Former Pussycat Doll Kaya Jones Gets Baptized: ‘I’m Finally Now Serving the Lord’

Singer and former member of the Pussycat Dolls- Kaya Jones has shared that she has gone from serving herself to finally serving God.

She recently got baptized at Pastor Paula White’s City of Destiny Church in Apopka, Florida, on May 23.

Kaya Jones baptism

She wrote on Facebook, “I’ve sung with Jagger, Britney, Fergie, Katy Perry & many others. Nothing & no one compares to singing with Jesus!” Jones wrote on social media.

“I’m finally now serving the Lord. It was a dream come true to be baptized by this woman who brought me to Christ through the TV,” she added.

“I first saw Paula White-Cain when I was 16 & signed to Capitol Records while her ministry was on BET. It sowed a seed,” she added of the church’s pastor. “A year later I joined the Pussycat Dolls & was not serving God but rather myself. I knew I wasn’t following God’s plan for me. Much damage & pain has come.”

However, Jones said that she finally dedicated her life to Christ.

“I’m finally now serving the Lord. It was a dream come true to be baptized by this woman who brought me to Christ through the TV. God writes the most incredible outcomes,” Jones said. “You are loved. Never too late to give your life to Him. Thank you for saving me! You take what the enemy meant for evil & you turn it for good!”

God you are amazing! Such a powerful moment captured here by @derekmarcphotography 📸 I first saw Paula White-Cain when I…

Posted by Kaya Jones on Tuesday, 25 May 2021

Her baptism has impacted the spiritual life of her closest friends and family members. Her mother has decided to return to church and her boyfriend has a desire to become “more immersed in the Word.”

According to her, it’s due to the “change within me they’ve seen,” adding, “I can only attribute that to the Holy Spirit. It’s not me. It’s Him.”

Tracing how she started in the faith, the singer told CP that she first came into contact with White when she was 16 years old when her ministry was shown on BET, and that it “struck a chord” in her. However, it was at this point that she began working in the entertainment business.

“I joined the Pussycat Dolls and was not serving God but rather myself. I knew I wasn’t following God’s plan for me,” she said adding that such conduct was not unusual in the music industry since it is a career that is “always just about glorifying yourself.”

“I joined the Pussycat Dolls, which went on to be very successful. But now I sing full-time for the Lord.”

She shared how the entertainment industry was against religion, describing it as “rooted in a lot of satanic teachings,” referring to how celebrities are elevated to idol status. Women celebrities were often exposed to intense pressure and discouraged from marrying or becoming pregnant.

Jones revealed she had an abortion during her early 2000s tenure with the Pussycat Dolls and spoke about how “abortions are championed in the industry.”

“As someone who’s had an abortion and I can contest to other women that I know who’ve had as well, we regret not having our child, our children, so … I do think that … it’s a really important issue to be speaking on now more so than ever because people are glorifying it and they’re really giving you horrible advice,” she said.

Jones said that the pandemic and 2020 election made her change the content of her posts on social media.

“My posts started to change. What I posted about, how I was speaking, it had started to really hit me at the core where I was reading the Word every single day. I was sending out emails and text messages to family, friends, even acquaintances of scriptures and positive messages every single day because I knew that people needed it,” Jones said.

My testimony & baptism 😭❤️🙏🏽✝️🙌🏽👑🛡⛪️♥️🔥💦 Purification by the Holy Spirit! Best day ever done by the woman who brought me to Christ at 16 years old! God is amazing! Thank you Paula White-Cain Life Network for Women Paula White Ministries

Posted by Kaya Jones on Sunday, 23 May 2021


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