Dr. Lindsay Marsh Warren is inspiring this generation to desire a sexual purity swag that redefines the meaning of abstinence. Originally from Shaker Heights, Ohio, Lindsay attended the George Washington University in Washington, DC, for undergraduate, medical school, and postgraduate training, specializing in anesthesiology.
Upon moving to Washington, DC, at the age of eighteen, she connected with her awesome pastors, Doctors Mike and DeeDee Freeman of Spirit of Faith Christian Center.
Dr. Lindsay was chosen as an Early Selection Honoree for the School of Medicine and was therefore exempt from taking the national qualifying exam, the MCAT. Yielding to the call of God on her life, she was ordained at the age of twenty-one and became a physician at the age of twenty-five. Married at thirty-four, she boldly shares her journey of maintaining her virginity until marriage in her first book, The Best Sex of My Life: A Guide to Purity. Her second book, The Best Sex of My Life: Confessions of a Sexual Purity Revolution, is a revealing sequel, which furthers the discussion on sexual purity after abortion, abuse, bi-curiosity, divorce, and more. She has been featured on CNN’s “Young People Who Rock,” BET’s Lift Every Voice, NPR’s Tell Me More with Michelle Martin, Gospel Today Magazine, and the Washington Post.
Her nonprofit, Worth the Wait Revolution Inc. is an organized movement of sexual purity that is the counterculture to the sexploitation of our day. Dr. Lindsay and Worth the Wait Revolution host their annual gala, runway events, and more to promote the theme of “sexual purity with contemporary style and urban class.” Her T-shirt line “I am worth the wait” is a bold brand that is revolutionizing the mind-set of this generation. On October 30, 2010, in an amazingly gorgeous wedding, she was married as a virgin to her handsome husband, Gareth P. Warren. Their first kiss took place on their wedding day. Together, they are declaring a transparent message of sexual purity and restoration to the nations for men and women alike.
Lindsay is greatly humbled and appreciative of God’s blessing and favor on her life and accepts the challenge of being a “supermodel” for the kingdom of God. She gives God all the glory, and she credits her success to him, her parents, and her pastors.