jokes about menopause, children, marriage, church and the myriad of topics she touched on, some of which were pure improvisation, that had us all rolling. She also had a touch of seriousness towards the end, while speaking of one of her motherhood experiences with her older son.
I think I can say that we all left, not only having our spirits lifted through laughter, but also our hearts touched by God, who uses both of these women to glorify Him and bless others. If you ever have a chance to go see either one of these women, do so!