This summer (when she was desperately trying to qualify for a Cadillac), Ali Zornes was waxing poetic on Instagram about how lucky she was to find Mary Kay. And all the way at the end, she says that the Mary Kay opportunity helps her “share the Gospel of Jesus.” Really? Pushing cosmetics and a non-existent business opportunity helps you share Jesus with people? Exactly how, may I ask?



  1. Interesting. But I can’t find the gospel verse where Jesus promises “free cars, prizes, trips, etc.”

    I had no trouble finding the gospel verses about “take up your cross and follow me” and giving up treasure on earth so you’d have treasure in heaven.

    Perhaps my King James translation is faulty? Curious, though, that my NIV matches King James. They don’t match the Mary Kay NSD version, whatever that is.

    • My problem is that Mary Kay is a huge fraud upon consultants. So you’re not doing anything Christ-like when you get women involved. You are directly harming them.

      • Agreed. The Bible soundly condemns false prophets claiming to do great works in Jesus’ name, in several places.

    • MLM Radar, the passage you’re looking for isn’t in the Gospels, but in the Epistles. Look for II Prosperities chapter 6, starting at verse 12:

      “I count it all joy, hun brethren, that I have sacrificed my finances to my upline, for I have received the fullness of the joy of cruising in my pink vehicle of copay. And I encourage you all in the Faith of The Kay of Mary, that your lives may he filled with the overflowing joy of deception and manipulation. Even so, amen.”

      That may not be in your version.

      • LOL. Obviously not an authorized translation.

        This must be one of those missing gnostic letters. How convenient of the NSDs to find it. I didn’t know pink cars existed back in year 33 CE.

    • I’m sorry but I just read these messages condemning this woman. Just to pass this message on Jesus never gave us the authority to judge others that’s Gods job. Neither one of you know what path the Lord is leading this women. As a matter of fact you may think God wouldn’t do this but I’m a minister and I hear his voice everyday and he gave me the name Mary Kay. So I’m asking you ppl to back off others it’s not your place. Have a blessed day stay blessed!

      • Oh no, honey, God did not speak to you and say Mary Kay. If you believe that, you need to seek help. Also, God DOES call us to condemn immoral behavior. And that’s exactly what this is. It is immoral to use the name of Jesus to sell your scam.

      • Oh but God DID give us the authority to judge, especially when we are told to recognize sin, avoid it, and tell others to avoid it.

        What God really told us to do (if you read the whole passage in context) is to be careful how we judge, because the standards we use when looking at others will also be used by God to look at us.

        You can claim you’re a minister all day long, but your words reveal your ignorance.

          • And I see your horrible grammar. And criminal history. Nice! I was a Director, so please stop lecturing us on the rampant abuse we all endured and can see is still happening. Just as it’s not wrong to judge a criminal/pedophile/rapist/murderer, it’s not wrong to call a spade a spade. I’m furious MK still has this mess happening, so I hope to stop it.

      • God spoke to me as well, and told me to expose Mary Kay and all MLM for the scam that it is. He told me to tell as many people possible and to condemn all who do it, as it hurts others. He told me to teach people not to lie to others for their own profit. God told me what a disappointment Mary Kay was to him.

        Prove me wrong.

          • Interesting that God DOES speak to people and tell them to get involved with MK, but he does NOT speak to others and tell them to expose frauds?

          • Dorothy, you are questioning God speaking to me with his words? Wow. Are you judging his choice in me? Calling his words Satan’s words, or fake. What blasphemy. I didn’t put words in his mouth. Those were his words speaking to me. Why do you think I’m here? He told me this was my mission – to save women from the Mary Kay scam.

  2. I find it really gross that MK Huns (and many MLMers) push this sticky-sweet “prosperity gospel”. Be in our MLM! It’s your god-given calling!

    I’m not a Christian but this seems awfully fake to me. Are they using the guise of Christianity to lure in other Christians, because “oh they’re a good Christian, they’d never lie to me”? It’s so bizarre.

    Also, she proclaims that “what a mediocre life I would be living” if she didn’t take up MK. Really? If you’re so convinced that anything else is “not doing anything with your life”, someone’s got some serious blinders on! (Obviously that’s true, but I thought it needed to be said.)

    Scamming women isn’t “doing something” with your life, Ali.

    • Quote:

      “…you hypocrites! You are like whitewashed tombs, which look beautiful on the outside but on the inside are full of the bones of the dead and everything unclean. In the same way, on the outside you appear to people as righteous but on the inside you are full of hypocrisy and wickedness.”

      – Jesus, as recorded in Matthew 23:27-28

      Religious hypocrisy is nothing new, and Jesus was no fan of it. The above reproach was directed at the elite religious leaders of the time, but if Jesus were to speak at Seminar, I’m pretty sure the message wouldn’t be much different.

      • Another definitive passage is Matthew 7:21-23

        “Not everyone who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ shall enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of My Father in heaven. Many will say to Me in that day, ‘Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in Your name, cast out demons in Your name, and done many wonders in Your name?’ And then I will declare to them, ‘I never knew you; depart from Me, you who practice lawlessness!’”

        She can “Give Jesus the glory” for that pink car all day long. But since making false promises and front loading inventory aren’t the will of God, her praise will only condemn her.

  3. …what a mediocre life I would be living.
    Huh, my mediocre life has landed me a career with life insurance benefits, PTO, matching 401(k), and healthcare. My mediocre life has also allowed me to purchase a vacation home at the beach where I spend my weekends enjoying myself. I don’t have to constantly be texting, calling, social media posting to keep my mediocre job and my mediocre vacation home. I just have to work 40 hours each week.

    This 18 y/o girl…
    Well, this 46 y/o woman would like to warn you that you really don’t know enough about life just yet, so please proceed with caution. You are very young, optimistic and malleable. That is not necessarily a bad thing, but without proper counsel it can potentially lead you into harm….such as becoming a MK IBC. I hope that whatever damage this does to your life, relationships, and finances can be repaired later on.

  4. 2 Timothy addresses spiritually-weak women who are easy prey for false teachers who capture their minds… “women led by various desires, unable to discern spiritual truth from error, hearing exactly what they want to hear, always learning and never able to come to the knowledge of the truth, easily flattered, not wanting the truth but turning to myths…”

    Fertile MLM hunting-grounds.

  5. Well, maybe she should have a talk with Jesus about the whips and turning over tables … John 2:13-16 “And making a whip of cords, he drove them all out of the temple, with the sheep and oxen. And he poured out the coins of the money-changers and overturned their tables. And he told those who sold the pigeons, “Take these things away; do not make my Father’s house a house of trade.””

  6. “make-up snob” – Ulta and Walmart? Uh no. If that is your idea of high-end, no wonder you fell for Mary Kay

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