Meet the Christian ‘Call Her Daddy’: Bible-thumping bombshells Arielle Reitsma and Angela Halili take social media by storm with religious podcast — however some believers aren’t proud of their horny sermons and sinful life

Two God-fearing influencers are taking social media by storm with their attractiveness and love for the Lord.

Best buddies Arielle Reitsma, 33, and Angela Halili, 27, have amassed thousands and thousands of views on-line since they launched their Christian podcast Girls Gone Bible in May.

The glamorous pair, each Hollywood fashions and actresses, are quick changing into the church’s reply to Call Her Daddy with weekly sermons that cowl all the pieces from their love for Jesus and their favourite smoothies to sobriety and idolatry.

In a latest episode, the Bible-throb beauties mentioned the ability of prayer, their habit to salad chain Sweetgreen, and their expertise of being delivered to tears by re-watching Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ a number of occasions.

In one other episode, they emphasised the significance of modesty as they bared their abs in trendy midriff tops and donned crucifix earrings.

The Girls Gone Bible podcast is taking social media by storm with its trendy strategy to Christianity and wonderful hosts Angela Halili, 27, (left) and Arielle Reitsma, 33 (proper)

The glam couple, each fashions and actresses, grow to be the church’s reply to Call Her Daddy with their weekly episodes protecting all the pieces from Jesus to their favourite smoothies

They mentioned how they’re unfairly criticized and judged by their appears to be like, and the way ladies who publish thirst traps are generally friendlier than conservative Christians.

“I can wear the exact same outfit as a girl who is extremely thin and has no curves and just because of my body type I look promiscuous and she doesn’t,” Angela stated.

Arielle agreed, “I know some girls who take pictures in their tank tops and their bikinis, but they have more compassion in their hearts and more empathy and they would never write the things that some of these Christians write.”

The pair have been focused by different believers for his or her provocative strategy to preaching, with evangelicals typically leaving merciless feedback on their Instagram accounts.

Some trolls have even gone as far as to accuse the genetically blessed duo of being Jezebels for his or her horny social media snaps.

Arielle (left) and Angela’s (proper) racy social media posts have raised eyebrows amongst some evangelicals, who really feel they’re too provocative to signify the Christian religion

“Witchcraft counterfeit seductive immodest Christianity,” a troll ranted below a photograph of Arielle in a deep floral costume with a thigh-high slit.

“What happened to modest clothing? Leading people to sin and covet,’ another boiled.

“Angela, as a brother in Christ, I urge you to please consider the types of posts you post. Many of these messages don’t really honor our Lord in the way He desires,” one other involved follower wrote.

Other critics have accused the actresses of utilizing faith to construct their star energy and social media following.

‘Worldly satisfaction forever in the pit. You sold your soul in the worst possible way – for what, 100,000 likes? You will not be forgiven for mocking the Holy Ghost,” one follower cursed under a breathtaking video of Angela seductively tossing her ombre locks.

Another wrote, “The fact that she ignores all the comments and leaves the video shows she doesn’t actually just like the church and most probably struggles with narcissism.”

Some trolls have even gone as far as to accuse the genetically blessed duo of being Jezebels due to their horny social media snaps. (Pictured: Arielle in a revealing bathing go well with)

“What happened to modest clothing? Encouraging men to sin and lust,” one critic wrote on Instagram

Indeed, Angela and Arielle aren’t shy on the subject of displaying off their God-given magnificence on social media.

In between posts about Jesus and promotional clips for his or her podcast, the pair additionally flaunt their all-American appears to be like in low-cut clothes and midriffs.

On a latest episode of Girls Gone Bible, Angela stated she was “trying to change” her social media presence and that she had began eradicating sure posts from her community to maneuver to a extra humble picture.

“As a Christian you can look good,” Arielle insisted.

“But as I became more of a woman, I actually felt prettier because I was more covered,” she added, explaining that she’s began to draw extra “divine people” since she tried to grow to be extra chaste.

Other believers have accused Arielle (pictured) and Angela of utilizing faith to construct their star energy and social media following

Angela left little to the creativeness as she posed in a sheer prime, bra and tiny pair of denims

Years earlier than her Christian reinvention, Arielle labored as a mannequin and even graced the pages of racy males’s magazines like FHM and Maxim.

To at the present time, there are nonetheless raunchy pictures of the blonde urgent her curves in lingerie and skimpy bathing fits plastered everywhere in the web.

She additionally has an IMDB web page that will rattle off many of the holy roles, together with the function of “slutty girl” in 2012’s Rock of Ages and “gypsy woman” within the diabolical thriller American Satan.

Not to be outdone, Angela has fairly the pearly performing profession of her personal.

She appeared in American Horror Story and Hulu’s stripper drama Welcome to Chippendales, and maybe most sacrilegious of all, she performed a scantily clad nun in Marilyn Manson’s We Know Where You F**king Live music video.

Years earlier than her Christian reinvention, Arielle labored as a mannequin and even graced the pages of racy males’s magazines like FHM and Maxim. (She’s pictured at a 2019 Hollywood get together for fast-fashion model Naked Wardrobe)

Angela (left) performed a scantily clad schoolgirl on one season of American Horror Story

Angela additionally performed a half-naked nun with weapons in a Marilyn Manson music video in 2017

Despite their troubled previous and trendy strategy to Christianity, many Girls Gone Bible followers insist the podcast helped them draw nearer to Jesus.

“I am so proud of you both for sharing a piece of your journey to find your foundation with God! It’s so inspiring and beautiful to recognize that perfection isn’t what’s expected,” gushed one listener.

“I’m not a Christian, but I like hearing your stories and reading scriptures, which is weird because I’m far from God,” one other added.

“You girls are so uplifting and encouraging. I love seeing beautiful, relevant LA women using their talent for the Lord,” exclaimed one other.

‘Christianity has no “look”… don’t take heed to the opponents. Thank you for utilizing your platform for good and pushing via the awkward feedback.”

Angela (pictured) not too long ago stated God positioned her and Arielle in Hollywood so they may unfold His phrase the place it was wanted most

The stunners typically pair with trendy Christian jewellery, together with crucifix earrings

On a latest episode of Girls Gone Bible, Angela criticized that they weren’t match to observe Jesus due to their careers as actors in Hollywood.

“I strongly disagree, because God put me here for a reason. We have an assignment,” she stated.

“We are on a mission and there is not a single day that we are in this city (Los Angeles) or in this industry that we are not aware of our purpose here.”

She continued, “I think we’ve been given gifts from God himself to carry out the mission and the assignment…I know why I’m here and it’s to bring light into the darkness.”

“Why wouldn’t I be in a spot the place Jesus is so extremely unaccepted to alter that? And why not go the place the media is pushed? Why not go there and get into that highlight to deliver individuals to Jesus?’