Porn Mogul Made Millions Selling Sex Until He Found Jesus — and Everything Changed By Billy Hallowell

Keith Repult seemingly had it all: cars, money, a wife and kids. But deep down in his heart he knew that something was missing.

Just seven years ago, Repult, 52, was living what appeared to be a pretty privileged life as the owner of America’s second largest porn distribution company — and one of the biggest smut manufacturing companies in the world.

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Repult, author of the new book, “Just Breathe: All Stories Redeemable, All Brokenness Repairable, All Addictions Breakable,” told Faithwire on Monday about how his path came to radically divert from mass porn distributor to spirit-filled recovery pastor.

And the story, as you can imagine, is pretty remarkable.

Repult’s entrance into the adult industry is a long and complicated story, one that involves a difficult childhood and a life filled with addiction. It was in the 1980s that he ended up heading to California on a Greyhound bus with just $3 in his pocket. Once he arrived there, Repult worked odd construction jobs to pay the bills and eventually started selling drugs.

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